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Australia Market ends down on Tuesday
May 25,2016

Australian share market finished session lower on Tuesday, 24 May 2016, dragged down by losses in the materials and resources and energy stocks amid slump in commodity prices overnight. At close of trade, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index declined 23.34 points, or 0.44%, to 5295.60. The broader All Ordinaries fell 322.98 points, or 0.43%, to 5361.90. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 574 to 412 and 358 ended unchanged. The S&P/ASX 200 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, was down 0.61% to 17.664.

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Hong Kong Market ends mixed
May 23,2016

The Hong Kong stock market finished mixed in volatile yet quiet trade on Monday, 23 May 2016, amid concerns about slowdown in the manufacturing economy after private survey conducted by China Minsheng Banking Corp. and China Academy of New Supply-side Economics showing the China Minxin Manufacturing Index slid 1.1 percentage points to 45.8 in May from the previous month. The benchmark Hang Seng Index dropped 43.17 points, or 0.22%, to 19809.03 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, rose 4.63 points, or 0.06%, to 8308.21. Turnover reduced to HK$43.8 billion from HK$52.6 billion on Friday.

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Japan Stocks fall on stronger yen
May 23,2016

The Japan share market declined on Monday, 23 May 2016, due to yen appreciation against dollar after Group of Seven finance ministers voiced concern over the sputtering global economy and pressed Tokyo not to weaken its currency. Risk aversion selloff were also pressured by Japans customs-cleared trade statistics for April, released just before the opening bell, showed that the trade surplus expanded due mainly to a steep drop in imports. The 225-issue Nikkei average lost 81.75 points, or 0.49 percent, to end at 16,654.60. The Topix index of all first-section issues finished down 4.72 points, or 0.35 percent, at 1,338.68.

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Australia Market falls to lowest level since May 6
May 23,2016

Australian share market finished session lower on Monday, 23 May 2016, due to heavy selloff in energy, materials, and industrial stocks. At close of trade, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index declined 32.40 points, or 0.61%, to 5318.90. The benchmark hit its lowest point since lowest point since May 6. The broader All Ordinaries fell 30.30 points, or 0.56%, to 5384.90. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 548 to 479 and 310 ended unchanged. The S&P/ASX 200 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, was up 2.99% to 17.780.

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Asia Pacific Market: Stocks fall as Fed minutes boost June hike odds
May 19,2016

Asia Pacific share market continued downward move on Thursday, 19 May 2016, as the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled an interest rate hike was on the table for June.

World stocks edged lower after minutes from the US Federal Reserves April policy meeting signalled the US central bank could raise rates as soon as next month if data supported the case that the American economy is getting stronger. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) next undertakes monetary policy review on 14-15 June 2016. Investors in emerging markets are worried that higher interest rates in the US will drain liquidity from emerging markets and redirect it to developed economies. The US central bank had lifted rates in December 2015 for the first time in nearly a decade.

Fed officials felt the U.S. economy could be ready for another interest rate increase next month, according to the minutes from the central banks April policy meeting released on Wednesday. But some Fed policymakers said they were concerned financial markets could be roiled by a possible British exit from the European Union in a June 23 vote or by Chinas exchange rate policies.

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Japan Stocks end mixed

The Japan share market ended mixed, as expectations for further stimulus measures by the government receded on strong Japanese machinery orders data for March and stronger-than-expected GDP data for January-March quarter. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended up 1.97 points, or 0.01%, to 16646.66. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange finished 1.82 points, or 0.14%, down at 1336.56.

Machinery orders from the Cabinet Office released on Thursday, showing Japans core private-sector machinery orders rebounded 5.5% in March on month after slumping 9.2% in February and surging 15.0% in January, staying on a gradual recovery trend. The leading indicator of business investment in equipment came much stronger the median forecast of +0.5%.

Japans economy expanded a stronger-than-expected 0.4% on quarter, or an annualized 1.7%, in the January-March quarter, as a rebound in consumption and exports offset a drop in business investment, Cabinet Office data released on Wednesday showed. In fiscal 2015 that ended on March 2016, GDP rose 0.8% after falling 0.9% in fiscal 2014 and rising 2% in fiscal 2013.

Shares of insurers were up on the outlook for higher investment returns from an increase in interest rates, sending Dai-ichi Life Insurance Co. 2.8% higher. The group also got a boost from a Nikkei article that said non-life insurance companies may see record profits in the current fiscal year.

Suzuki Motor Corp. jumped 3.5%, after the company elaborated after markets closed Wednesday that its improper testing methods would not result in changes to the fuel-efficiency ratings of its vehicles.

Australia Market falls as miners plunge

Australian share market ended down for second straight session, after domestic jobs data showed lower-than-expected growth in employment and as the minutes from the Federal Reserves April meeting signalled a potential interest rate increase in the near term. Most of ASX sectors declined, with energy and mining stocks being major losers on tracking drop in commodity prices. At close of trade, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index declined 32.90 points, or 0.61%, to 5323.30. The broader All Ordinaries fell 34.90 points, or 0.64%, to 5385.60. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 632 to 379 and 348 ended unchanged.

Miners were the biggest losers with BHP Billiton tumbling 3.7% to A$18.71 and Rio Tinto falling 3.3% to A$44.29. Fortescue Metals fell 5.5% to A$2.94. Gold miners Newcrest Mining dropped 7.5% to A$19.73 and Perseus Mining slumped 6.7% to A$0.555.

Energy shares were in the red too with Origin Energy losing 3.1% to A$5.57 and Santos erasing 3.2% to A$4.23. Woodside was off 1.2% to A$27.

China Stocks extends losses for third day

Mainland China stock market ended down for third straight session after erasing intraday losses amid worries that Beijing might taper monetary stimulus as bad debts mount. Meanwhile, risk confidence was further hit by overnight weakness on the Wall Street after strong U.S. consumer prices and other economic data added to the case for a Federal Reserve interest-rate increase soon. Total 7 out of 10 SSE sectors declined, with energy, telecom, and financial stocks being major losers, while material and IT stocks were major gainers. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dropped 0.61 point, or 0.02%, to 2806.91. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, fell 5.54 points, or 0.18%, to 3062.50.

Shares of gold producers declined, as stronger dollar reduces the appeal of bullion, which doesnt generate any interest-rate return. Shandong Gold Mining Co. fell 1.9%. Western Region Gold Co. lost 1.1%.

Steelmaker shares rallied as President Xi Jinping this week vowed to press ahead with plans to reduce capacity at state-owned enterprises. The State Council, or cabinet, on Wednesday called for a 10% capacity cut at companies managed by the central government. Baoshan Iron & Steel Co., Chinas second-largest mill by output, gained 0.8%.

Hong Kong Market slips 0.67%

The Hong Kong stock market finished lower as risk aversion selloff continued for second day in row after the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled an interest rate hike was on the table for June. Sentiments backpedaled further after Moodys Investors Service warned that global growth to remain muted as Chinas slowdown weighs on. The benchmark Hang Seng Index dropped 132.08 points, or 0.67%, to 19694.33 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, fell 57.81 points, or 0.7%, to 8243.20. Turnover reduced to HK$55.6 billion from HK$58.7 billion on Wednesday.

CNOOC (00883) dipped 1% to HK$9.04 even though Nomura upgraded its rating for the oil major to buy with a higher target price of HK$11. PetroChina (00857) and Sinopec (00386) also declined 2% and 1% to HK$5.21 and HK$5.11.

MRTC (00066) put on 1% to HK$39.1 ahead of going ex-dividend tomorrow. Tencent (00700) dipped 2% to HK$157.2 after it reported quarterly earnings yesterday. A slew of research houses have issued positive comments on its results.

HSBC (00005) gained 3% to HK$49.25, becoming the top blue-chip winner today. The global bank today went ex-dividend. Standard Chartered Bank (02888) soared 5% to HK$59.35. U-presid China (00220) dived 6% to HK$6.77 after Goldman Sachs downgrade. Vinda (03331) declined 5% to HK$13.62 after the company placed HK$398 million shares. Power Assets (00006) shot up 1% to HK$73.9.

Sensex, Nifty hit lowest closing level in almost 2 weeks

Fears that the US central bank may resume raising interest rates in the United States as early as next month pulled Indian markets down. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, lost 304.89 points or 1.19% to settle at 25,399.72. The Nifty lost 86.75 points or 1.1% to settle at 7,783.40.

Stocks of public sector banks, oil exploration and production companies, telecom firms, metal and mining companies and index heavyweights ITC and HDFC led losses for the Sensex and the Nifty. Stocks of exploration and production companies declined as global crude oil prices dropped. Stocks of public sector oil marketing companies (PSU OMCs) rose as crude oil prices fell. Metal and mining stocks dropped as copper prices fell in global commodity markets.

Elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region: New Zealands NZX50 was down 1.13% to 6903.62. South Koreas KOSPI index sank 0.51% to 1946.78. Taiwans Taiex index slipped 0.78% to 8095.98. Malaysias KLCI dropped 0.12% to 1633.76. Indonesias Jakarta Composite index dropped 0.64% to 4704.22. Singapores Straits Times index declined 1.33% to 2740.11.

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Australia Market falls as miners plunge
May 19,2016

Australian share market ended down for second straight session on Thursday, 19 May 2016, after domestic jobs data showed lower-than-expected growth in employment and as the minutes from the Federal Reserves April meeting signalled a potential interest rate increase in the near term. Most of ASX sectors declined, with energy and mining stocks being major losers on tracking drop in commodity prices. At close of trade, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index declined 32.90 points, or 0.61%, to 5323.30. The broader All Ordinaries fell 34.90 points, or 0.64%, to 5385.60. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 632 to 379 and 348 ended unchanged.

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Japan Stocks end mixed
May 19,2016

The Japan share market ended mixed on Thursday, 19 May 2016, as expectations for further stimulus measures by the government receded on strong Japanese machinery orders data for March and stronger-than-expected GDP data for January-March quarter. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended up 1.97 points, or 0.01%, to 16646.66. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange finished 1.82 points, or 0.14%, down at 1336.56.

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China Stocks extends losses for third day
May 19,2016

Mainland China stock market ended down for third straight session after erasing intraday losses on Thursday, 19 May 2016, amid worries that Beijing might taper monetary stimulus as bad debts mount. Meanwhile, risk confidence was further hit by overnight weakness on the Wall Street after strong U.S. consumer prices and other economic data added to the case for a Federal Reserve interest-rate increase soon. Total 7 out of 10 SSE sectors declined, with energy, telecom, and financial stocks being major losers, while material and IT stocks were major gainers. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dropped 0.61 point, or 0.02%, to 2806.91. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, fell 5.54 points, or 0.18%, to 3062.50.

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Hong Kong Market slips 0.67%
May 19,2016

The Hong Kong stock market finished lower on Thursday, 19 May 2016, as risk aversion selloff continued for second day in row after the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled an interest rate hike was on the table for June. Sentiments backpedaled further after Moodys Investors Service warned that global growth to remain muted as Chinas slowdown weighs on. The benchmark Hang Seng Index dropped 132.08 points, or 0.67%, to 19694.33 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, fell 57.81 points, or 0.7%, to 8243.20. Turnover reduced to HK$55.6 billion from HK$58.7 billion on Wednesday.

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Australia Market falls on weak global lead
May 18,2016

Australian share market ended lower on Wednesday, 18 May 2016, as investors elected to book profit made in recent sessions, due to soft lead from Wall Street overnight, with the big banks suffering the most. At close of trade, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index declined 39.70 points, or 0.74%, to 5356.20. The broader All Ordinaries fell 38 points, or 0.7%, to 5420.50. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 598 to 407 and 328 ended unchanged.

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Asia Pacific Market: Stocks fall on Fed rate hike expectations
May 18,2016

Asia Pacific share market declined on Wednesday, 18 May 2016, on tracking weak lead from Wall Street overnight after strong U.S. consumer prices and other economic data added to the case for a rate increase soon.

Stocks were hit by worries about the potential fallout of higher U.S. interest rates on riskier assets. Upbeat U.S. economic data and comments from U.S. Federal Reserve officials helped to heighten investor expectations that interest rates there will rise as early as June.

US Federal Reserve policymaker said on Tuesday that he will push for an interest rate hike in June or July and two others still see up to three rate increases this year.

The latest data showed that US consumer prices rose in April at their fastest pace in three years. The inflation data along with hawkish comments from US Federal Reserve officials raised expectations that the US central bank will pick up the pace of interest rate increases during the current calendar year. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) next undertakes monetary policy review on 14-15 June 2016. Investors in emerging markets, including India are worried that higher interest rates in the US will drain liquidity from emerging markets and redirect it to developed economies.

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Australia Market falls on weak global lead

Australian share market ended lower, as investors elected to book profit made in recent sessions, due to soft lead from Wall Street overnight, with the big banks suffering the most. At close of trade, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index declined 39.70 points, or 0.74%, to 5356.20. The broader All Ordinaries fell 38 points, or 0.7%, to 5420.50. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 598 to 407 and 328 ended unchanged.

The banks and financial stocks declined on profit booking. Elsewhere, Commonwealth Bank slid 0.9% to A$77.99, while National Australia Bank eased 1% to A$27.84 and Westpac Banking Corp backtracked 1.5% to A$29.76. The exception was ANZ Banking Group, which inched down just 0.2% to A$24.46.

Energy stocks were mixed, outperforming the broader market after oil prices rose to a seven-month high overnight. Santos edged up 0.23% to A$4.40, Origin gained 0.4% to A$5.56 and Woodside was off 0.44% to A$27.44.

The materials space also saw outperformance as BHP Billiton added 0.68% to A$19.34 and Fortescue Metals tacked on 0.8% to A$3.17 after the iron ore price jumped 3% overnight. Rio Tinto was the exception among the big names as it gave back 0.46% to A$45.66. Elsewhere, Beacon Lighting plunged 25% after delivering a weak sales update, while Asciano lost 0.34% to A$8.85 as its sale hit another roadblock.

Japan Stocks end mixed

The Japan share market ended mixed after oscillating between positive and negative territory as expectations for further stimulus were dampened by stronger-than-expected GDP data. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended down 8.11 points, or 0.05%, to 16644.69. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange finished 2.53 points, or 0.19%, higher at 1338.38.

Traders were weighing whether the good news from better-than expected economic growth data, released shortly before market open, was good or bad news for markets. Japans economy expanded a stronger-than-expected 0.4% on quarter, or an annualized 1.7%, in the January-March quarter, as a rebound in consumption and exports offset a drop in business investment, Cabinet Office data released Wednesday showed. In fiscal 2015 that ended on March 2016, GDP rose 0.8% after falling 0.9% in fiscal 2014 and rising 2% in fiscal 2013. The growth was supported by a buildup in private-sector inventories and a rise in capex while consumption continued to dip. Most economists had forecast growth would be flat, or only a few tenths of a percentage point at best. The market had expected that a poor reading would spur additional easing measures from the Bank of Japan (BOJ)

Shares of financials were up on hopes better than expected GDP data likely strong enough to prevent full-bore easing measures from the BOJ. Mizuho Financial climbed 2.68%, Mitsubishi UFJ tacked on 4.25% and SMFG rose 3.42%.

Energy shares extended Tuesdays gains as continued concerns over supply outages in Venezuela, Nigeria and Canada boosted oil prices. Inpex jumped 8.09% after rising 3.16% Tuesday.

Auto shares also lost ground, with Honda shedding 1.24%. Suzuki shares tumbled 9.37%, after Japan media reported the company had used improper fuel economy testing methods. Bucking the trend, Mitsubishi Motors added 3.93% after the Nikkei newspaper reported that the car makers president would step down after the April scandal over improper fuel economy data for the companys cars.

China Stocks fall for second day in row

Mainland China stock market declined for second straight session, amid worries that Beijing might taper monetary stimulus as bad debts mount. Meanwhile, risk confidence was further hit by overnight weakness on the Wall Street after strong U.S. consumer prices and other economic data added to the case for a Federal Reserve interest-rate increase soon. Total 9 out of 10 SSE sectors declined, with IT, telecom, material, energy, and consumer goods stocks being major losers. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dropped 36.17 points, or 1.27%, to 2807.51. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, fell 17.98 points, or 0.58%, to 3068.04.

President Xi Jinping this week vowed to press ahead with plans to cut capacity at state-owned enterprises, even as data over the weekend showed industrial production, fixed-asset investment and retail sales all missed estimates. Strong consumer price data in the U.S. and statements from regional Fed presidents pushed up the odds of a June rate increase. A U.S. rate rise may exacerbate Chinese capital outflows, while signs of faster inflation in China may reduce the chances of stimulus.On the economic news front-

Shares of technology and material companies in the CSI 300 suffered the steepest declines among 10 industry groups. Beijing Shiji Information Technology Co. and Neusoft Corp. fell more than 4.8% each. Wuhan Iron & Steel Co. declined 3.1%, while Xiamen Tungsten Co. slumped 3.8%.

Hong Kong Market slips 1.45% as US rate hike fears revive

The Hong Kong stock market finished steeply lower, as risk aversion selloff triggered on tracking weak lead from Wall Street overnight after strong U.S. consumer prices and other economic data added to the case for a rate increase soon. Sentiments were also hammered on tracking selloff in Mainland China A-share market and other regional bourses. The benchmark Hang Seng Index dropped 292.39 points, or 1.45%, to 219826.41 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, fell 124.77 points, or 1.48%, to 8301.01. Turnover reduced to HK$58.7 billion from HK$59.4 billion on Tuesday.

Shares of brokerages went lower after high-ranking Chinese official Zhang Dejiang failed to mention the launch of a trading link between the Hong Kong and Shenzhen stock markets . HKEx (00388) slid 2% to HK$179.9. CC Securities (01375) also dived 7% to HK$3.02. HTSC (06886) slipped 3% to HK$14.9. CITIC Sec (06030) softened 2% to HK$15.62.

Risk of rate hike in the US is rising, property counters were generally pressured. Henderson Land (00012) and SHKP (00016) declined 1% and 1.8% to HK$44.2 and HK$87.1.Geely Auto (00175) bucked the downtrend, rising 2% to HK$3.86. Goldman Sachs upgraded its rating for the stock to conviction buy, with a higher target price of HK$4.61.

Indian Market snaps two-day winning streak

Indian equities came off for the first time in three days on sell-off in auto stocks after some popular car models failed safety crash test and downbeat global cues as strong US data boosted prospects of an interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, fell 69 points or 0.27% to settle at 25,704.61. The Nifty 50 index shed 20.60 points or 0.26% to settle at 7,870.15.

State Bank of India (SBI) edged higher in volatile trade after the state-run bank said it is considering merger of five associate banks with itself. Punjab National Bank edged higher as the stock shrugged off a massive net loss of Rs 5367.14 crore that the bank reported for Q4 March 2016. Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) edged lower after UK-based vehicle testing agency Global New Car Assessment Programme (Global NCAP) said that M&Ms Scorpio sports utility vehicle failed its crash test. Maruti Suzuki India edged lower in volatile trade after Global NCAP said that Marutis Celerio and Eeco car models failed its crash test.

Countrys largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki plunged 0.81% to Rs 3,917 after the firms Celerio and Eeco models failed crash test by safety group Global NCAP. Besides, the parent company, Suzuki, admitting to using improper fuel economy testing methods had a bearing on its shares.Mahindra & Mahindra succumbed 1.59% to Rs 1,320.10 while the overall BSE auto index tanked 1.28%.

Elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region: New Zealands NZX50 was down 0.43% to 6952.50. South Koreas KOSPI index sank 0.32% to 1950.43. Taiwans Taiex index slipped 0.11% to 8150.69. Malaysias KLCI dropped 0.34% to 1630.24. Indonesias Jakarta Composite index rose 0.11% to 4734.36. Singapores Straits Times index declined 0.36% to 2807.51.

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Hong Kong Market slips 1.45% as US rate hike fears revive
May 18,2016

The Hong Kong stock market finished steeply lower on Wednesday, 18 May 2016, as risk aversion selloff triggered on tracking weak lead from Wall Street overnight after strong U.S. consumer prices and other economic data added to the case for a rate increase soon. Sentiments were also hammered on tracking selloff in Mainland China A-share market and other regional bourses. The benchmark Hang Seng Index dropped 292.39 points, or 1.45%, to 219826.41 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, fell 124.77 points, or 1.48%, to 8301.01. Turnover reduced to HK$58.7 billion from HK$59.4 billion on Tuesday.

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China Stocks fall for second day in row
May 18,2016

Mainland China stock market declined for second straight session on Wednesday, 18 May 2016, amid worries that Beijing might taper monetary stimulus as bad debts mount. Meanwhile, risk confidence was further hit by overnight weakness on the Wall Street after strong U.S. consumer prices and other economic data added to the case for a Federal Reserve interest-rate increase soon. Total 9 out of 10 SSE sectors declined, with IT, telecom, material, energy, and consumer goods stocks being major losers. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dropped 36.17 points, or 1.27%, to 2807.51. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, fell 17.98 points, or 0.58%, to 3068.04.

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China Stocks fall on stimulus worries
May 17,2016

Mainland China stock market finished down on Tuesday, 17 May 2016, amid worries that Beijing might taper monetary stimulus after Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged to push ahead with the structural reforms and reduce the countrys debt levels. But losses were limited amid further signs capital outflows are easing. Most sectors fell, with transportation shares leading the decline. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index declined 7.18 points, or 0.25%, to 2843.68. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, fell 9.29 points, or 0.3%, to 3086.02.

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Hong Kong Market rises 1.18%
May 17,2016

The Hong Kong stock market finished sharply higher on Tuesday, 17 May 2016, as risk appetite buying buoyed by tracking positive lead from Wall Street overnight and rally in the other Asian bourses. Meanwhile, buying momentum spirited on hopes of the upcoming launch of the Shenzhen-HK Connect after Chairman of the National Peoples Congress Zhang Dejiang visited HK. Most of the sectoral indices advanced, with energy-related shares leading sectoral rally on gains in crude oil prices. The benchmark Hang Seng Index surged 234.85 points, or 1.18%, to 20118.80 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, grew 113.17 points, or 1.36%, to 8425.78. Turnover rose to HK$59.4 billion from HK$56.4 billion on Monday.

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