HONG KONG, Jan 4  - Hong Kong shares opened down
0.06 percent on Monday, as concern that U.S. interest rates may
rise sooner than expected because of upbeat jobs data weighed on
Huaneng Power (0902.HK) was up 0.91 percent. The Chinese
power producer said it would buy stakes in power and port
operators for a total of 8.625 billion yuan ($1.26 billion), to
expand its operations and geographical coverage. [ID:nTOE60300J]
The benchmark Hang Seng Index .HSI opened down 12.46 points
at 21,860.04. The China Enterprises .HSCEIndex of top locally
listed mainland Chinese stocks fell 0.02 percent to 12,791.33.
 (Reporting by Jun Ebias; Editing by Chris Lewis)

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