HK stocks up 0.9 percent, China plays gain


(Adds Thursday midday close) HONG KONG, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks rose to six-week highs on Thursday, gaining 0.9 percent, as investors chased China consumer plays such as Denway Motors along with China resource shares. "It is end of quarter window dressing and China plays are following a higher mainland market. There have been some big funds coming in," said Peter Lai, director at DBS Vickers. H-shares, or China enterprise stocks rose 2.3 percent thanks to healthy gains in ...

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