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Hong Kong stocks head into break on a high

Jun 07 2018 07:52

Hong Kong - Hong Kong stocks rallied in the morning session on Thursday, putting them on course for a sixth straight day of gains, following another strong lead from Wall Street.

The Hang Seng Index added 0.55%, or 173.27 points, to 31 432.37.

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