Protest continues to hammer Hong Kong stocks

Hong Kong stocks dropped almost 1 percent on Thursday, extending the week's sell-off as the city reeled from another day of protests that badly...

Stocks softer global sentiment remains subdued

The JSE retreated on Wednesday as it tracked weaker global sentiment which was ignited by Donald Trump's threats of additional tariffs if no deal...

Sensex ends 229 points lower, PSU banks worst hit

Mumbai (Maharashtra) , Nov 13 (ANI): Equity benchmark indices ended lower on Wednesday in line with global stocks as investors doubted that the US-China...

Tencent profit misses lowest estimate as Chinese economy sputters

Tencent Holdings posted quarterly earnings that missed the lowest analyst's estimate after a weakening economy hurt advertising revenue.Net income fell 13% to ¥20.4bn (R43bn)...

Hong Kong Open: H.S. Prannoy enters second round

Hong Kong, Nov 13 (ANI): Indian shuttler H.S. Prannoy progressed to the second round of the ongoing Hong Kong Open here on Wednesday. Prannoy defeated...

Violence intensifies as protests continue in Hong Kong

Hong Kong, Nov 13 (ANI): The anti-government protests in Hong Kong intensified on Wednesday following clashes with the police overnight and a violent standoff...

CUHK students’ union seeks injunction against police

The Chinese University’s student union president, Jacky So, has applied for an injunction to ban police from entering campus without a warrant or the...

Tai Po residents turn to bicycles to get around

What do you do if you live in Tai Po and your two main transport links to Kowloon – the Tolo Highway, and the...

John Lee, Matthew Cheung back police actions at CUHK

Top officials of the Carrie Lam administration on Wednesday defended the actions taken by the police at the Chinese University overnight, after an hours-long...

Blood flows as police tackle protesters in Central

Riot police took swift action against protesters in Exchange Square and elsewhere in Central on Wednesday lunchtime, subduing a number of people.A young man...

All schools to be closed on Thursday after ‘attacks’

The Education Bureau has announced that all of the city's schools will be closed on Thursday for safety reasons, adding that some have suffered...

Morning protests leave Yuen Long paralysed

Life in Yuen Long was severely disrupted on Wednesday morning as protesters blocked a major intersection and the MTR stopped West Rail Line services...

Defiant protesters show up at CUHK after clashes

Several hundreds of defiant protesters were still on the campus of Chinese University in Sha Tin on Wednesday, despite the night of chaos and...

Police evacuate mainland CUHK students by boat

A group of mainland students at Chinese University fled the campus in Sha Tin by police boat on Wednesday, the force said, after they...

Democrat Andrew Chiu to lose ear after Taikoo attack

Democratic Party district councillor Andrew Chiu said on Wednesday that he will lose an ear that was bitten off during a vicious attack last...

Police tactics in Central leave some people fuming

Hong Kong's central business district again witnessed protests and police action on Wednesday, leaving some people who were in the area angry at officers'...

CUHK is being used as a weapons factory: police

Police said on Wednesday that the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) appears to have been turned into a "weapons factory", as they gave...

Equity indices flat in early trade, Britannia gains by over 5 pc

Mumbai (Maharashtra) , Nov 13 (ANI): Equity benchmark indices were flat during early hours on Wednesday as Asian stocks slipped with global investors doubting...

HSI sheds over 490 points as violence rocks HK again

Hong Kong stocks plunged on Wednesday as investors braced for further unrest following days of violent protests that have almost ground parts of the...

Limited train, bus services greet evening commuters

Commuters heading home on Wednesday were met with limited services and delays as many roads remained blocked and the MTR said 14 of its...

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