Hong Kong stock exchange trading to resume after typhoon warning lowered

Trading of shares in Hong Kong will start at 13:00 local time after the government downgraded a typhoon alert, which now currently is at “signal No. 3.”

The morning trading session was canceled due to a typhoon alert “signal No. 8,” which indicates likely extreme conditions.

The Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd.
said earlier that if the signal or any announcement of extreme conditions is canceled before noon, HKEx’s securities and derivatives markets will resume trading in the afternoon.

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