Hong Kong Markets Just Opened, And Stocks Are Sliding

Hong Kong markets just opened after the startlingly big #OccupyCentral protests over the weekend.

Not surprisingly, markets are diving. 

The benchmark Hang Seng index is down about 1.2%.

Besides the issues of unrest and stability, the Hang Seng has been a particularly bad performer in recent weeks, in part due to the slowdown in China.

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