HONG KONG, June 16 (Reuters) - Top Hong Kong shares climbed on Wednesday but ended off their highs as a poor debut by China Shipping Container Lines undermined investor confidence. The benchmark Hang Seng Index , which groups 33 blue-chip stocks, ended the session up 0.92 percent, or 111.09 points, at 12,161.78. The market rose after muted U.S. inflation data eased worries that the U.S. Federal Reserve would raise interest rates aggressively in the territory's second largest trading ...
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