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Hong Kong stocks end morning with losses

Apr 30 2019 08:58

Hong Kong shares fell on Tuesday morning with tech firms hit by weak earnings from sector heavyweights Samsung and Alphabet, while traders were also disappointed by below-par Chinese factory data.

The Hang Seng Index eased 0.48% to 29 748.76 by the break.

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