Hong Kong Stocks Open Up After Last Week's Battering
Monday, 12 February 2018 09:21 WIB |
MARKET UPDATE |SahamHongkongSahamChinaIndeks Shanghai CompositeIndeks Hang Seng
Hong Kong shares jumped in the first few minutes of trade Monday after last week's hammering that wiped more than nine percent off the benchmark index.
The Hang Seng Index added 0.70 percent, or 205.66 points, to 29,713.08.
But the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index inched down 0.05 percent, or 1.48 points, to 3,128.37 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, climbed 0.52 percent, or 8.77 points, to 1,688.03.
Source : AFP
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