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China stocks rise on cautious Fed rate view

SHANGHAI, Oct 9- China stocks rose on Friday in line with stronger global markets amid growing expectations that the U.S. China's flagship indexes extended Thursday's 3 percent gains in a holiday-shortened week. China's third-quarter earnings season kicked into gear on Friday, with Shenzhen- listed Shandong Wohua Pharmaceutical Co reporting a 252 percent...
Source: Reuters
China, Hong Kong stocks rise as fears of near-term U.S rate hike recede

*China's Q3 earnings season kicks into gear. SHANGHAI, Oct 9- China and Hong Kong stocks rose on Friday, tracking gains in global markets on growing expectations that the U.S. China's flagship indexes extended Thursday's 3 percent gains.
Source: Reuters
China stocks climb 3 pct on global market rebound but wary of earnings, econ data

SHANGHAI, Oct 8- China stocks posted their biggest rise in two trading weeks on Thursday, catching up to a rebound in global markets after a week-long holiday, but trading remained thin, reflecting investor worries about the cooling economy. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen rose 2.9 percent to 3,296.48 points, while the...
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China stocks jump at open, catching up after global market rebound

SHANGHAI, Oct 8- Chinese stocks opened up over 3 percent on Thursday, its first day of trade after a week-long holiday, catching up with gains posted in global markets. During Oct 1-7, when Chinese markets were closed for the National Day holiday, Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index gained 8 percent, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose nearly 4 percent while global oil...
Source: Reuters
Asian stocks recover from global rout, but post dismal Q3

Asian stocks largely advanced on Wednesday, recovering from the carnage in the previous session following a modestly positive lead from Wall Street overnight.
Source: CNBC.com | By: See Kit Tang
Global funds buying main Asian indexes missing out on winners

SINGAPORE, Sept 30- Global investors buying the major Asia stock indexes as proxies for the region's economic fortunes are getting less bang for their buck as major exporting firms face earnings pressure amid depressed demand. The indexes that global funds usually buy such as the MSCI Asia ex- Japan index, Japan's Nikkei 225 and the India's Sensex, are...
Source: Reuters | By: Nichola Saminather
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares rally, but on track for worst quarterly loss in 4 years

TOKYO/ SINGAPORE, Sept 30- Asian stock markets rallied on Wednesday after sliding to 3- year lows, but concerns lingered over slumping commodities prices and China's cooling economy. European markets were set to follow Asia higher, with financial spreadbetters expecting Britain's FTSE 100, Germany's DAX and France's CAC 40 to open as much as 1.2 percent...
Source: Reuters | By: Shinichi Saoshiro and Nichola Saminather
China, Hong Kong stocks rebound, as automakers surge on gov't support steps

SHANGHAI, Sept 30- Stocks in China and Hong Kong rebounded on Wednesday morning, as auto shares surged on government support measures, fanning hopes that Beijing will unveil further steps to prop up other struggling sectors. Hong Kong stocks, which tumbled to a two-year low on Tuesday, also bounced in morning trading, with the flagship Hang Seng index up 1.4...
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares rally, but still on track for quarterly losses

*Nikkei gains, brushing aside Japan industrial output drop. TOKYO/ SINGAPORE, Sept 30- Most Asian stock markets rallied on Wednesday after sliding to 3- year lows but concerns lingered over a weak outlook for commodities and China's economic growth. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.5 percent at 0237 GMT after plumbing its...
Source: Reuters | By: Shinichi Saoshiro and Nichola Saminather
Asian shares hurt by sell-off in commodity stocks

Asian shares plummeted on Tuesday, with commodity plays among the biggest casualties on the back of persistent worries over China's economy.
Source: CNBC.com | By: See Kit Tang