Friday, February 27, 2015   

Hang Seng down at mid-day
(03-20 12:16)

Hong Kong stocks lost 1.13 percent in the morning session Thursday after Federal Reserve head Janet Yellen suggested the central bank could hike US interest rates early next year.
The benchmark Hang Seng Index fell 243.73 points to 21,324.96 by the break, on turnover of HK$40.13 billion. --AFP
   
Other Business breaking news:
Asian equities largely flat, greenback eases (3 mins ago)
Nikkei climbs at break (1 hr 3 mins ago)
Nasdaq continues march towards 5,000 (1 hr 12 mins ago)
US January inflation eases (1 hr 17 mins ago)
Japan’s factories humming (1 hr 19 mins ago)
Hang Seng, Shanghai flat (1 hr 45 mins ago)
RBS names new chairman (02-26 19:32)
RBS handed out £421m bonus pot amid mounting losses, scales back Asia operations (02-26 19:28)
China's inflation may rebound in February (02-26 18:39)
India pours US$137b into rail overhaul (02-26 17:54)

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