Wednesday, September 2, 2015   

Bargain hunting lifts Hang Seng by noon
(02-06 12:15)

Hong Kong shares climbed 0.51 percent in the morning session Thursday on bargain hunting after recent losses, while investors await the release of crucial US jobs data.
The benchmark Hang Seng Index rose 109.05 points to 21,378.43 on turnover worth HK$29.57 billion. --AFP
   
Other Business breaking news:
European benchmarks rebound, but China stocks remain in the red (40 mins ago)
Nikkei closes lower (2 hrs 19 mins ago)
Region and world feels China chill, IMF chief says (09-02 13:24)
Hang Seng claws back losses, Nikkei reovers (09-02 12:48)
Top lawyer argues Sands China appeal against ex-CEO’s lawsuit (09-02 12:18)
Oil prices fall further (09-02 12:04)
China stocks in free fall, analysts warn correction not over yet (09-02 12:00)
London stocks deep in the red (09-01 21:17)
(Fashion) LVMH picks Apple exec for digital foray (09-01 20:57)
Canada slips into recession (09-01 20:54)

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