Chinese shares, in particular, stuck with what has become an impressive bull run this year. The Shanghai Composite Index was up 1.4% by 9:17 PM ET (2:17 AM GMT) 3,035 while the Shenzhen Component climbed 2.56% to 9,403.
The Shanghai Composite is up around 18% from the beginning of 2019 while the Shenzhen Component has notched gains of 24%, putting it solidly in bull run territory.
By contrast, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index was flat Monday morning, shifting between mild gains and mild losses in early trading and down 0.01%. Still, Hong Kong’s main index is up around 13% so far this year.
Source : Investing.com