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Hong Kong stocks open 0.63% higher

Hong Kong shares rose 0.63 percent at the open on Thursday following another record close on Wall Street and after China announced a mini stimulus programme to kickstart the world's number two economy. The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 142.12 points to 22,666.06 in the first few minutes. dan/jw

Hong Kong stocks end 0.34% higher

Hong Kong shares edged up 0.34 percent Wednesday, in line with a regional rally following a record close on Wall Street in response to upbeat manufacturing data in China, Europe and the United States. The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 75.40 points to 22,523.94 on turnover of HK$73.65 billion (US$9.50 billion). In China the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index was 0.56 percent, or 11.53 points, higher at 2,058.99 on turnover of 77.9 billion yuan ($12.6 billion).

Hong Kong stocks up 0.39% at lunch

Hong Kong stocks were 0.39 percent higher by the break on Wednesday, following a record-breaking lead from Wall Street in response to upbeat US and European manufacturing data. The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 86.89 points to 22,535.43 on turnover of HK$38.30 billion ($4.94 billion). dan/jw

Hong Kong stocks end 1.34% higher

Hong Kong shares jumped 1.34 percent on Tuesday as traders welcomed data showing Chinese manufacturing picked up in March from an eight-month low. The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 297.48 points to 22,448.54 on turnover of HK$69.24 billion (US$8.93 billion). In China the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.70 percent, or 14.15 points, to 2,047.46 on turnover of 64.5 billion yuan ($10.4 billion). The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, gained 1.65 percent, or 17.13 points, to 1,057.01 on turnover of 73.5 billion yuan.

Hong Kong stocks up 0.95% at lunch

Hong Kong stocks climbed 0.95 percent on Tuesday morning as official data showed Chinese manufacturing activity had picked up in March from an eight-month low. The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 209.52 points to 22,360.58 by the break, on turnover of HK$36.94 billion ($4.76 billion). dan/pj

Hong Kong stocks open 0.53% higher

Hong Kong shares rose 0.53 percent on Tuesday morning following another strong lead from Wall Street, while a survey of Japanese business confidence hit a more than six-year high The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 117.63 points to 22,268.69 in the first few minutes. dan/jw

Hong Kong stocks open 0.53% higher

Hong Kong shares rose 0.53 percent on Tuesday morning following another strong lead from Wall Street, while a survey of Japanese business confidence hit a more than six-year high The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 117.63 points to 22,268.69 in the first few minutes. dan/jw

China developer Evergrande shares set to jump after upbeat earnings

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Shares in Evergrande Real Estate Group <3333.HK> were set to open up 9 percent in Hong Kong after the developer reported a 49 percent rise in full-year net profit and said it expected China's property market to improve. Evergrande's stock was set to open at HK$4.00, outpacing a 0.6 percent gain for Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng Index <.HSI> (Reporting By Anne Marie Roantree; Editing by Paul Tait)

Hong Kong stocks end 0.39% higher

Hong Kong shares climbed 0.39 percent on Monday, in line with a broad Asian advance, following a strong lead from Wall Street. The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 85.53 points to finish at 22,151.06 on turnover of HK$66.05 billion (US$8.52 billion). But, in China, the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.41 percent, or 8.41 points, to 2,033.31 on turnover of 71.6 billion yuan ($11.5 billion). The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, slid 0.41 percent, or 4.26 points, to 1,039.88 on turnover of 76.4 billion yuan.

Hong Kong stocks end 0.39% higher

Hong Kong shares climbed 0.39 percent on Monday, in line with a broad Asian advance, following a strong lead from Wall Street. The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 85.53 points to finish at 22,151.06 on turnover of HK$66.05 billion (US$8.52 billion). But, in China, the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.41 percent, or 8.41 points, to 2,033.31 on turnover of 71.6 billion yuan ($11.5 billion). The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, slid 0.41 percent, or 4.26 points, to 1,039.88 on turnover of 76.4 billion yuan.
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