Hong Kong shares opened in the green on Friday, with the benchmark Hang Seng up 0.9% in morning trade. taking cues from wall street Which witnessed the much-awaited rebound a day back. shares of alibaba And JD.com while climbed close to 1% baidu The stock climbed close to 2%. Meituan The stock dropped nearly 3% in morning trading.
|alibaba group holding Ltd Dad||1.05%|
|JD.com ink range||1.1%|
|Baidu Inc Beedu||2.09%|
|Tencent Holdings Limited TCEHY||0.6%|
|NIO Inc nio||-0.06%|
|XPEng Inc XPEV||1.73%|
|Lee Auto ink Took||2.48%|
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Top gainers and losers: meituan And Alibaba Health Information Technology Limited Hang Seng components were the biggest losers, down between 3% and 2.5% in morning trade. China Life Insurance Company Limited And Hang Lung Properties Limited are the top gainers, rising over 2% and 1.8%, respectively.
Global News: US futures were trading in the red in the Asia session on Friday morning. Dow Jones futures lost 0.06% while Nasdaq futures fell 0.09%. S&P 500 futures were trading lower by 0.12%.
Elsewhere in Asia Pacific, Australia’s ASX 200 was trading 0.46% higher. Japan’s Nikkei 225 traded 0.28% higher while China’s Shanghai Composite index rose 0.56%. South Korea’s Kospi lost 1.93%.