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GOLD has made a brief comeback in a low-yield world. It has drawn prominent hedge fund investors into gold supporters once again. Nine years after the last rally collapsed, a new gold rush appears again. This mid-August saw its price rocketed to record highs above US$2,000 per troy ounce – a 36% rise so far in the year that outstrips any stock index.
LONDON: HSBC will target net zero carbon emissions across its entire customer base by 2050 at the latest, and provide between $750 billion and $1 trillion in financing to help clients make the transition, its Chief Executive Noel Quinn told Reuters.
Several local banks have announced that they will be updating their online banking services over the course of this week ahead of the 10.10 sales, and as such are urging customers to plan their banking ahead of time.
ROME: Italy’s Nexi SpA agreed to buy SIA SpA in an all-share deal that will create one of Europe’s biggest payment providers.
HONG KONG: Once one of Hong Kong’s steadiest stocks, HSBC Holdings Plc, is now more than three times as volatile as the city’s benchmark. Investors are betting that will continue.
Fund managers have mixed views on whether banking stocks have become compelling
After pandemic, sun sets on the days of dividends
BEIJING (Bloomberg): The Chinese yuan is drawing attention as a haven from volatility after its best quarter in 12 years.
SHANGHAI: The yuan inched up against the US dollar, underpinned by upbeat manufacturing data, with the Chinese unit on course for its best quarter since the global financial crisis in 2008.
VANCOUVER: Lawyers for the Canadian government asked a judge on Tuesday to keep Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou's extradition case to the United States "on the straight and narrow" and described the evidence presented by the defence as inadmissible.