ETFs providing exposure to Hong Kong stocks lost 2,45% yesterday (Monday, June, 15th) and suffered from large withdrawals on the primary market where investors pulled back more than $ 230 million over the day. This is the second-largest daily outflows in 2020, bigger than those recorded during the coronavirus crisis and the political turmoil due to Hong Kong’s conflictual relationship with the Chinese government. Asian stock markets closed lower on Monday as growing concerns about a new wave of infection affected investors’ confidence and triggered a selloff in equities. During the first ten days of June, this segment had rebounded almost 8% but it has since lost 4,66%, bringing the year-to-date cumulative performance to -14,08%. TrackInsight’s Hong Kong stocks segment gathers 28 ETFs for a total of $ 19,4 Bn of assets under management.