Wednesday, December 2, 2015   

Positive start for Hang Seng, Shanghai
(03-13 10:23)

Stocks in Hong Kong opened marginally higher on bargain-hunting after recent losses. The benchmark Hang Seng Index edged up 18.99 points to 21,920.94.
In Shanghai, shares were higher in morning trade. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index was up by 0.36 percent, or 7.28 points, to 2,004.97.
The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, gained 0.23 percent, or 2.44 points, to 1,065.23.—AFP

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Chinese consortium plows US$400m into Man City (12-01 18:32)
Hang Seng, Shanghai stocks close higher (12-01 17:23)
Financial markets await Draghi’s holiday season surprise (12-01 17:19)
Coca-Cola funded controversial anti-obesity group winds up (12-01 14:14)
Amazon says drones will deliver 5 pound packages (12-01 14:10)
Australia keeps rates at 2pc (12-01 14:07)
Samsung shoves aside mobile unit boss Shin Jong Kyun (12-01 14:04)
China factory output hits new low, services improve (12-01 14:00)

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