China, Hong Kong shares little changed on weak sentiment after Trump notes there is ‘a long way to go’ on tariffs if he feels like it

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Mainland and Hong Kong stocks ended little changed, as the US-China trade dispute returned to investors’ minds after US President Donald Trump raised the possibility of imposing more tariffs – if he wanted. The Shanghai Composite Index on Wednesday fell 0.2 per cent to 2,931.69, with liquor and health care stocks among losers. It…

China, Hong Kong shares little changed on weak sentiment after Trump notes there is ‘a long way to go’ on tariffs if he feels like it

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Mainland and Hong Kong stocks ended little changed, as the US-China trade dispute returned to investors’ minds after US President Donald Trump raised the possibility of imposing more tariffs – if he wanted. The Shanghai Composite Index on Wednesday fell 0.2 per cent to 2,931.69, with liquor and health care stocks among losers. It…

China, Hong Kong shares little changed on weak sentiment after Trump notes there is ‘a long way to go’ on tariffs if he feels like it

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Mainland and Hong Kong stocks ended little changed, as the US-China trade dispute returned to investors’ minds after US President Donald Trump raised the possibility of imposing more tariffs – if he wanted. The Shanghai Composite Index on Wednesday fell 0.2 per cent to 2,931.69, with liquor and health care stocks among losers. It…

Alibaba shareholders approve one-to-eight stock split, which could ease potential Hong Kong secondary listing

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Alibaba Group Holding’s shareholders overwhelmingly approved a 1-to-8 split of the company’s US-listed stock, a move the company has said would give it greater flexibility for raising capital, including issuing new shares, according to a US securities filing late on Monday.The approval comes as the company is reportedly considering a secondary listing of its…

Alibaba shareholders approve one-to-eight stock split, which could ease potential Hong Kong secondary listing

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Alibaba Group Holding’s shareholders overwhelmingly approved a 1-to-8 split of the company’s US-listed stock, a move the company has said would give it greater flexibility for raising capital, including issuing new shares, according to a US securities filing late on Monday.The approval comes as the company is reportedly considering a secondary listing of its…