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          Chinese stocks jump over 2 pct
          Last Updated: 2013-01-28 15:33 | Xinhua
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          Chinese shares jumped over 2 percent on Monday, buoyed mainly by robust gains among aircraft builders, the cement sector and the financial sector.

          The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index rose 2.41 percent, or 55.2points, to end at 2,346.51, while the Shenzhen Component Index climbed 2.80 percent, or 261.79 points, to 9,618.92.

          Combined turnover on the two bourses rose to 210 billion yuan (33.59 billion U.S. dollars) from 154.22 billion yuan the previous trading day.

          Gainers outnumbered losers significantly by 924 to 33 in the Shanghai bourse and by 1,466 to 54 in Shenzhen.

          Triggered by a successful test flight on Saturday of China's first jumbo airfreighter -- the Yun-20, the aircraft sector on Monday posted the strongest gains, with its sub-index climbing 4.90 percent.

          China Avic Aircraft Co., the Yun-20's developer and a major aircraft builder in China, soared 9.99 percent to end at 11.67 yuan per share. Another two companies in the sector also surged almost by the daily limit.

          Financial shares also gained steam on Monday, with China Merchants Securities Co. and Ping An Bank Co. both up by their daily limit of 10 percent.

          Among other rising sectors, the cement industry jumped 4.54 percent, partly lifted by promising economic figures concerning China's industrial firms.

          Official data released on Sunday showed that Chinese industrial firms' profits climbed for a fourth consecutive month in December, adding evidence that the world's second-largest economy is gaining steam after seeing its lowest growth rate in 13 years.

          Bucking the overall upward market trend, the liquor sector posted losses due to a prolonged scandal over contaminations by plasticizer. Shanxi Xinghuacun Fen Wine Factory Co., a major industry player, slumped 7.46 percent to close at 34.75 yuan per share.

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