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HANG SENG INDEX (^HSI)

HKSE - HKSE Delayed price. Currency in HKD
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28,621.92-513.81 (-1.76%)
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  • J
    JWF
    Chinese government is deflating the market before it turns into a bubble like the US
  • D
    Dadinvestor
    There are active exchanges like Nasdaq, Nikkei and then there are passive ones like HSI, FTSE, good thing about passive ones is that they follow good news and overreact to bad news, there isn’t much to track here
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    Aniz
    There is a risk of the depegging of the HKD to USD, due to 100B cash outflow from HK each month cause by the National security law and emigration. HKD assets are not safe anymore.
  • G
    Goldmember
    China shock drop looks just like US market open earlier Tuesday. Exact same pattern one day later.
  • A
    Aniz
    The rebounce isn’t even strong
  • A
    Aniz
    Rise a bit fall a lot. Are there any fund left by the Chinese Gov to pump up the market ? Or recession in HK has already came ?
  • A
    Aniz
    Sell if you still can. When China still have the power to support the market.
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    glassey
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  • I
    IWANTO HERMAN . USA
    WHY CHINA HANGSENG STOCK EXCHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE BY THE US FEDERAL GOVERNMENT (US MINISTRY OF TRADE) AND MYSELF. FOR THE HANGSENG STOCK EXCHANGE (OLDER) STILL THERE IS HANGSENG SHARE DEBT (used by the Chinese government for 15 years) WHICH MUST PAY TO ME (this is an international business commitment)
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    tom
    $^ixic nasdaq is moving like hang Seng index now lol. Volatile and falls easily
  • A
    Aniz
    A melt down is imminent. Recession in HK just begun.
  • t
    tom
    Typical sharp fall of Han Seng !!!
  • J
    Julius Caesar - Renaissance
    [17 days ago]
    There is a certain mean where the Hang Seng Index always seems to revert into.
    The mean levels are: [22.179] (strong buy) - [23.339] (good buy) - [25.021] (ok buy) - [27.137] (if you're bullish). In 2007 it went about 100% above the norm levels, so it could increase a lot still. I also hold positions in certain companies and will hold them through the termoil.
  • A
    Aniz
    Peoples are cashing out their stocks due to political instability in Hong Kong.
  • J
    Julius Caesar - Renaissance
    Hang Seng index from the current level of 28708 could drop another 22,7% towards 22179 in the worst case scenario. Tech sell off has to do with rising yield. A rising yield requires a lower PE.
  • J
    Julius Caesar - Renaissance
    There is a certain mean where the Hang Seng Index always seems to revert into.
    The mean levels are: [22.179] (strong buy) - [23.339] (good buy) - [25.021] (ok buy) - [27.137] (if you're bullish). In 2007 it went about 100% above the norm levels, so it could increase a lot still. I also hold positions in certain companies and will hold them through the termoil.
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    tom
    All that meaningless rally
  • A
    Aniz
    All gains shedded today
  • C
    Cubicle_98
    So when is Xi going to make China great again?
  • h
    herdfightsback
    hina & HK real estate is highly over leveraged. The wealthy on both sides are terrified, terrified! HK is a falling knife which will affect China. This HSI drop is only the beginning, panic selling is about to set in. But don’t make the mistake of a comeback. HK real estate won’t ever come back. China taking advantage of the USA has ended.