Among stocks that fell, Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings Ltd (裕元工業), which supplies Nike Inc, tumbled 14 percent to HK$23.20, the biggest weekly drop since November 2008. The shoemaker said first-quarter results demonstrated a significant downturn and interim results may also be affected by rising costs and the relocation of a factory.
In other markets on Friday:
Manila rose 0.94 percent, or 67.95 points, from Thursday to 7,262.38.
Mumbai rose 0.72 percent, or 143.58 points, to 20,082.62.
Wellington rose 0.29 percent, or 13.44 points, to 4,652.78.