(Adds Thursday midday close) HONG KONG, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks rose by more than 1 percent by midday on Thursday, boosted by strong overseas markets and a rally in China plays ahead of the week-long Golden Week holidays. Global markets were also soothed by an easing of world oil prices which breached US$50 a barrel earlier in the week, and traders said the Hong Kong market was playing catch up after a public holiday on Wednesday. "There's selective buying and a strong ...
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