May 10 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares edged lower on Monday as
the technology sector fell amid Beijing's deepening anti-trust
war, outweighing gains in energy firms and vaccine makers.
** The Hang Seng index fell 0.1%, to 28,595.66, while the
China Enterprises Index lost 0.5%, to 10,651.07.
** The Hang Seng Tech index dropped 0.9% amid signs
regulators are ramping up a campaign to rein in the clout of
tech giants. On Saturday, China's internet watchdog announced a
ban on some mobile app notifications.
** Index heavyweight Alibaba fell over 2%, while
Meituan tumbled more than 7%.
** Meanwhile, China Mobile Ltd, China Unicom
and China Telecom Corp all dipped, after the three
Chinese telecommunications companies said on Friday they would
be delisted by the New York Stock Exchange in line with U.S.
investment restrictions dating to last year.
** Shares of healthcare firms soared, as vaccine makers
rebounded from last week's drubbing after a U.S. proposal to
waive patents for COVID-19 jabs met with fierce opposition from
European governments and pharmaceutical giants.
** Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical's shares jumped 25% in Hong
Kong, after the drugmaker said a subsidiary had agreed to
provide a factory to make the COVID-19 vaccine developed by
BioNTech in China.
** Energy shares rose sharply, after a cyber attack
shut down a U.S. pipeline operator that provides nearly half of
the U.S. east coast's fuel supply, spurring oil and gas futures
(Reporting by the Shanghai Newsroom; Editing by Subhranshu