April 8, 2010 (Chinavestor) Advancing over +4% in the last two weeks, the Hang Seng Index (INDEXHANGSENG:.HSI) was ready to take a break. The same was true for the Shanghai Composite Index (SHA:000001) after advancing +101.87 points or +3.33% from March 25 to April 6. Let's add Greece's difficulty to pay its debt and disappointing consumer credit data from the U.S. for March and the stage is set for a market correction. The Hang Seng Index (INDEXHANGSENG:.HSI) fell -61.7 points or -0.3% to 21,867.04 by the close. stocks that fell outnumbered those that advanced four to one. China Southern Airlines (HKG:1171) (NYSE:ZNH) and China Mobile (HKG:0941) (NYSE:CHL), the world's largest mobile carrier, advanced despite a weak market sentiment. Shares of China Unicom (HKG:0762) (NYSE:CHU) rose +1.2% but investors took profits off long time favorite China Telecom (HKG:0728) (NYSE:CHA). The rally of energy stocks hit a roadblock; CNOOC Ltd. (HKG:0883) (NYSE:CEO) gave back -2.2% while Yanzhou Coal (HKG:1171) (NYSE:YZC) tumbled -2.8%.