SHENZHEN'S Credit Lyonnais B-share Index yesterday rose 9.71 points or 0.77 per cent on turnover of just HK$6.75 million, boosted by a 7.1 per cent jump in port operator Shekou Port. 'Fundamentally it's a very strong company and we expect earnings to grow about 24 per cent this year,' said An Lu, a China analyst with Nomura International. Shekou Port shares closed up 40 HK cents at $7.00. The port specialises in bulk and general cargo trade and stands to benefit from increased container traffic along the booming Pearl River. The Credit Lyonnais A-share index gained 47.87 points to close at 1,696.43. Television manufacturer Huafa jumped 10.6 per cent to $2.60 in exceptionally light trading.