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Heated Hong Kong protests dent stocks, spike cash demand

Reuters Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Hong Kong's financial markets came under pressure on Wednesday, with stocks falling and demand for cash surging, as protesters clashed with police during a mass demonstration against legislation that would allow citizens to be extradited to China.
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News video: Hong Kong leader to push through with extradition plan despite protests

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Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced on Monday that she has no plans to withdraw a controversial plan to allow extradition to mainland China, despite mass protests against it.

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