(Adds Friday close, analysts comments) HONG KONG, June 25 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks ended fractionally higher on Friday after index heavyweight HSBC recouped earlier losses to end unchanged and on hopes that China plays could benefit from institutional investment from the mainland. Global bank HSBC , the largest constituent stock in the Hang Seng Index , sagged earlier on selling ahead of the settlement of index futures contracts next week but closed flat at HK$116.50. The blue-chip ...
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