HONG KONG, June 22 (Reuters) - Hong Kong's benchmark stock index may struggle to test the psychological 14,000 level on Wednesday following a mixed session on Wall Street amid worries about rising oil prices and interest rates. "Even if it goes above 14,000, the market is lacking momentum and is not in the right mood," said Andrew To, sales director at Tai Fook Securities. "What I worry is that the global equity markets are lacking momentum and at the end of the day, one piece of bad ...
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