Friday, December 19, 2014   

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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China total GDP revised up 3.4% in 2013: govt (1 hr 13 mins ago)
Nikkei up by break (1 hr 22 mins ago)
UK retail sales surge thanks to 'Black Friday' (12-18 18:31)
Cautious Japanese firms holding record assets: BoJ (12-18 17:24)
German business confidence grows in December (12-18 17:23)
Swiss central bank introduces negative interest rate (12-18 17:03)
Hang Seng finishes higher, Shanghai down (12-18 16:35)
Ruble rallies in early trading on day of Putin press conference (12-18 15:42)
Nikkei soars on weaker yen (12-18 14:59)

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