Thursday, April 24, 2014   

Cinda bounces 30pc at mid-day on trading debut, Hang Seng slips
(12-12 12:22)

Stocks in Hong Kong ended the morning session 0.52 percent lower, following losses on Wall Street as investors look ahead to a US Federal Reserve meeting next week.
The benchmark Hang Seng Index fell 122.16 points to 23,216.08 on turnover of HK$39.71 billion.
Shares in China Cinda Asset Management (1359), which soared on their trading debut today, advanced 30 percent at HK$4.65 at mid day compared with the listing price of HK$3.58 per share.—AFP/The Standard
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