The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong today lost 0.04 percent (8.49 points) and adds to the negative time lived in major Asian markets.
The Hang Seng closed at 19,800.64 over integers.
The trading volume reached 48,960 million Hong Kong dollars (about 6,310 million dollars).
The financial index was the only one who closed with losses, falling 0.49%, while real estate rose by 1.32 percent, services 0.75% and commercial and industrial 0.08%.
Shares of banking giant HSBC, parquet heavyweight, fell 0.73%, and its local unit Hang Seng Bank, added a 0, 28%.
The main Chinese financial stocks listed on the Hang Seng also ended mixed on the one hand ICBC lost 0.70%, 2.58% IAA added and Bank of China fell 1, 03%.
Sun Hung Kai, the largest Hong Kong real estate developer by market value, added 1.33%, Cheung Kong fell 0.25% Properties and Henderson Land added 0.89% .
PetroChina, the country’s largest oil company, fell 0.5%, and Sinopec, China’s top refiner, fell 0.89%.
Outside the Hang Seng Index “H”, which groups major Chinese state-owned, registered a decline of 0.24%, equivalent to 23.29 points, to close at 9679.62 integers.
China Mobile, the incumbent mobile phone in China, lost 0.17%.
Change of the day: U.S. $ 1 = $ 7.75 in Hong Kong, 1 euro = $ 9.59 in Hong Kong.