• February 3, 2023

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The Hong Kong Stock Exchange is closed today, July 1, to mark the former British colony’s return to mainland rule.

It’s formally described as “Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day” on the exchange website.

For investors looking to buy or sell China shares, U.S.-listed companies such as NIO, XPeng, JD.com, Baidu and Alibaba will still be trading hands tomorrow.

Mainland China exchanges are open as usual today. The Hong Kong Exchange will reopen on Monday.


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