Shares Have a Flat Week Start in Hong Kong

Shares have a flat week start in Hong Kong.

There was a marginal decline for the HSI Index over the Chinese easing measures and also an expected US interest rate cut offset.

Stock in Hong Kong ended marginally lower on Monday.Mainland China is taking up measures and a US interest rate cut offset by profit taking is expected.There is also some stress regarding long-running protests in the city as reported by Business Times.

The HSI fell by 9.36 points, down to 26,681.40.
Gains of 0.84% i.e. 25.14 points were seen for the Shanghai Composite Index(3,024.74).
Shenzhen Composite Index bumped by 1.91 per cent i.e. 31.71 points to 1,689.21.

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Cheryl Toh

Last updated on

September 10th 2019, 11:12 am

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