- One in every 10 shops in Causeway Bay now stands empty
- China moves ahead on rating systems on 33 million companies
Good day, traders --
We can expect Hong Kong 's stock market to continue to feel fallout from the protests today.
Here are just a few things to consider: One in every 10 shops in Causeway Bay now stands empty, as three months of protest rallies have deterred visitors from the world's most expensive shopping district, our SCMP reporters note.
On the other hand, as questions are growing about Hong Kong's future, new data shows that its role as the primary gateway for long-term international investors to transfer money into China has remained largely intact.
We'll keep you up on the most important moves and news in Hong Kong and mainland markets.
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-- Zhang Shidong, Deb Price and Anthony Richardson
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