Hong Kong Stocks, Hang Seng Index

Hong Kong Stocks, Hang Seng Index

Hong Kong: Stocks extend gains to fourth day

Hong Kong: Stocks extend gains to fourth day

4/6/2020 11:30:00 AM

Hong Kong: Stocks extend gains to fourth day

[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks rose for a fourth straight day Thursday as the easing of lockdown measures around the world continued to trump concerns about China-US tensions. Read more at The Business Times.

Hong Kong stocks rose for a fourth straight day Thursday as the easing of lockdown measures around the world continued to trump concerns about China-US tensions.PHOTO: BLOOMBERG[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks rose for a fourth straight day Thursday as the easing of lockdown measures around the world continued to trump concerns about China-US tensions.

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The Hang Seng Index climbed 0.17 per cent, or 40.68 points, to 24,366.30.The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dipped 0.14 per cent, or 4.12 points, to 2,919.25, but the Shenzhen Composite Index on China's second exchange gained 0.28 per cent, or 5.16 points, to 1,852.54.

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UK's Johnson offers visas for millions in Hong KongLONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday (Jun 2) he would offer millions of Hong Kongers visas and a possible route to UK ... Good news for all parties Hmm tot the whole brexit shit is to cut down on immigrants among others no? Hongkiexit in full swing

UK's Johnson offers visas for millions in Hong KongBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday he would offer millions of Hong Kongers visas and a possible route to UK citizenship if China persists with its national security law. 'Many people in Hong Kong fear their way of life -- which China pledged to uphold -- is under threat,' he I think this statement just made a few hundred thousand, if not more, Hong Kongers support the National Security Law

Commentary: Protests in Hong Kong may soon be a thing of the pastThe passage of a decision for China to draft a national security bill through the National People’s Congress may change whether protests are ... Like in Singapore? Sad! The writer makes it sound like it is a bad thing.

Hong Kong sees rush to renew UK passports as fears for future growWhen Ming Wong saw that Britain was prepared to offer extended visa rights and a 'path to citizenship' for British National Overseas (BNO) passport holders in Hong Kong, she seized the moment and re-applied for her lost passport. Beijing's push to impose national security laws in the former

'I can't be silent': Hong Kong people aim to mark Tiananmen despite banMany Hong Kong people will find their own way to mark the 31st anniversary of Chinese troops opening fire on protesters in and around Tiananmen Square, after an annual candlelight vigil was cancelled for the first time because of the coronavirus. The anniversary of the crackdown on the student-led democracy

China's national security law on Hong Kong a breach of 'one country, two systems', says UKLONDON: The United Kingdom on Tuesday (Jun 2) called on China to step back from the brink over a national security law in Hong Kong that it said ... China warns UK: although both years are year of mouse, it is 2020 now, not 1840! btw, ppl support great northern Ireland independent!