Shares of Bossini International Holdings, the beleaguered Hong Kong clothing giant, doubled on Thursday as investors piled in on hopes Chinese gymnastics star Li Ning’s offer to buy a majority stake might revive its dwindling fortunes.Hong Kong-listed shares of Bossini skyrocketed by 99 per cent to close at HK$0.5, against a 0.5 per cent decline in the benchmark Hang Seng Index.The stock has gained a stunning 233 per cent over the past five trading days, after a joint venture controlled by Viva…


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