The Hong Kong shares rose for the early trading on Monday, with the Hong Kong index rising 191.24 points that are 28,667.67 points.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing improved with 4.3 percent to HK$229. Media said that market operators are asking to the city's government to reduce 0.1 percent stamp duty on stocks traders. If government accept their demand Hong Kong market may have a boost in stock trading. This may have a positive impact on Hang Seng China Enterprises Index known as H-shares index.