Hong Kong stocks fell on Tuesday on tight liquidity signals, which some analysts attributed to the possibility of increasing U.S. rates by the end of the year.
The Hang Seng index closed 0.5 percent down at 28,154.97 points, while the Sino-S & P index slipped 0.7 percent to close at 11,405.55 points.
Hong Kong's three-month interbank fixing rate reached the highest level in five months on Tuesday, and the rate of one month is also increasing.
On Tuesday morning, shares of China rose slightly, as well as investors turned their attention back to economic fundamentals, as the 19th Congressional milestone of the Communist Party came to an end.
According to Shanghai Securities News, about 100 Shanghai-listed companies, income has increased in the third quarter, with 47 percent increase over a year ago.
The blue-chip CS3,300 index rose 0.7 percent to 395.40, while the Shanghai Composite index rose by 0.2 percent to 3,388.25.