China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan stock exchanges will remain closed on May 1 for the May Day holiday. Mainland China’s stock exchanges will also close on Tuesday and Wednesday of the following week and reopen on May 4. Breaking news traders can look to listed mainland-listed businesses such as Alibaba, JD.com, and PDD, and Ctrip on U.S. exchanges. TOP Financial, a Hong Kong-headquartered brokerage, saw its shares surge by 441% on Friday, making TOP’s founder and chairwoman Junli Yang a new billionaire with an estimated net worth of $1.8 billion.
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May Day Holiday: Greater China Stock Exchanges Closed Today
China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan stock exchanges will remain closed on May 1 for the May Day holiday.