Mon Dec 28, 2009 8:59pm EST
Related News

    * HK stocks end easier; property down after auction
      3:09am EST
    * HK stocks open up 0.49 pct; Sino-Ocean Land up
      Sun, Dec 27 2009
    * HK shares close up; property issues, Geely rise
      Wed, Dec 23 2009
    * HK stocks open up 0.23 pct; Geely rises
      Wed, Dec 23 2009
    * HK, China shares rise; China Pacific up on debut
      Wed, Dec 23 2009


Hunan Nonferrous Metals Corporation Limited
8:37am GMT+0700

Carpenter Tan Holdings Limited
8:36am GMT+0700

8:36am GMT+0700

 HONG KONG, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares opened up 0.30
percent on Tuesday, tracking firmer overseas markets and buoyed
by rising oil and metals prices, while consumer-related issues
are seen in focus on optimism over their longer term prospects as
China's economy grows.

 Hunan Nonferrous Metals (2626.HK) was down 1.11 percent at
HK$3.56 as the stock resumed trading after it said its new
controlling shareholder may make a general offer for all
outstanding shares it did not own at a highly discounted HK$1.73

 Market debutant Carpenter Tan Holdings (0837.HK) was at
HK$3.50 up 35.7 percent from the issue price of HK$2.58 per
share. Schramm holdings AG (0955.HK) debuted at HK$38.80, up 4.9
percent from its issue price of HK$37.

 The benchmark Hang Seng Index .HSI opened 64.22 points
higher at 21,544.44. The China Enterprises Index .HSCE of top
locally listed mainland Chinese stocks gained 0.40 percent to
 (Reporting by Donny Kwok; Editing by Chris Lewis)

These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages.
  • Digg
  • Sphinn
  • Facebook
  • Mixx
  • Google
  • Furl
  • Reddit
  • Spurl
  • StumbleUpon
  • Technorati