Hong Kong stocks rose as lenders gained for a second day after Chinese bank loans increased, and as commodity producers climbed on higher oil and metal prices.
Skyworth Digital Holdings Ltd. , a Chinese television maker, dropped to its lowest in a month in Hong Kong trading as sales growth at its China unit missed expectations.
Asian stocks rose, sending the regional benchmark index to the highest level in four months, as equities in Hong Kong jumped amid speculation China will do more to support the property market.
"It's been quiet the last few days, so investors are less concerned about ongoing protests."
- Castor Pang on Oct 28, 2014