Hong Kong stocks open 0.35 percent higher
HONG KONG–Hong Kong stocks opened 0.35 percent higher on Friday, recouping some of their losses from the previous session, which saw steep falls in line with a regional sell-off.
The benchmark Hang Seng Index rose 79.6 points to 22,749.28 in the first minutes of trade.
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