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SINGAPORE: A weaker economic outlook that’s cooled residential buyer sentiment has stalled Hong Kong’s red-hot property market. But it isn’t out of bubble territory yet.
HONG KONG: The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) cut interest rates for the second time this year on Thursday and sought to lower borrowing costs for small businesses, as the economy took a knock from months of anti-government protests and fallout from U.S.-China trade tensions.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - The launch of new online-only banks in Hong Kong is expected to be delayed in part due to anti-government protests in the city, people with direct knowledge of the matter said.
SINGAPORE: Singapore saw its lead over Hong Kong shrink to just a whisker in the battle to be Asia’s biggest foreign-exchange currency hub. To keep its advantage, the island state wants to attract more companies to set up electronic trading platforms.SINGAPORE: Singapore saw its lead over Hong Kong shrink to just a whisker in the battle to be Asia’s biggest foreign-exchange currency hub. To keep its advantage, the island state wants to attract more companies to set up electronic trading platforms.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Concerns over Hong Kong's political and economic future are growing as pro-democracy protests drag on and turn increasingly violent, and China makes clear that forceful intervention is possible.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - The lack of a mechanism in Hong Kong to extradite suspects to mainland China is an obstacle to tackling money laundering and terrorism financing, a watchdog said on Wednesday as Hong Kong withdrew an extradition bill that sparked mass protests.
LONDON: Emerging market policymakers slashed interest rates in August, taking their lead from major central banks including the U.S. Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank and joining in efforts to shore up their economies.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Three months of anti-government protests have thrown Hong Kong into its deepest crisis in decades, pounding the financial hub's economy and stock market and adding to its Sino-U.S. trade war woes.
BEIJING: The Hong Kong dollar carry trade copped a body blow in June.
Performance analysts, traders, accountants and sales agents to lose out over next decade, according to CFA Institute survey. But CFA members also expect number of finance professionals to grow 16% over same period.