China shares edge up, Hong Kong indexes surge post-holiday break

April 8, 2015 5:04 AM

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SHANGHAI, April 8 (Reuters) - Chinese stocks rose to another seven-year high early Wednesday in volatile trading, but the Nasdaq-style ChiNext board was down more than 4 percent from record highs at one point.

Hong Kong stocks, trading for the first time since Thursday, reaching their highest since May 2008 as they played catch-up with mainland shares, which carry a 30 percent premium.

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