HK stocks firmer by midday, bargain hunting helps

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(Updates to midday close) HONG KONG, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Hong Kong blue-chip stocks rose two-thirds of a percent by the end of the morning session on Monday after shaking off a negative lead from Wall Street, and as bargain hunting gained momentum. Traders said expectations of a traditional rally around the Lunar New Year holidays were helping to shore up the market, giving volume an unexpected boost. "The weak start for us was mainly because of the U.S. and Japan, but it seems the ...

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