(Updates with midday level, stock moves) By Tay Han Nee HONG KONG, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks reversed course to end slightly higher on Friday, as bargain-hunting emerged on some oversold blue chips but gains were modest as the looming threat of war in the Middle East kept investors wary. Hong Kong's dominant fixed-line operator PCCW Ltd staged a late-session rebound on news the debt-laden firm planned to make an early repayment of US$118 million in debt due in 2007. The ...
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