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Innovation, not low costs, will energise Hong Kong stock market, finance chief says in defending tax increase
Paul Chan doubles down on commitment to raising the stamp duty on stock transactions to 0.13 per cent on August 1, in spite of objections from the industry‘We are not in a race to compete on low costs, instead, we need to come up with innovative policies,’ he says
HONG KONG: Hong Kong said on Wednesday it would increase the tax on stock trading in the global financial hub, sending shares in the city's stock exchange operator tumbling, even as it posted record profits due to high trading volumes.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China is likely to achieve a breakthrough this year that would permit personal investment in securities and insurance products overseas, an indication that policymakers are willing to see more active two-way capital flows, experts said on Monday (Feb 22).
SHANGHAI: China stocks ended lower on Thursday, paring some of the sharp losses earlier in the session, as worries over signs of liquidity tension ahead of the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday offset continued capital inflows.
SHANGHAI, Jan 26 (China Daily/ANN): Although it is still uncertain as to how long COVID-19 will ravage humanity and wreak havoc on markets worldwide, indications point to Shanghai increasingly becoming a global business hub, and these views are supported by the many job ads posted shortly after the new year began.
SHANGHAI: China’s A-share assets are likely to continue outperforming most overseas equities in 2021, thanks to the country’s robust economic recovery and the inflow of capital from foreign investors and domestic residents, said experts.
SHANGHAI: Chinese mom-and-pop investors are stampeding into the stock market for fear of missing out on the bull run, with more than 1.6 million share trading accounts newly opened in December, doubling from a year earlier, latest data shows.
Hong Kong shares closed at a near one-year high on Tuesday, underpinned by continued capital inflows from mainland.
HONG KONG: Having slumped under the weight of a U.S. executive order, China’s three major telecommunications companies are on the rebound in Hong Kong -- supported by mainland cash.