ETFs providing exposure to Hong Kong stocks won 3,31% on average at yesterday’s market close (Monday, June 1st) as investors shrugged off Trump’s threats to sanction China for its new security law. China stunned Hong Kong when it announced it would enforce national security law on the city, triggering violent reactions of pro-democracy protesters and renewed confrontation with the police force in Hong Kong’s streets. Friday, Trump threatened to sanction Beijing for this power grab, however investors’ worries faded away as it became clear that the punitive actions were not as dramatic as feared. The Hang Seng index posted his biggest rise since March. Year-to-date, the Hong Kong stocks segment which includes 28 ETFs, has lost 14,41% but it has recorded $ 944 million inflows over the same period.