Saturday, April 19, 2014   

Hang Seng tumbles, Shanghai lower
(12-19 16:31)

Stocks in Hong Kong closed 1.10 percent lower on concerns about China's economic outlook, despite early gains fuelled by the slow tapering of the US Federal Reserve's stimulus.
The benchmark Hang Seng Index ended down 255.07 points at 22,888.75 on turnover of HK$74.32 billion.
In Shanghai, shares closed down 0.95 percent. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index fell 20.50 points to 2,127.79 on turnover of 61.5 billion yuan.—AFP


   
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