Hong Kong Stocks Snap Four-Day Loss Streak; Casinos SlumpKana Nishizawa
Hong Kong stocks rose, with the city’s benchmark rising for the first time in five days, after China’s government approved a plan to tackle the wealth gap and increase minimum wages. Casino shares slumped after a report China may crack down on junket operators.
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