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16,560.07-29.37 (-0.18%)
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前收市價16,589.44
開市16,629.55
成交量0
今日波幅16,473.65 - 16,645.96
52 週波幅14,794.16 - 21,005.66
平均成交量2,320,668,793
  • Barrons.com

    Asian Stock Markets Largely Gain, China Factory Activity Slows

    Equity markets were largely in the green across Asia on Friday as they took their cue from a positive U.S. session. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index rose 0.5% and Chinese mainland markets also rose. Meanwhile, an official gauge of China’s factory activities edged down to 49.1 from January’s 49.2, the country’s National Bureau of Statistics said Friday.

  • Reuters

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Japan, Australia shares hit record high on Wall Street bounce

    Japanese and Australian shares hit fresh record highs on Friday as a key U.S. inflation reading came in as expected, a relief for investors that had looked for a June rate cut, while mixed data from China bolstered hopes for more policy support. Europe is set to open higher, with both EUROSTOXX 50 futures up 0.5% and FTSE futures gaining 0.6%. Australia's resources-heavy shares rose 0.6% to a new record high.

  • Reuters

    Stocks climb, yields fall as data supports rate cut bets

    NEW YORK (Reuters) -A global equity index scaled a record high while Treasury yields fell sharply on Friday after weak U.S. economic data and comments from Federal Reserve officials bolstered expectations for interest rate cuts later this year. The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said its manufacturing PMI fell to 47.8 last month from 49.1 in January, the 16th straight month that the PMI remained below 50. The University of Michigan surveys of consumers showed all three measures for sentiment, current conditions and consumer expectations falling more than expected.

  • Reuters

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Nikkei hits record high on Wall Street bounce, other Asian markets subdued

    Japan's Nikkei hit a fresh record high on Friday, buoyed by the bounce on Wall Street as a key U.S. inflation reading was in line with expectations, while markets elsewhere in Asia were more subdued on China's still-uncertain economic outlook. The Nikkei index gained 1.8% to hit a fresh all-time high, extending a surge of 7.9% the previous month when it breached levels last seen in 1989. Australia's resources-heavy shares also hit a record high and were last up 0.3% on the day.

  • South China Morning Post

    Hong Kong stocks fall most in 4 weeks as traders pocket gains; SHKP leads developers higher after property curbs scrapped

    Hong Kong stocks slid by the most in four weeks after traders locked in profits from a rally that had sent the benchmark gauge to its highest level this year. Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) bucked the downward trend to lead gains among local developers after the government scrapped all curbs on property transactions in a bid to boost the ailing housing market. The Hang Seng Index sank 1.5 per cent to 16,635.85 at the close on Wednesday after hitting a 2024 high a day earlier. The Hang Seng Tech

  • CNN Business

    Hong Kong scraps decade-old property restrictions to boost flagging economy

    Hong Kong has announced a slew of measures to boost its real estate sector, including the removal of decade-old restrictions that were introduced to prevent a property bubble, as part of its effort to revive an economy that has been hurt by a record exodus of talent and an economic slowdown in mainland China.

  • Bloomberg

    M&G Fund Went Big in China Stock Purchases on Capitulation Bets

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  • South China Morning Post

    Hong Kong stocks overturn losses as developers, ETFs jump before budget report, Li Auto and CLP deliver earnings boost

    Hong Kong stocks snapped a two-day decline as the city's biggest developers rebounded after a weak home-price report renewed pressure on the government to stimulate the industry. Li Auto surged after a stellar earnings report. The Hang Seng Index climbed almost 1 per cent to 16,792.27 on Tuesday. The Tech Index added 3.3 per cent and the Shanghai Composite Index jumped 1.3 per cent at the close. The city's biggest developer Sun Hung Kai Properties rose 1.2 per cent to HK$77.50, and New World Dev

  • BossMind

    中國股市|國家隊救市買不停 瑞銀估今年已買超過4100億貨 惟持倉仍遠低於歷史水平

    中港股市近日略見反彈,但上升勢頭遜於美國及日本為首的外圍股市。日經平均指數年初至今累計升幅已達17%以上。相比下內地上證指數則只微升0.58%,暫時「止瀉」,恒指表現就較弱仍跌2.78%。目前中國經濟仍然疲弱下,支撑A股的一大催化劑就是「國家隊」入市掃貨支持。

  • Barrons.com

    Tokyo Stocks Set Fresh Records as China Lags

    Japanese stocks marched higher again on Monday, recording fresh 34-year highs, as Chinese equities lagged to begin the trading week in Asia. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell 0.5% with the Shanghai Composite down 0.9%, with the latter benchmark snapping a two-week winning streak.