Pedestrians walk past an electronic board displaying stock indexes in Hong Kong on September 29, 2015. Mining giant Glencore was the stand-out loser in Hong Kong share trading, shedding more than a quarter of its value and dragging the Hang Seng Index as China's economic woes hit demand for commodities. Photo: AFP Pedestrians walk past an electronic board displaying stock indexes in Hong Kong on September 29, 2015. Mining giant Glencore was the stand-out loser in Hong Kong share trading, shedding more than a quarter of its value and dragging the Hang Seng Index as China's economic woes hit demand for commodities. Photo: AFP
Pedestrians walk past an electronic board displaying stock indexes in Hong Kong on September 29, 2015. Mining giant Glencore was the stand-out loser in Hong Kong share trading, shedding more than a quarter of its value and dragging the Hang Seng Index as China's economic woes hit demand for commodities. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong's benchmark index closes up 3.13pc on rising oil prices and expectations of further central government stimulus

Pedestrians walk past an electronic board displaying stock indexes in Hong Kong on September 29, 2015. Mining giant Glencore was the stand-out loser in Hong Kong share trading, shedding more than a quarter of its value and dragging the Hang Seng Index as China's economic woes hit demand for commodities. Photo: AFP Pedestrians walk past an electronic board displaying stock indexes in Hong Kong on September 29, 2015. Mining giant Glencore was the stand-out loser in Hong Kong share trading, shedding more than a quarter of its value and dragging the Hang Seng Index as China's economic woes hit demand for commodities. Photo: AFP
Pedestrians walk past an electronic board displaying stock indexes in Hong Kong on September 29, 2015. Mining giant Glencore was the stand-out loser in Hong Kong share trading, shedding more than a quarter of its value and dragging the Hang Seng Index as China's economic woes hit demand for commodities. Photo: AFP
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