BEIJING -- Chinese shares close slightly higher Monday from a nearly 15-month low the previous trading day.
The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index was up 0.97 percent, or 28.98 points, to close at 3,014.41
The Shenzhen Component Index rose 0.64 percent, or 81.55 points, to end at 12,808.09.
Combined turnover declined to 355.3 billion yuan ($51.5 billion) from 447.3 billion yuan the previous trading day.
The shares plummeted the most since August 31 last year on Friday, as investors feared more interest rate rises after inflation hit a 25 month high in October.