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Futu users in Hong Kong gain access to U.S. stock trading

Fast-growing digital brokerage partners with American after-hours trading service

A screen displays information about the Hang Seng stock index outside Hong Kong Exchanges.   © Reuters

NEW YORK -- Hong Kong-based users of the digital brokerage platform Futu will be able to trade U.S. equities during local business hours for the first time on Monday, Nikkei Asia has learned.

Futu Holdings, which operates in greater China as Futubull and Momoo overseas, is partnering with American after-hours trading platform Blue Ocean Technologies to give users access to U.S. equities from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Hong Kong time.

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