* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used 5.2%, Shanghai->HK
quota used 6.7%
* HSI -2.1%, HSCE -2.3%, CSI300 -0.4%
* FTSE China A50 -0.9%
Nov 30 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks fell more than 2% on
Monday on worries over Sino-U.S. tensions, although hopes for a
vaccine-led global economic recovery next year, and strong China
data helped the market post its best monthly gain in nearly two
** The Hang Seng index fell 2.1%, to 26,341.49, while
the China Enterprises Index lost 2.3%, to 10,546.47.
** The Hang Seng energy index slumped 8.7%, led by
a 14% tumble in China's national offshore oil and gas producer
CNOOC Ltd after news of U.S. blacklisting.
** The Trump administration is poised to add China's top
chipmaker SMIC and CNOOC to a blacklist of alleged
Chinese military companies, according to a document and sources.
** For the month, the Hang Seng index gained 9.3%, its best
since January 2018, while HSCE added 8.1%, its best since
December 2019, helped by robust gains for companies in
traditional industries on hopes of an economic recovery.
** The Hang Seng materials index jumped 25% for the
month, its biggest since April 2015, while the Hang Seng
financials index climbed 15%.
** Investors could turn their eyes to old economy stocks on
prospects of a global economic recovery as some countries sought
to vaccinate their people, Guodu Hong Kong said in a report.
** China's factory activity expanded at the fastest pace in
more than three years in November, while growth in the services
sector also hit a multi-year high, as the country's economic
recovery from the coronavirus pandemic stepped up.
** Upbeat data released on Monday suggests the world's
second-largest economy is on track to become the first to
completely shake off the drag from widespread industry
shutdowns, with recent production data showing manufacturing now
at pre-pandemic levels.
(Reporting by the Shanghai Newsroom; Editing by Subhranshu