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Unrest in Hong Kong is spooking markets for fear it could escalate, challenging Beijing to make a measured political response, at a time when Chinese and global growth are at the heart of market anxiety.
Worries about soft Chinese growth and European weakness has made investors uneasy, while the U.S. Federal Reserve signals it is moving away from easy policy and getting closer to returning to a more normal interest rate environment as the U.S. economy gets stronger.
A wave of weekend protests in Hong Kong extended into Monday with thousands defying a government call to end street blockades, after police used tear gas, pepper spray and batons to break up a sit-in by students and other residents seeking democratic elections in the former British colony.