HONG KONG, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares ended higher
on Monday, lifted by Chinese financial and energy shares, as
investors cheered comments from Beijing that signalled China's
economy is getting back on a stable track.
On Monday, the Hang Seng Index closed up 0.7 percent
at 22,005.32 points, while the China Enterprises Index
of the top Chinese listings in Hong Kong rose 1.4 percent. Both
had their biggest daily percentage gains since Aug. 13.
In the morning, the state statistics bureau said China's
economy is showing clear signs of stabilisation, helped by
policy support and some improvement in global demand, and is on
track to meet the government's 2013 growth target of 7.5