Hong Kong stocks tumble in morning session

Exchange Square in Hong Kong with bull statue.
Exchange Square in Hong Kong with bull statue.

Hong Kong - Hong Kong shares ended the morning session with gains on Thursday, in line with a rally across Asia as investors picked up bargains following the previous day's sharp, trade war-fuelled plunge.

The Hang Seng Index climbed 0.71%, or 201.18 points, to 28 512.87.


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ZAR/USD
17.19
(-0.51)
ZAR/GBP
22.10
(-1.20)
ZAR/EUR
20.02
(-0.60)
ZAR/AUD
12.11
(-0.56)
ZAR/JPY
0.16
(-0.73)
Gold
1851.30
(-0.58)
Silver
22.67
(-1.25)
Platinum
852.00
(+0.20)
Brent Crude
42.27
(0.00)
Palladium
2213.52
(-0.05)
All Share
54563.57
(+1.82)
Top 40
50431.90
(+1.78)
Financial 15
9825.35
(+4.51)
Industrial 25
73849.46
(+1.23)
Resource 10
54305.25
(+1.59)
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