Hong Kong stocks open marginally weaker
A man walks past a screen displaying stock index outside a local bank in Hong Kong Monday, June 18, 2012. AP FILE PHOTO
Hong Kong – Hong Kong stocks opened marginally weaker on Monday, edging down just 0.16 percent after Wall Street rebounded, helped by a deal on a 130 billion euro ($163 billion) stimulus plan for the eurozone.
The benchmark Hang Seng Index slipped 30.27 points to 18,964.86 in the first few minutes of trade.
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