THE Shenzhen B-share market yesterday continued to wallow in the depths of inactivity, virtually oblivious of the A-share excitement of the past two days, according to traders. As has been the pattern for months, only a handful of shares were traded - with just five counters active - and China Bicycle again completely dominated the day. Of total turnover of about HK$8 million, more than 90 per cent - $7.6 million - was absorbed by China Bicycle cross-trades. This activity has been the only interest in the market for the past two weeks. The other stocks which traded were Fiyta, Gintian, Konka, and SEZ Real Estate. Fiyta gained 8.1 per cent on a small transaction while none of the others altered price. The Credit Lyonnais B-share index gained .82 points, or 0.08 per cent, to 1,030.43. The A-share index slipped 14.03 points, or 1.46 per cent, to close at 946.69.