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Market wrap - morning
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 8 FEB 2007
... HONG KONG - Blue chips rose 0.12 per cent while China stocks climbed 2.3 per cent, as investors bid up China Construction Bank and other financial plays amid gains in mainland-listed shares. The benchmark Hang Seng Index closed up 24.49 points at 20,679.69. ...
Market wrap - morning
AAP  |  TUESDAY, 24 OCT 2006
... fell 0.13 per cent after hitting a new six-year intraday peak as investors sold recent gainers such as China Construction Bank, while weak crude prices led resource shares lower. The benchmark Hang Seng index retreated 23.70 points to 18,089.85. WELLINGTON ...
Market wrap - morning
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 12 OCT 2006
... Nikkei lost 76.68 points to 16,400.57. HONG KONG - Hong Kong stocks ended higher in volatile trade, as China Construction Bank and other lenders gained, stoked by strong demand for what should be a record $US19 billion initial public offering by the ...
Market wrap - morning
... KONG - Stocks rose as investors piled into banking stocks ahead of this months initial pubic offering of China Construction Bank. The benchmark Hang Seng index picked up 63.48 points to 17,606.53. WELLINGTON - The sharemarket eased in quiet trading with ...
Market wrap - morning
AAP  |  FRIDAY, 22 SEP 2006
... HONG KONG - Blue-chip stocks rose to a fresh six-year high as investors snapped up bank issues such as China Construction Bank amid optimism ahead of China Merchants Bank's trading debut. The Hang Seng index advanced 0.61 percent, or 107.01 points, to ...
Market wrap
AAP  |  FRIDAY, 4 AUG 2006
... chips held steady ahead of the US Fed meeting next week, but mainland H-shares jumped as investors bought China Construction Bank and other mainland shares that have recently trailed the broad market. The benchmark Hang Seng index was up 15.67 points ...
Market wrap
... Nikkei rose 22.06 points to 13,417.08. HONG KONG - Hong Kong stocks ended half a per cent lower, with China Construction Bank ending flat in its trading debut amid weak market conditions after the lender completed the world's biggest IPO in four years. ...