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The Hong Kong Government plans to continue to review the fugitive offenders regulations this morning, causing dissatisfaction among the public and occupying the road this morning. Hong Kong stocks opened lower this morning. The HSI closed at 27348 points at noon, down 440 points. The H-Share Index closed at 10498 points, down 121 points. The turnover was 41.2 billion yuan.

Haoyu fell 6.5%, Fu Zhikang fell 6.3%

Huawei’s new laptop Matebook was reportedly postponed indefinitely, and mobile phone, computer and communication equipment stocks fell sharply this morning. Haoyu (2382) closed at 68.85 yuan, down 6.5%; Fu Zhikang (2038) closed at 0.9 yuan, down 6.3%; Qiu Ti (1478) closed at 5.72 yuan, down 5.3%; Tongda Group (0698) closed at 0.6 yuan, down 4.8 %; Ruisheng (2018) closed at 41.55 yuan, down 4.7%; China Communications Service (0552) closed at 6.02 yuan, down 3.1%; Xiaomi (1810) closed at 9.46 yuan, down nearly 3%.

Jinshan Software fell 3.5%, and the media again nearly 23%

Software and game stocks also fell, Boya Interactive (0434) closed at 1.43 yuan, down 4%; Kingsoft (3888) closed at 19.5 yuan, down 3.5%; Kingdee (0268) closed at 8.7 yuan, down 3.4%; China Software International (0354) ) closed at 3.78 yuan, down 3.3%.

Apple News plans to charge in September, and the media (0282) soared for two consecutive days, closing at 0.3 yuan, up nearly 23%.

China’s rare earth (0769) closed at 0.65 yuan, up 8.3%.

Tencent retreated 2.2% Geely fell nearly 4%

For other shares, Tencent (0700) closed at 337 yuan, down 2.2%; AIA (1299) closed at 75.35 yuan, down 2.3%; Link (0823) closed at 96.95 yuan, down 2.3%; Sands (1928) closed at 36 yuan, down Nearly 3%; New World Development (0017) closed at 11.74 yuan, down 3.9%; Wicang Real Estate (1997) closed at 52.95 yuan, down 3.9%; Geely (0175) closed at 12.56 yuan, down nearly 4%.

China’s A-shares fell this morning. The Shanghai Stock Exchange closed at 2,909 points, down 16 points. The Shenzhen Stock Exchange closed at 8,972 points, down 65 points.

Japanese stocks closed at 21,223 points on a half-day basis, up 19 points.

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