THE Shenzhen B-share market remained quiet yesterday, with half of the counters unchanged. The Credit Lyonnais Shenzhen B index closed up 0.24 per cent or 3.36 points at 1,415.63. Turnover was thin, with only HK$8.06 million worth of B shares traded. The day's biggest gainer was float-glass manufacturer China Southern Glass, which rose 3.8 per cent to $13.80. Other gainers included Shenzhen Yili, which is involved in the mineral water industry. It closed up 3.2 per cent at $4.80. Among the losers were Shenzhen Shenbao, Chiwan Wharf and Shenzhen Lionda. The Shenzhen A share market did not show any signs of picking up from Friday's losses. The Credit Lyonnais Shenzhen A index fell 1.8 per cent or 32.4 points to close at 1,770.52. Turnover was a thin 327.1 million yuan (about HK$289.5 million). Xie Xuefeng, chief analyst of Shenzhen-based J & A Securities, said both the A and B shares market were very quiet. He said Shenzhen exchange officials sought to calm fears that legal-person shares would not be listed, but investors were still worried about the prospect. Mr Xie said speculation that several stocks were considering share splits had also hit the market.