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Hong Kong stocks struggle after four days of losses

Hong Kong stocks struggled to stay above the water on Friday after four straight day of losses, with the Hang Seng Index off 0.1%.

Bourse operator Hong Kong Exchange & Clearing Ltd. dropped 0.9%, poised to fall for a sixth day in a row, as investors reacted to lower-than-expected volumes in the Hong Kong-Shanghai Stock Connect program. Brokerage firms were also broadly weaker, as Guotai Junan International Holdings Ltd. declined 1.1%, Haitong Securities Co. retreated 1%, and Shenyin Wanguo HK Ltd. pulled back 0.5%.

Most Macau gaming stocks posted losses, as Sands China Ltd. dropped 1%, SJM Holdings Ltd. gave up 0.9%, and Wynn Macau Ltd. slid 2.3% after a Wall Street Journal report said U.S. authorities were probing possible money-laundering violations involving the parent company Wynn Resorts Ltd.

Source : MarketWatch

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China Stock-Index Futures Gain; Benchmark Heads for Weekly Loss

China’s stock-index futures rose as the benchmark index heads for the biggest weekly loss in a month.

Futures on the CSI 300 Index (SHSZ300) expiring in December, the most-active contract, gained 0.2 percent to 2,550.40 at 9:16 a.m. local time. The Shanghai Composite Index (SHCOMP) climbed 0.1 percent to 2,452.66 yesterday, paring this week’s decline to 1.1 percent, the biggest loss since the five days ended Oct. 24. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng China Enterprises Index (HSCEI) was little changed at 10,379.43.

The CSI 300 Index was little changed. The Hang Seng Index lost 0.1 percent. The Bloomberg China-US Equity Index, the measure of the most-traded U.S.-listed Chinese companies, retreated 0.2 percent in New York.

Shares of lenders may be active. The central bank is considering changing the way it calculates loan-to-deposit ratios, a government official briefed on the matter said, signaling efforts to boost credit as the economy falters.

Savings that banks hold for non-deposit-taking financial institutions may be classified as deposits, the person said, declining to be identified as he’s not authorized to speak publicly about the matter. Money that banks lend to such institutions would be classified as loans, according to the official. The changes may take effect Jan. 1.

Source : Bloomberg

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Gold Heading for Longest Stretch of Weekly Increases Since July

Gold headed for a third weekly advance after rallying to a two-week high as investors weighed signs of increased purchases against expectations for higher borrowing costs in the U.S.

Bullion for immediate delivery traded at $ 1,192.03 an ounce by 10:31 a.m. in Singapore from $ 1,193.79 yesterday, according to Bloomberg generic pricing. The metal rose on Nov. 18 to $ 1,204.68, the highest since Oct. 30, and had added 0.3 percent this week. A third week of gains would be the longest run since the period ended July 11.

Data yesterday showed Russia boosted gold reserves last month and Switzerland was a net exporter of the metal for the first time this year. Volumes for the Shanghai Gold Exchange’s benchmark spot contract have been above this year’s average every day after the week-long National Day holiday in October. Bullion is still on course for a second yearly decline as the Federal Reserve moves closer to raising interest rates amid lower energy prices, while other central banks add to stimulus.

The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index traded near a five-year high as data this week showed Japan was in recession. Manufacturing from Europe to China slowed, while existing home sales in the U.S. rose and jobless claims fell.

Source : Bloomberg

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