Sunday, December 28, 2014   

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
   
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Nikkei jumps by break (12-24 11:06)
UK third quarter growth confirmed at 0.7% (12-23 19:11)
Taiwan fines Uber for illegal operation in latest setback (12-23 17:30)
Hang Seng tracks Shanghai losses (12-23 16:47)
European stock markets climb at open (12-23 16:47)
Hang Seng up by break (12-23 12:40)
Wanda Commercial makes trading debut in Hong Kong (12-23 11:42)
Japan Post to go public in September: report (12-23 10:37)

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