The buying rebounded, while the selling among directors rose for the third straight week, filings to the Hong Kong stock exchange from June 3 to 7 show. A total of 29 companies recorded 160 purchases worth HK$486 million, versus 16 firms with 73 disposals worth HK$125 million.Wednesday, 12 June, 2013, 10:30am
Buying and selling of their own company shares by directors were down for the holiday-shortened week of April 29 to May 3.
Buyers outweighed sellers, with 23 companies reporting 75 purchases worth HK$45.7 million, compared with 11 companies reporting 47 disposals worth HK$34.4 million.6 May 2013 - 3:34am
Directors bought fewer of their own company shares for the second straight week in the last full week of April, according to filings to the stock exchange, after seven weeks of increased buying.29 Apr 2013 - 4:11am
Directors snapped an eight-week run of rising insider buys last week, with 40 companies reporting 171 purchases worth HK$276 million, based on filings to the stock exchange for the third week of April.
The figures were down from the previous week's 51 companies that reported 212 purchases worth HK$832 million.22 Apr 2013 - 2:50am
Buying rose for the sixth straight week and selling among directors rebounded, based on filings to the stock exchange during the holiday-shortened week of April 2 to 5. The number of filings was high during the three-day trading week, with 25 firms recording 98 purchases worth HK$679 million versus nine firms with 26 disposals worth HK$42 million.8 Apr 2013 - 3:17am
Directors' purchases of shares in their own companies rose for a fifth straight week and selling fell, based on filings to the stock exchange for the holiday-shortened week of March 25 to 28.1 Apr 2013 - 4:04am