(Adds comments, details) HONG KONG, June 1 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks were slightly higher in early Tuesday trade in directionless trade, amid oil price rise fears and on caution ahead of the U.S. open after a one day holiday. The benchmark Hang Seng Index was up 0.28 percent, or 34.14 points, at 12,232.38 points after 45 minutes' trade. HSBC Holdings slipped 0.43 percent to HK$117, holding back the wider index. But China Mobile (Hong Kong) Ltd lent support, rising 0.67 percent to ...
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