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Hong Kong GDP (Q3 Preliminary)

Hong Kong’s economy largely treaded water in Q3, underperforming most expectations. A jump in investment and a pick-up in government spending barely offset further struggles in the trade logistics sector and a decline in services exports and private consumption. Given the weaker than anticipated print, we now think that the city’s economy will not return to its pre-protest size this year.

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