Asian Exchanges / H.K. stocks rise for 3rd day on U.S. data;...
Hong Kong stocks rose for a third day Monday, with the city's benchmark index closing at a three-month high, as Chinese developers gained on higher home prices and U.S. consumer sentiment topped estimates.
Asian Exchanges / H.K. stocks rebound from 2-day drop on consumer...
Hong Kong shares rose Wednesday, with the Hang Seng Index rebounding from its biggest two-day drop in a month, as consumer stocks Li & Fung Ltd.
The Washington Post
Asian Stocks Advances as Nikkei 225 Surges Above 15,000
Asian stocks rose as Japan's Nikkei 225 Stock Average climbed above 15,000 for the first time since January 2008 after the yen touched a 4 1/2-year low against the dollar, boosting the earnings outlook for exporters.
Hong Kong shares to open up 0.6 pct, Li & Fung jumps
Hong Kong shares are poised to start higher on Wednesday, with index gains buoyed by a 6 percent jump for supply chain manager Li & Fung after its chairman was reported to have said earnings this year will rebound to 2011 levels.
European, US retailers split on Bangladesh reform plan
STOCKHOLM/CHICAGO - Major U.S. retailers, including Gap Inc, declined to endorse an accord on Bangladesh building and fire safety backed by Europe's two biggest fashion chains, a trans-Atlantic divide that may dilute garment industry reform efforts.
American Society for Quality
Anger Builds In Bangladesh
Rescue officials in Bangladesh said this Tuesday they had given up hope of finding more survivors from a garment factory complex that collapsed killing hundreds, as the government came under pressure to do more to enforce building safety standards.
Meet the Brooklyn Agency That White-Labels Clothing for Big Marketers
If alternative marketing agency Vice and white-label clothier Li & Fung birthed an offspring, it would be brand-development firm the Supply System.
WRAPUP 2-Anger builds as Bangladesh gives up hope of more survivors
Rescue officials in Bangladesh said on Tuesday they had given up hope of finding more survivors from a garment factory complex that collapsed killing hundreds, as the government came under pressure to do more to enforce building safety standards.