THE Shenzhen A share market followed Shanghai's rebound yesterday on assurances from the country's top securities watchdog over the weekend. The Credit Lyonnais Shenzhen A index climbed 78.1 points, or 5.09 per cent, to close at 1,613.85, on a turnover of 826.2 million yuan. Announcements of the package of market-rescue measures came after hundreds of angry Chinese investors who lost money trading stocks reportedly demonstrated outside the Shenzhen exchange demanding national leaders take note of their plight. The Credit Lyonnais Shenzhen B index, however, fell 9.29 points, or 0.75 per cent, to 1,233.15. Turnover was thin at $4 million. The day's biggest loser was port operator Chiwan Wharf Holdings, which shed 7.3 per cent to $3.80. China Southern Glass was the most active stock, with $1.7 million worth of shares traded. It shed three per cent to $12.80. Shenzhen Special Economic Zone Real Estate also was actively traded. It had 937,000 worth of shares traded, losing 1.4 per cent to $3.60.