SHENZHEN'S B-share market remained at a virtual standstill yesterday after a three-day break coinciding with a holiday weekend in Hong Kong. Turnover was just HK$8.7 million, against $2.2 million on Friday. The biggest trading movement was in Special Economic Zone Properties which was $2.3 million worth of shares change hands, with small gains. The counter has followed suit with Shanghai-listed Pudong property developers which have been the target of strong speculation in recent trading. In other activity, Fiyta climbed 4.4 per cent, but Zhongsha, which is due to announce interims, plunged nine per cent. The Credit Lyonnais Shenzhen B index closed up 1.61 points at 1,166.06. At the close, 18 stocks were unchanged, four were higher and one was lower. The A index echoed the Shanghai market, gaining 39.2 points, or 3.5 per cent, to close at 1,159.08.