Coronavirus vs. Chinese, Hong Kong Stocks: Who Leads, Who Follows?
by Chris Carolan
Updated: January 24, 2020
"When the news is good, stocks rise. When the news is bad, stocks fall."
That's how the mainstream sees the relationship between the stock market and the news.
The reality is far more complicated -- and often the opposite, in fact.
For example, would you believe that stocks in China and Hing Kong began to show the signs of upcoming sell-off before the news of coronavirus broke?
It's true. Watch this short video by our Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor, Chris Carolan for some very surprising answers
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