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Hong Kong stocks end morning with fresh gains

Hong Kong stocks end morning with fresh gains

Hong Kong stocks went into the break with more gains on Monday, extending a rally into a sixth day following a record on Wall Street and better-than-expected Chinese economic growth data.

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17.07.2017 03:54 PM

Hong Kong stocks went into the break with more gains on Monday, extending a rally into a sixth day following a record on Wall Street and better-than-expected Chinese economic growth data.

The Hang Seng Index rose 0.58 percent, or 152.77 points, to 26,542.00 by the break.
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