China stocks up as government help stabilises sentiment; HK shares gain
* CSI300 +0.1 pct; SSEC +0.3 pct; HSI +0.4 pct
* Some rescue measures being delayed due to improving liquidity
* Major gold producers fall on bullion's rout
SHANGHAI, July 21 (Reuters) - China stocks edged up on Tuesday morning in a more sedate mood as government rescue measures appear to have restored some stability to trading in the past week.
Signs that mainland stocks are beginning to find their feet also benefited the Hong Kong market, where the benchmark index Hang Seng rose 0.4 percent.
"The market is under the government's control ... and investor sentiment has stabilized," said Fu Xuejun, analyst at Huarong Securities Co.
"Over the past few trading sessions, there were few signs of panic selling. The market is getting back to normal."
The CSI300 index rose 0.1 percent, to 4,165.91 points at the end of the morning session, while the Shanghai Composite Index gained 0.3 percent, to 4,002.64 points.
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