Hong Kong stocks sink on profit-taking in morning

Hong Kong: Hong Kong shares tumbled in the morning session Tuesday as profit-takers moved in following a six-day rally, as China and the United States prepare for renewed trade talks.

The Hang Seng Index fell 0.90 percent, or 284.76 points, to 31,256.32 by the break, having gained more than five percent over the past six trading days.