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Hong Kong Market half day turnover was HKD 84,902 million, of which 8.55% was that of shortselling.
Hong Kong Market half day turnover was HKD 84,902 million, of which 8.55% was that of shortselling.

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Hong Kong Market full day turnover was HKD 151,727 million, of which 14.18% was that of shortselling.
Hong Kong Market full day turnover was HKD 151,727 million, of which 14.18% was that of shortselling.

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Short sell info

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Price
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short sell
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(K)
/ short sell ratio
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