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    1. Traders like to follow the Hang Seng 50 index because it can offer exposure to substantial market price volatility and significant day-to-day fluctuations. The Hang Seng 50 is known for its volume and volatility compared to the other major indices, and attracts numerous day traders trying to profit from short-term price movements. 2. Proximity to Asian growth- Many of the world's largest economies moving forward will be based in Asia, which puts Hong Kong in a strong geographical position.
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Hang Seng 50 is an index of the 50 largest and most actively traded companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Founded as a "Dow Jones Index for Hong Kong", the Hang Seng 50 serves as a benchmark index and the major indicator of Hong Kong's market performance, as well as a proxy for a wider Asian market.HSI embraces the largest and most liquid stocks in the local market, largely dominated by finance companies. The components of the index are divided into four sub-indices: Finance; Commerce and Industry; Properties; and Utilities.

1. Hong Kong's proximity to China makes it more vulnerable to geopolitical risks, especially because most business leaders originate from the country. 2. Hong Kong's economy is heavily dependent on its financial sector, which puts it at great risk during financial downturns.