Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing says it will offer after-hours futures trading on April 8 now that it has received regulatory approval. The change is expected to help HKEx attract more investors in Europe and the U.S. "We want to have more access to markets over a broader swathe of time and across a bigger opportunity set. So we like the opportunity to be able to trade more hours," said Andrew Economos of JPMorgan Asset Management in Hong Kong.

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