Nov 25 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares edged up on Thursday as
tech giants Alibaba and Tencent bounced back after continuous
The Hang Seng index rose 0.2%, to 24,740.16, while
the China Enterprises Index gained 0.2%, to 8,809.72
** Alibaba Group rebounded 2.7% after falling for
six straight sessions on disappointing earnings, while Tencent
Holdings gained 1.2%.
** The Hang Seng Tech Index added 1.1%, even
though the uncertainty over the tech crackdown remained.
** China has required Tencent Holdings submit any
new apps or updates for inspection before they can be uploaded
after a number of its apps were found to have infringed users'
rights and interests, Chinese state media reported on Wednesday.
** The healthcare sub-index rose 1.5%, and the
industrials sub-index went up 1.1%.
** China's Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd surged nearly
14% after it said it wants to extend the maturity of a $400
million bond by a year and a half - part of the property
developer's efforts to avoid a messy default and resolve a
** China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group
jumped more than 10% after it's onshore unit raised its
registered capital by 39% to $3.5 billion.
(Reporting by the Shanghai Newsroom)