Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
Hong Kong stocks ended the morning session with more steep losses, extending a sharp sell-off into a fourth straight day as traders struggled to track a positive lead from Wall Street.
Hong Kong stocks gained ground in early trade, recovering some losses from recent choppy sessions caused by concerns about the global economic growth outlook.
Hong Kong stocks suffered another sharp sell-off in the morning with tech firms taking a hit and energy companies dented by a fall in oil prices.
Hong Kong stocks ended the morning sharply down after Donald Trump said he would impose tariffs on $200bn of Chinese goods from next week.
Hong Kong stocks were flat at the break as investors were split between bargain-buying after recent losses and concerns about the China-US trade row.
Hong Kong stocks fell in the morning as investors cashed in after the market's recent rally and brushed off another record close on Wall Street.
Hong Kong stocks powered more than 2% higher in the morning following a record lead from Wall Street as investors welcomed dovish comments from the head of the Federal Reserve regarding interest rates.
Hong Kong shares ended the morning session sharply lower following a four-day rally and as the United States prepared to impose fresh tariffs on Chinese goods.
Hong Kong stocks ended morning session slightly higher, as investors sought to shrug off jitters over a full-blown trade and currency war following US President Donald Trump's aggressive swipes at China and the EU.
Hong Kong shares ended the morning session with gains, in line with a rally across Asia as investors picked up bargains following the previous day's sharp, trade war-fueled plunge.
Hong Kong stocks extended their losses following another sell-off on Wall Street and as data showed China's economy grew at its slowest quarterly pace in nine years during July-September.
Hong Kong stocks rose in early trade, recovering slightly a day after a US rout spilled into Asia.
Fears about an extended series of interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve helped push Hong Kong stocks sharply lower, in line with an Asia-wide sell-off.
Hong Kong stocks extended their losing streak Wednesday, putting them on course for a sixth-straight loss as investors fear an escalation in the China-US trade dispute.
Hong Kong stocks fell in the morning, in line with a broad sell-off across Asian markets following a report that Donald Trump wants to impose fresh tariffs on $200bn of Chinese imports early next month.
Hong Kong shares inched down slightly in early trade after two days of gains, though investors were buoyed by another record close on Wall Street.
Hong Kong shares fell in the morning as a broadly strong week drew to an end, with traders given a negative lead from Wall Street while US-China trade talks ended with no breakthrough.
Hong Kong stocks ended the morning session down, tracking Wall Street's drop at the end of last week and with investors closely watching upcoming key central bank meetings.
Hong Kong shares rose in the morning session, tracking a lead from Wall Street and with investors hoping China and the US can avert a full-blown trade war.
Hong Kong stocks sank more than 1% after the US ramped up its trade war with China by threatening to impose tariffs on a further $200bn of goods.
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