HK stocks open lower, CNOOC falls to profit-taking


(Updates with opening level, stock moves) HONG KONG, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks opened lower on Friday, after the United States said Iraq was in "material breach" of a United Nations disarmament resolution, intensifying fears that a war between the two is all but inevitable. The benchmark Hang Seng Index dipped 0.6 percent to 9,500.89 points by 10:07 (0207 GMT), holding steady at the key psychological support level of 9,500. Trade was light with only HK$527 million (US$67.6 ...

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