TRADING in Shenzhen yesterday was extremely light as investors focused on Shanghai and China stocks in Hong Kong, according to traders. The Credit Lyonnais Shenzhen B Index fell 0.96 per cent to 1,045.08 points on trading worth just HK$1.06 million. The A-share index fell 0.14 per cent to close at 1,142.41. Nanshan dropped 7.7 per cent to $3.60 with trading of $760,000, although about 53 per cent of its trades were conducted at $4.08 in cross trades. Among other stocks which recorded transactions, port operator Chiwan Wharf fell 8.6 per cent to $3.70, on trading worth $10,000; and Shenzhen Properties fell 7.5 per cent to $3.70, according to Bloomberg. Alex Conroy, China investment analyst at Baring Securities (Hong Kong), said the stock had been hit by delays in real estate projects in southern China which meant that some earnings could not now be booked until next year.