BEIJING -- Monday kicked off on a slightly down note in Hong Kong, with the Hang Seng Index losing 0.5% to 15,769. But the Shanghai Composite Index managed to shake off news of new monetary measures in China to add 0.8%, closing at 1586.In Friday New York trading, China shares were mixed to slightly down. Tom Online (TOMO) fell 1.55% to $19, and Sina (SINA - Get Report) was off 3.3% to $22.91. Gainers included Ctrip (CTRP - Get Report), up 0.7% to $49.07, and Elong (LONG - Get Report), advancing 1% to $14.18.
China Stocks End Mixed
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