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Chinese stocks halt worst losing streak this year

May 10 2016 10:16
Kana Nishizawa

Hong Kong - Chinese stocks in Hong Kong headed for their first gain in seven days as financial companies advanced.

The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index climbed 0.3%, erasing losses. China Minsheng Banking increased the most in three weeks. The Shanghai Composite Index closed little changed after data showed China’s consumer prices rose for a third month, while factory-gate deflation narrowed more than expected.

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