Hong Kong Hang Seng declines 0.2%
The Hong Kong Hang Seng Index opened lower Tuesday and could not recover, finishing down 0.2%.
HKD1.7B Southbound Trading Net Outflow from TENCENT
There was HKD780.9 million, HKD743.9 million and HKD220.7 million Southbound Trading net inflow to BYD COMPANY (01211.HK), GEELY AUTO (00175.HK) and SMIC (00981.HK).There was HKD1.7 billion, HKD1.1 bi
Hong Kong stocks rebound; Evergrande shares surge 8% on $418 million disposal
Hong Kong stocks bounced back Monday from the previous session's losses. The Hang Seng Index rose 1.1%, or 274.77 points, to finish at 26,325.80, rebounding from Friday's 1.4% drop.
Hong Kong's economic recovery loses steam in Q2, missing estimates
Hong Kong's economy continued to rebound in the second quarter of the year, albeit at a softer pace versus the first quarter, to early estimates from the Census and Statistics Department on Friday.
HKD4.7B Southbound Trading Net Outflow from MEITUAN-W
There was HKD991.4 million, HKD868.9 million and HKD771.2 million Southbound Trading net inflow to BYD COMPANY (01211.HK), GEELY AUTO (00175.HK) and WUXI BIO (02269.HK).There was HKD4.7 billion, HKD69
Hong Kong's Hang Seng index up more than 1% following two-day rout
Hong Kong's Hang Seng index closed 1.54% higher on Wednesday.
HSI Up 387 pts; HSTI Up 193 pts; MEITUAN Up over 7%; Market Turnover Rises
At close, HSI rose 387 pts or 1.5% to 25,473. HSTI rose 193 pts or 3.1% to 6,443. HSCEI gained 191 pts or 2.2% to 9,071. Market turnover reached $281.31 billion.Active Heavyweights:MEITUAN (03690.HK)
HSI Once Dives Over 450 Pts; Tencent/ Baba/ Meituan/ CG Ser Slip Over 3-9%; HSBC Up 4%
HSI last posted at 25,991, down 200 pts or 0.8%, on turnover of $105.4 billion. In early session, the index once peaked at 26,323, underpinned by financials and utilities. Yet with selling orders reem
HKD2.7B Southbound Trading Net Outflow from TENCENT
There was HKD1.1 billion Southbound Trading net inflow to SMIC (00981.HK). There was HKD2.7 billion, HKD2.5 billion and HKD1.5 billion Southbound Trading net outflow from TENCENT (00700.HK), MEITUAN-W
HSBC, CHINA MOBILE, AIA Appear to Strengthen, Following HKEX
HSI showed an obvious rebound yesterday (22nd) by opening high by 240 pts, only to drop back into a state of seesaw afterwards and to close at 27,723, up 499 pts, said Francis Kwok, Vice Chairman of H