Hong Kong Stocks Climb as U.S. Data Tempers Fed ConcernEleni Himaras
Hong Kong stocks rose, with the city’s benchmark index advancing from its biggest weekly slump in two months, after plunging U.S. home sales tempered expectations the Federal Reserve will cut stimulus in September.
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