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Hong Kong: Shares start the week with marginal gains

Hong Kong: Shares start the week with marginal gains

28/1/2019 11:41:00 AM

Hong Kong: Shares start the week with marginal gains

[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks finished flat Monday after swinging in and out of positive territory as investors look ahead to a key week that includes China-US trade talks, another Brexit vote and a Federal Reserve policy meeting. Read more at The Business Times.

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Triad Trails: Former secret society members lead tour on Chinatown’s seedy past

SINGAPORE — Pointing to a row of shophouses along Pagoda Street leading up to Chinatown MRT Station, a heavily-tattooed man tells the group behind him that the shops used to be opium dens in the 19th century.

Hong Kong: Shares end with gains[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks finished Thursday on a positive note as investors keep tabs on China-US trade progress, with Donald Trump giving an upbeat assessment. Read more at The Business Times.

Hong Kong: Shares finish flat[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks ended barely moved on Wednesday after swinging in and out of positive territory all through the day as investors keep tabs on developments in the China-US trade spat. Read more at The Business Times.

Hong Kong: Shares end sharply lower[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks turned negative Tuesday after a recent rally as profit-takers moved in, while dealers were also spooked by a report saying China and the US were struggling to make progress on parts of their trade talks. Read more at The Business Times.

Hong Kong: Stocks start Thursday with gains[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks edged up in the opening exchanges on Thursday, tracking a positive lead from Wall Street. Read more at The Business Times.

Hong Kong: Stocks extend gains at open[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks opened higher on Friday, building on the previous two days' gains, with the technology sector boosted by healthy earning reports from top US firms including Texas Instruments. Read more at The Business Times.

Company chairman, wife sold as Hong Kong stock plunged 89%[HONG KONG] The chairman of a Hong Kong-listed property developer and his wife cut their stake just as the stock plunged 89 per cent. Read more at The Business Times.

Hong Kong: Stocks open with gains[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks rose in the opening minutes Monday, at the start of a crucial week that sees high-level China-US trade talks, the release of key data across the globe and another Brexit vote. Read more at The Business Times.

NUS law dean Tan Cheng Han to head law school in Hong KongSINGAPORE - National University of Singapore (NUS) law professor Tan Cheng Han will be leaving his role later this year to become dean of a law school in Hong Kong while his current post will be filled by Professor Hans Tjio.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Hiker dies after collapsing near top of tallest peak in Hong KongA 26-year-old man has died after passing out while hiking near the summit of Hong Kong’s tallest peak. Emergency services were called to the top of Tai Mo Shan, in Tai Mo Shan Country Park, shortly before 9am on Friday, when police received a call from the hiker’s friend. Police said initial investigation

Hong Kong: Stocks end higher on trade hopes[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks ended with more gains Monday on hopes China and the US are edging towards a trade deal, which overshadowed data showing the world's number two economy grew at its slowest rate for 28 years in 2018. Read more at The Business Times.