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SYDNEY: Most currencies advanced against the dollar after the Federal Reserve abandoned projections for a resumption in interest-rate hikes this year and signaled a swift end to its balance-sheet contraction. China’s yuan hit its strongest since July, while stocks were mixed.
HONG KONG: The rally in Chinese stocks has been bad news for the Hong Kong dollar.
TOKYO: The pound fell for an eighth day, the longest-losing streak in 10 months, as reports circulated that Prime Minister Theresa May is losing support for her Brexit vote and possibly her own position.
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Going cashless may be all the rage in mainland China and places chasing “smart nation” targets, but for now at least, hard cash still rules in Hong Kong.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong has awarded Bowtie Life Insurance, a company backed by Sun Life Financial’s Hong Kong unit, the first online-only insurance licence under the city’s “fast-track” scheme.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong has awarded Bowtie Life Insurance, a company backed by Sun Life Financial's Hong Kong unit, the first online-only insurance licence under the city's "fast-track" scheme.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong commercial banks raised their benchmark lending rates on Thursday for the first time in 12 years, increasing the cost of home mortgage repayments in one of the world’s most expensive property markets.