^HSI - HANG SENG INDEX

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
29,409.010
+396.750 (+1.37%)
At close: 4:09PM HKT
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Previous Close29,012.260
Open29,112.439
Volume0
Day's Range29,034.131 - 29,409.010
52 Week Range24,540.631 - 31,978.141
Avg. Volume1,725,778,000
  • Why men need to be involved in closing the gender gap
    CNBC Videos11 days ago

    Why men need to be involved in closing the gender gap

    Men have a "very key" and crucial role to play in addressing gender imbalance, says Sanjeev Chatrath, who is part of The Women's Foundation's Male Allies initiative in Hong Kong. He also says it is important to utilize technology such that it can help female business leaders.

  • FOMC Meeting Comes Into Focus, Basic Resources Leads, Concrete Progress On Trade
    FX Empire7 hours ago

    FOMC Meeting Comes Into Focus, Basic Resources Leads, Concrete Progress On Trade

    Another FOMC meeting comes into focus while traders wait anxiously for news on U.S./China trade talks.

  • The Week Ahead – Brexit, the FED, the Stats, and Trade Talks in Focus
    FX Empire2 days ago

    The Week Ahead – Brexit, the FED, the Stats, and Trade Talks in Focus

    The FED, Brexit and Trade Talks will be the key drivers through the week. Expect some focus on the stats.

  • The Weekly Wrap – Brexit and Trade Optimism Drive the Majors
    FX Empire2 days ago

    The Weekly Wrap – Brexit and Trade Optimism Drive the Majors

    The Pound was the leader of the pack, with a vote against a no-deal departure and a Brexit extension providing much-needed support.

  • Trade Hope Lifts Stocks, UK Delays Brexit, BOJ Holds Rates Steady
    FX Empire3 days ago

    Trade Hope Lifts Stocks, UK Delays Brexit, BOJ Holds Rates Steady

    UK delays Brexit, China pledges support for the economy, renewed trade hopes lift markets.

  • Trade Fears Resurface, No-Deal Brexit Is Off The Table, China Industrial Output Falls In February
    FX Empire4 days ago

    Trade Fears Resurface, No-Deal Brexit Is Off The Table, China Industrial Output Falls In February

    No-Deal Brexit is off the table, at least that’s what the UK says, but it may not matter. If the EU doesn’t agree the UK may have no choice.

  • U.S. Stocks Rise to Four-Month High as Pound Jumps: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    U.S. Stocks Rise to Four-Month High as Pound Jumps: Markets Wrap

    The pound jumped as the U.K. parliament voted to reject a no-deal Brexit. The S&P 500 Index climbed for a third day, wiping out last week’s losses and reaching a four-month high as it held above the key 2,800 level. The U.S. data signaled a positive start to the year for the world’s biggest economy and little pressure on the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, just as investors were digesting disappointing numbers from Japan and Australia.

  • Brexit Bombshell, Another Brexit Vote Due Today, Futures Up But Fears Linger
    FX Empire5 days ago

    Brexit Bombshell, Another Brexit Vote Due Today, Futures Up But Fears Linger

    May’s Brexit deal gets voted down again, now lawmakers must decide what to do next and that decision will move the market.

  • China's World-Beating Stock Rally Puts Hong Kong in the Dust
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    China's World-Beating Stock Rally Puts Hong Kong in the Dust

    The city’s two main benchmarks are hardly doing badly, but gauges on the mainland -- after a grim 2018 -- are eclipsing them and just about every other worldwide. While onshore shares slid on Wednesday in a volatile trading day, the renewed enthusiasm for yuan-denominated stocks means the Hang Seng Index is lagging the Shanghai Composite this quarter by the most since 2015. The gap in performance has widened enough to make A shares pricier than stocks in Hong Kong for the first time since October.

  • U.S. Stocks Rise for Second Day While Pound Drops: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    U.S. Stocks Rise for Second Day While Pound Drops: Markets Wrap

    U.S. stocks capped a second day of gains, while Treasuries rallied after weak inflation data bolstered bets the Federal Reserve can stay patient. The pound fell as the U.K.’s Brexit turmoil deepened. While the S&P 500 Index pushed its two-day gain to 1.8 percent, Brexit and renewed turmoil for Boeing dominated headlines throughout the day.

  • Brexit Moves Asia, May Secures Binding Concessions, U.S. Inflation In Focus
    FX Empire6 days ago

    Brexit Moves Asia, May Secures Binding Concessions, U.S. Inflation In Focus

    Theresa May secured legally binding changes to the Irish Backstop but the AG says its not enough to protect the UK.

  • Financial Times6 days ago

    [$$] S&P 500 wins back-to-back gain, Treasuries rally after inflation data

    US stocks rose for a second consecutive day, while US Treasuries also rallied, as investors digested a weak inflation reading and news that UK’s parliament defeated Prime Minister Theresa May’s revised ...

  • CNBC7 days ago

    Morgan Stanley says emerging markets investors are set for strong gains

    An emerging markets index under MSCI could surge as much as 8 percent by the end of this year, Morgan Stanley predicted in a Monday report.

  • Risk Appetite in Asia Surges as UK Prime Minister May Secures Brexit Assurances
    FX Empire7 days ago

    Risk Appetite in Asia Surges as UK Prime Minister May Secures Brexit Assurances

    Risk appetite jumped early Tuesday as speculative buyers reacted positively to the news that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May might be closer to securing approval for her Brexit deal.

  • Tech Rally Powers Best Stock Surge Since January: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Tech Rally Powers Best Stock Surge Since January: Markets Wrap

    U.S. stocks jumped the most in six weeks as chipmakers rallied on deal news and the latest retail-sales data boosted confidence that the economy isn’t headed for a downturn. Treasuries slipped. It is the biggest component of the price-weighted Dow Jones Industrial Average and the only of the 30 blue chips to retreat.

  • Asia Has China Market to Thank for Trading Surge
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Asia Has China Market to Thank for Trading Surge

    Trading on the MSCI Asia Pacific Index ballooned to a 44 billion shares on Feb. 25, surpassing the previous record of 32.6 billion reached in May 2009, according to data compiled by Bloomberg going back more than two decades. The influx of trading appears to be largely concentrated in Hong Kong and China, with volume in both markets hitting highs at the end of February. The CSI 300 Index saw volume of almost 36 billion on Feb. 26, the highest since November 2015, and Hang Seng Index trading has stayed elevated since hitting 3.6 billion shares in February.

  • Brexit Weighs on the GBP as Focus Shifts to the USD and Retail Sales
    FX Empire8 days ago

    Brexit Weighs on the GBP as Focus Shifts to the USD and Retail Sales

    While Dollar strength kicked in this morning, today’s retail sales figures and sentiment towards Brexit and trade talks will be key.

  • China's Plunge Sends Asia Stocks to Biggest Loss This Year
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    China's Plunge Sends Asia Stocks to Biggest Loss This Year

    (Bloomberg) -- Stock markets across Asia sank as concerns surrounding global growth mounted, with the region’s benchmark index set for its biggest plunge of the year. Chinese shares plunged the most as traders took a sell rating from the nation’s largest brokerage as a sign that the government wants to slow down the rally.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    [$$] Chinese stocks tumble as ECB and China data spark concerns

    Major Chinese stocks saw out the week with their biggest one-day fall since October, after a policy pivot from the European Central Bank set off concerns about global growth while China itself reported some muted trade numbers. almost 21 per cent in February compared with a year ago. Adding to investor nerves: a maximum fall of 10 per cent for People’s Insurance Company Group after analysts at brokerage Citic Securities issued a rare “sell” rating on the company.

  • China Stimulus Lifts Markets, Traders Waiting For Trade News, Surprise Index At Long-Term Low
    FX Empire12 days ago

    China Stimulus Lifts Markets, Traders Waiting For Trade News, Surprise Index At Long-Term Low

    China announces a new round of stimulus, U.S. optimism is reaching a record high, and a trade deal is in sight but traders are cautious and markets are mixed.

  • U.S. Stocks Slip as Dollar Advances for Fifth Day: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    U.S. Stocks Slip as Dollar Advances for Fifth Day: Markets Wrap

    U.S. stocks edged lower as investors struggled to find inspiration after a torrid start to the year. The S&P 500 Index fell 0.1 percent. “The market has priced in a lot of good news and I think now the fact that returns are moderating some is a reflection of now they need to see the follow-through,” Michael Arone, chief investment strategist at State Street Global Advisors, said in an interview at Bloomberg’s New York headquarters.

  • Global Stocks Mixed, Trade Deal In Focus, Retail Earnings Surprise Wall Street
    FX Empire13 days ago

    Global Stocks Mixed, Trade Deal In Focus, Retail Earnings Surprise Wall Street

    Global equities indices are mixed following Monday’s Wall Street rout as traders await new details on the soon-expected trade deal.

  • $1.6 Trillion of Trade Means China Pain Is Asia's: Taking Stock
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    $1.6 Trillion of Trade Means China Pain Is Asia's: Taking Stock

    The MSCI Asia Pacific Index fell 0.3 percent to halt a two-day advance as major equity gauges across the region slipped. Stock benchmarks of key trade partners Japan and South Korea were some of the biggest decliners, putting pressure on the rally that restored $3 trillion in Asian equities this year. China lowered the country’s goal for gross domestic product to a range of 6 percent to 6.5 percent in 2019, released in Premier Li Keqiang’s annual work report ahead of his speech to kick off the National People’s Congress.

  • U.S. Stocks Drop Most In a Month; Dollar Advances: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    U.S. Stocks Drop Most In a Month; Dollar Advances: Markets Wrap

    U.S. shares retreated as investors sought details of a possible trade deal between the White House and China. The S&P 500 Index slumped the most since Feb. 7, with financial and health-care shares pacing declines, after the benchmark gauge again failed to hold gains that took it past the 2,800 level. The yuan edged higher after reports on the trade deal, which was said to require Beijing to follow through on pledges ranging from better protecting intellectual-property rights to buying more U.S. products.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-World shares tick higher on US-China trade deal optimism

    Global shares rose on Monday amid growing optimism the United States and China will reach a trade agreement as soon as this month. U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping might seal a formal trade deal around March 27, given progress in talks between the two countries, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. MSCI's All Country World Index, which tracks shares in 47 countries, was up 0.1 percent on the day.