Monday GREAT Eagle reported a 7.7 per cent drop in net profit to $491 million for the six months to March 31, 1995, blaming a decrease in profits from the sale of floor space in Citibank Plaza. Cheung Kong announced it would release another 128 flats in Block 14 of Kingswood Villas after an enthusiastic response to the offering of phase seven last week. Tuesday A STOCK exchange floor trader was banned from the floor and rigorous restrictions imposed on her employer for helping other brokers to cheat their clients. Geraldine Wong Pui-ching of K S Kam & Co was banned under Section 39 of the Securities Ordinance. US bonds surged after a report that retail sales rose less than expected last month, boosting optimism the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates some time this summer. Wednesday THE Motor Traders Association of Hong Kong expects another 1,000 people will be sacked by the end of the year. Chairman Mike Rushworth said this would bring the number of jobless in the car trade to 2,000 people. Electronics manufacturer and trader Wong's Kong King International announced it would slash 200 jobs as it concentrated on core businesses. The company's consumer products division drove it to a pre-tax loss of $76.5 million for the year to December. Thursday PROPERTY sales registered with the Government last month fell 10 per cent month-on-month to 11,688 transactions. The total is historically quite high, but a further drop is expected in the official Government monthly figures when they are announced later this month. Friday A SECURITIES and Futures Commission investigation into Paragon Holdings recommended freezing 51.43 million Paragon shares and launching a probe into suspected false accounting, forgery and conspiracy to defraud.