SHANGHAI, June 11 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks fell to the lowest level in more than a month on Tuesday, the first trading day after a long weekend break, weighed down by a surprisingly robust U.S. jobs data that sparked a dramatic paring of bets for Federal Reserve rate cuts this year.

Meanwhile, mainland China stocks were dragged down by losses in the consumer sector and non-ferrous metal industry.

Investors now keenly awaited China's May credit lending data this week to gauge the health of the broad economy.

A Reuters poll suggested that China's new yuan loans likely rebounded in May from April as the central bank told lenders to quicken bank lending to support the economy.

** At the midday break, the Shanghai Composite index was down 1.1% at 3,017.73 points.

** China's blue-chip CSI300 index was down 1.21%, with the consumer staples sector down 2.33% and the non-ferrous metal industry losing 3.34%.

** Losses in the non-ferrous metal industry shares came after the London copper price hit its lowest level in more than five weeks on Monday, amid a firm dollar and constraints in physical demand.

** Chinese H-shares listed in Hong Kong fell 1.68% to 6,400.93 points. The benchmark Hang Seng Index was down 1.67% at 18,059.96 points, the lowest intraday level since May 2.

** The smaller Shenzhen index was down 0.32%, the start-up board ChiNext Composite index was weaker by 0.39% and Shanghai's tech-focused STAR50 index was up 1.52%.

** Around the region, MSCI's Asia ex-Japan stock index was weaker by 0.62% while Japan's Nikkei index was up 0.25%.

** The yuan was quoted at 7.253 per U.S. dollar, 0.07% weaker than the previous close of 7.248. (Reporting by Shanghai Newsroom; Editing by Sohini Goswami)