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Prev Close 20.34
Open 20.91
Day Low/High 20.91 / 21.94
52 Wk Low/High 15.82 / 20.79
Volume 69.77K
Exchange OTC
Shares Outstanding 2.32B
Market Cap 47.11B
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Superman Li Ka-shing Flies Away With $2.95 Billion in a Very Smart Trade

Li Ka-shing is the richest man in Hong Kong, and a notoriously good trader. I'll walk you through a very complex deal that shows how he makes his money.

Hong Kong Has to Weather Passing Tycoons

Hong Kong's original tycoons are a dying breed. Where does that leave the companies that they began?

Don't Fear Every Financial Stock

Some of the most interesting investment plays can come from the unlikeliest of places.

Asian Markets Remain Volatile

Hon Kong's Hang Seng is up, the Shanghai Composite is down.

Asia Stocks: Hong Kong, Tokyo Rise

The Shanghai Composite Index falls 151 points, or nearly 4%, to 3668, representing the lowest close since July.

China Stocks Sit Out Asia Rally

Even the region's rising indices were up less than expected after the U.S. gains. For more on China, find out in the video to the left why Patrick Schultz likes CNOOC.

Asia's Stocks Finish Higher

The Hang Seng rises 290 points, or 1.3%, to 22,995.

Hong Kong Higher on Better Volume

The Hang Seng outshone the Shanghai composite, which fell 2.4%.

Nikkei Escapes Asia Selloff

The Hang Seng drops 198 points, or 0.8%.

Asia's Hot Property: Real Estate Stocks

REITs and developers in Japan and Hong Kong could be very kind to investors this year.

Shanghai Skirts Asian Selloff

Most markets are weak, including a 1.9% drop in the Nikkei.

Rate Hopes Buoy Asian Markets

Property stocks led the rally that spread through most of the region.

Sluggish Day for Asia's Stocks

Most markets end in flat or negative territory.

Asia Recovers on Citi News

Abu Dhabi's investment buoyed investors. But one money manager sees China's market as wildly overvalued.

Asian Markets Chase U.S. Rally

Tuesday's U.S. stock rally carried over to the Asian markets.

Mixed Day for Asia's Stocks

Japan falls, while Hong Kong climbs.