The Hang Seng falls by 0.39%, weighed down by the big Chinese tech companies

Panel with the evolution of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, in a file photograph. EFE / EPA / JEROME FAVRE

Beijing, Nov 22 (EFE) .- The benchmark index of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the Hang Seng, closed today with losses of 0.39% on a day in which the falls of the Chinese digital giants stood out.
The selective lost 98.63 points today to 24,951.34, while the index that measures the behavior of mainland Chinese companies listed on the Hong Kong stock market, the Hang Seng China Enterprises, fell 0.46%.
All sub-indices suffered losses: Commerce and Industry (-0.55%), Financial (-0.08%), Real Estate (-0.81%) and Services (-0.12%).
It was a negative day for Chinese digital leaders: Meituan and Alibaba fell 2.42% and 1.57%, respectively, and Tencent and Xiaomi suffered more moderate declines, of 0.32% and 1.18%, each a.
The lens manufacturer Sunny Optical led the biggest rise of the day after shooting 7.72%, followed by the technological AAC Tech, which grew by 5.95%, and the automobile company BYD (5.73%).
In the red lantern was the Haidilao restaurant chain, which fell 6.99%, accompanied by the biotechnology company Wuxi Bio, which lost 4.43%.
Chinese oil companies turned red in this session: Petrochina fell 1.69%, Cnooc, 1.72%, and Sinopec fell 2.94%.
In the financial sector, the most notable was the rise in the insurance company AIA (1.18%).
The business volume of the session was 129.2 billion Hong Kong dollars (16.581 million dollars, 14.703 million euros).



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