Hong Kong Hang Seng declines 0.2%
The Hong Kong Hang Seng Index opened lower Tuesday and could not recover, finishing down 0.2%.
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.
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)
COSCO SHIP HOLD Inks Nearly US$1.5B Contracts to Build 10 Container Vessels
COSCO SHIP HOLD (01919.HK) announced that it had entered into contracts with Cosco Shipping Heavy Industry, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company's controlling shareholder COSCO SHIPPING, for the construction of ten vessels, including six units of 14,092 TEU container vessels and four units of 16,180 TEU container vessels, at an aggregate consideration of US$1.496 billion.
Hong Kong stocks bounce back from losses; Betterlife and Medlive Surge
Hong Kong stocks rebounded Thursday from the previous session's near 1% decline, as investors were comforted by dovish comments from the US Federal Reserve.
Hong Kong stocks hit two-week high as Alibaba, Tencent power tech gains
At midday close, HSI rose 339 pts or 1.2% to 28,126. HSTI rose 5 pts or 0.1% to 7,672. HSCEI gained 139 pts or 1.4% to 10,205.
Hong Kong Hang Seng down 0.6% on Wall Street cues
The Hong Kong Hang Seng Index traded lower in the morning and finished down 0.6%, after Wall Street slipped on inflation concerns.
Hong Kong stocks snap three-day winning streak
Geely Auto, Xinyi Solar and BYD surrender some of their advances earlier this week.