Real estate companies boost the Hang Seng, which closes with a rise of 1.03%

EFE / EPA / ALEX PLAVEVSKI / Archive

Beijing, Feb 23 (EFE) .- The gains in the real estate sector boosted the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Tuesday, whose benchmark index, the Hang Seng, closed the session with a rise of 1.03%.
The selective Hong Kong finished at 30,632.64 points, while the index that measures the behavior of mainland Chinese companies listed on the Hong Kong stock market, the Hang Seng China Enterprises, added 0.13%.
Three of the sub-indices of the parquet closed in green: Real Estate (2.78%), Services (2.51%) and Finance (2%), while that of Commerce and Industry fell 0.13%.
In the financial sector, advances for almost all securities, including ICBC (2.73%), China Construction Bank (2.08%) and the HSBC group (0.43%).
Among the technological, losses for Tencent (0.91%), Alibaba (1.2%) and Xiaomi (3.1%).
The pharmaceutical company Sino Biopharm stood out today, which today added 12.03% after having yielded more than 3% in the previous day.
Good results among energy companies, with gains of 3.21% for Petrochina, 3.41% for Sinopec and 3.38% for Cnooc.
Among state-owned telcos, China Mobile added 0.45%, but China Unicom dropped 1.85% on Monday after rising 6.3% on Monday.
The day was led by the real estate sector, with copious gains for titles such as CK Asset (4.91%), the conglomerate Sun Hung Kai Properties (5.07%) or New World Development (5.17%).
The business volume of the session was 267,470 million Hong Kong dollars (34,498 million dollars, 28,360 million euros).

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