Index Performance Review

(24 Feb - 3 Mar 2017)
CES Gaming Top 10 Index (CES G10) jumped 2.9% last week, responding to a higher-than-expected Macau’s gross gaming revenue (USD2.9 billion) in February, the highest amount since January 2015.  
Hong Kong stocks retreated to a three-week low as market was cautious over possible rate hike. Hong Kong's benchmark (excl. dual-listed H-share) CES SCHK100 declined 0.8%, outperformed most other major indices.
CES China Private Elite Index (CES CPE), a new benchmark for China’s non-state owned enterprises (non-SOEs) dropped 0.7%.
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