May 4, 2010 (Chinavestor) Traders in Hong Kong took merit from a strong U.S. market but Shanghai continued to fell on reserve ratio concerns. The DJIA advanced +143.2 points or 1.3%, the biggest point advance since Feb 16 as fresh data suggests the economy is on track of a solid growth. The Hang Seng Index (INDEXHANGSENG:.HSI) was in a positive territory for most of the day but eventually succumbed to Chinese domestic news, easing manufacturing data and increasing reserve ratios, ending the day -48.3 points or -0.2% lower at 20,763.05. Yanzhou Coal (HKG:1171) fell -2.9% on top of a -6.3% tumble a day before as Australia is muling a tax on resources. China's third largest coal miner bought Felix Resources, a large coal miner in Australia, last year. ZTE Corp. (HKG:0763) bounced back +2.6% after a 10% tumble last Friday following news that Chinese telecom equipment makers will be banned from India on national security concerns. Chinese airliners rose, China Eastern Airlines (HKG:670) rose +0.5% and China Southern Airlines (HKG:1055) advanced +0.7%. The Shanghai Expo has attracted over 500,000 visitors in the first three days, helping travel and leisure related stocks. Shares of Huaneng Power (HKG:0902) (NYSE:HNP) rose +0.7%.