Friday, May 29, 2015   

Hang Seng tracks Street losses, slumps 2pc
(01-27 12:37)

Hong Kong shares tumbled 2.06 percent Monday, following heavy losses on Wall Street owing to renewed concerns about emerging market economies.
The benchmark Hang Seng Index slipped 462.41 points to 21,987.65 on turnover worth HK$50.30 billion. --AFP
   
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Hang Seng opens lower (1 min ago)
Korea factory output slumps further in April (1 min ago)
Unemployment falls in Japan (2 mins ago)
Norway wealth fund dumps coal assets (05-28 20:52)
US jobless claims rise by 7,000 (05-28 20:35)
European equities mixed (05-28 20:33)
Athens stumbles from deadline to deadline, bailout deal lies in the background at G7 meeting (05-28 19:26)
Z-Obee auditor quits, cites ‘significant financial difficulties’ at Chinese mobile handset maker (05-28 18:23)
Britain reports tepid growth in first quarter (05-28 17:49)
Despite founder’s denials, market watchdog says Hanergy under investigation (05-28 17:41)

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