China, Hong Kong shares little changed on weak sentiment after Trump notes there is ‘a long way to go’ on tariffs if he feels like it
Mainland and Hong Kong stocks ended little changed, as the US-China trade dispute returned to investors’ minds after US President Donald Trump raised the possibility of imposing more tariffs – if he wanted.

The Shanghai Composite Index on Wednesday fell 0.2 per cent to 2,931.69, with liquor and health care stocks among losers. It was the benchmark’s second straight day of losses.

Meanwhile, the Shenzhen Composite Index inched ahead by 0.16 per cent to 1,574.35. Information technology, real…


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