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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.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong raised $1 billion from the sale of its first green bond on Wednesday, as the former British colony looks to establish itself as a centre for green finance.
Hong Kong’s banking regulator has issued four more online-only banking licenses to units of Alibaba, PingAn and smartphone maker Xiaomi, as well as to a JV involving Tencent, ICBC and Hillhouse Capital.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s traditional banks are set to face one of their biggest challenges yet: a new breed of financial technology firms estimated to snare as much as 30% of their revenue.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong has issued online-only banking licences to three groups, including joint ventures (JVs) of Standard Chartered and BOC Hong Kong, in what could be the biggest shake up in years in the city's retail banking sector dominated by old-guard lenders.
HONG KONG: The early part of the Asian trading day -- when currency flash crashes tend to happen -- seems to be when intervention happens too.