Beijing, Oct 8 (EFE) .- The Hang Seng, the benchmark index of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, grew by 0.55% today, on a day in which the increases in Chinese technology companies and insurance companies stood out.
The selective gained 136.12 points, to 24,837.85, while the index that measures the behavior of mainland Chinese companies listed on the Hong Kong stock market, the Hang Seng China Enterprises, grew 0.72%.
The sub-indices suffered different fates: Commerce and Industry and Financial rose 0.78% and 0.4% respectively and Real Estate and Services fell 0.06% and 0.09% respectively.
The indebted Evergrande group remains unlisted on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since last October 4 it suspended trading of its listed securities.
Chinese technology giant Alibaba, drug distributor Ali Health and insurer China Life led the biggest revaluations of the day after growing 5.56%, 4.41% and 4.17%, respectively.
Other tech companies such as Tencent and Meituan also performed well, growing 2.20% and 2.07%, respectively.
Apart from the aforementioned China Life, the rises of the insurance company Ping An (2.75%) and that of Hang Seng Bank (2.01%) stood out in the Financial sub-index.
Among the companies that closed the day with losses, the bump of the acoustic components manufacturer Aac Tech stood out, which fell by 12.58%.
Pharmaceutical company Wuxi Bio and sports brand Li Ning suffered falls of 5.88% and 5.81%, respectively.
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