Hong Kong — Tencent Holdings, China’s biggest gaming and social media firm by revenue, trumped forecasts to post its best-ever quarterly results, driven by higher income from smartphone games, payments and online advertising. Shares in JSE-listed Naspers, which owns about a third of Tencent, were up 3.53% at R2,904.07 at lunchtime on Wednesday.

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