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Long Kong

19 December 2019 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

The city’s stocks have lagged the S&P 500 since violent protests started in June. Yet the slide has been less severe than during the Asian financial crisis or the SARS outbreak. Local unrest, trade tensions and a U.S. market reversal should prompt some overdue reconsideration.

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