HK stocks fall for fifth day but Esprit still in favour


(Adds quotes, details) By Susan Fenton HONG KONG, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks fell for a fifth straight day on Wednesday as minor gains in property plays and defensive stocks were offset by further weakness in the telecoms sector and a dip in banking giant HSBC Holdings , but war fears dampened overall trade. However, global fashion retailer Esprit Holdings continued to outperform, climbing 1.3 percent to HK$15.55. As war jitters discourage speculative trade, Esprit is seen ...

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