Lee Shau-kee purchased 6.63 million shares worth HK$350 million between March 26 and March 28 at an average price of HK$52.84 each. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Lee Shau-kee purchased 6.63 million shares worth HK$350 million between March 26 and March 28 at an average price of HK$52.84 each. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Lee Shau-kee purchased 6.63 million shares worth HK$350 million between March 26 and March 28 at an average price of HK$52.84 each. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Robert Halili
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Robert Halili

Directors extend share-buying binge as sales rebound

Stock buyback activity among listed firms also surges in sixth straight week of shopping spree

Lee Shau-kee purchased 6.63 million shares worth HK$350 million between March 26 and March 28 at an average price of HK$52.84 each. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Lee Shau-kee purchased 6.63 million shares worth HK$350 million between March 26 and March 28 at an average price of HK$52.84 each. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Lee Shau-kee purchased 6.63 million shares worth HK$350 million between March 26 and March 28 at an average price of HK$52.84 each. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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