HK stocks tap 6-week highs as funds flow in on yuan talk


(Adds Tuesday close, comment, detail) By Tara Joseph HONG KONG, April 26 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks rose to six-week highs on Tuesday, ending 0.8 percent higher in broad-based buying as funds poured into shares on speculation that the yuan may be revalued. Global retailer and blue chip Esprit Holdings hit record highs while the city's largest property developer Sun Hung Kai Properties rose to its highest levels since early January. "Our market is flooded with funds," said Peter ...

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