Around the world's markets: Hong Kong
Thursday 08 October 1998
The Hang Seng index closed up 180.18 points at 7,744.72, while the rate Hong Kong banks charge each other for three-month loans dropped to 7.625 per cent, the lowest since 25 May, as the yen soared against the dollar.
The `Red Chip' index of Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong fell 0.8 per cent after the collapse of Gitic Enterprises.
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