(Adds Monday midday close) HONG KONG, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks inched up 0.13 percent on Monday, after a fall in oil prices and a day ahead of a closely-watched land auction. Hong Kong's blue-chip Hang Seng Index gained 19.84 points to 15,163.81 by the midday recess. Turnover was light at HK$3.85 billion ($494 million), compared to HK$9.7 billion on Friday morning. "Investors seem to be quite cautious ahead of the land auction, but trading may pick up towards the end of the ...
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