Hong Kong shares rebound; CEFC-related stock plunges on probe news

March 1 (Reuters) – Hong Kong shares rebounded on Thursday after two days of sharp falls, with news regarding a probe into CEFC China Energy chairman had limited impact on market sentiment. ** CEFC Chairman Ye Jianming has been investigated for suspected …
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