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Markets

Lunar New Year buoys HK shares

Stocks jumped on Thursday in Hong Kong, registering a gain on the first trading session in the Year of the Rabbit,

Markets

Hong Kong markets to get a boost from China reopening

Markets in Hong Kong will benefit from China’s reopening, says HKEX Chairman Laura Cha

Economy

Hong Kong’s retail sales fall amid challenging outlook

According to the government on Wednesday, retail sales declined in Hong Kong in November, ending two consecutive months of growth.

Markets

Lunar New Year buoys HK shares

Stocks jumped on Thursday in Hong Kong, registering a gain on the first trading session in the Year of the Rabbit,

Markets

Hong Kong markets to get a boost from China reopening

Markets in Hong Kong will benefit from China’s reopening, says HKEX Chairman Laura Cha

Economy

Hong Kong’s retail sales fall amid challenging outlook

According to the government on Wednesday, retail sales declined in Hong Kong in November, ending two consecutive months of growth.

Economy

Hong Kong economy “likely to gather steam”

The finance secretary for Hong Kong has stressed the need for more resources to accelerate economic recovery in the upcoming budget.

Economy

Hong Kong GDP could rise 7.6% on Covid reopening

As China lifts its Covid curbs and the economy reopens, the largest likely beneficiaries will be Hong Kong, Thailand and Singapore

Business

Hong Kong seeks to boost relations with Vietnam

Around 100 Hong Kong businesses are undertaking a field trip to Vietnam to explore the market and meet government agency representatives

Economy

Economists' lower HK growth forecasts

Hong Kong's economy will register a growth slowdown in 2023, more than previously forecast, according to economists.

Economy

Hong Kong economy contracts in Q3

According to government data, a 4.5% contraction was registered in Hong Kong's economy in Q3 compared to the year before

Markets

Hong Kong hikes rates by 75bps

On Thursday the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) increased its benchmark interest rate by 75 basis points (bps)

Markets

Hong Kong unveils CBDC project

Hong Kong’s financial authorities have revealed a prototype of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) known as Project Aurum.

Coronavirus

HK to offer 500,000 air tickets to boost tourism

A matter of days after scrapping the mandatory hotel quarantine requirement, Hong Kong has unveiled plans to give away half a million airline tickets

Markets

Lunar New Year buoys HK shares

Stocks jumped on Thursday in Hong Kong, registering a gain on the first trading session in the Year of the Rabbit,

Markets

Hong Kong markets to get a boost from China reopening

Markets in Hong Kong will benefit from China’s reopening, says HKEX Chairman Laura Cha

Economy

Hong Kong’s retail sales fall amid challenging outlook

According to the government on Wednesday, retail sales declined in Hong Kong in November, ending two consecutive months of growth.

Economy

Hong Kong economy “likely to gather steam”

The finance secretary for Hong Kong has stressed the need for more resources to accelerate economic recovery in the upcoming budget.

Economy

Hong Kong GDP could rise 7.6% on Covid reopening

As China lifts its Covid curbs and the economy reopens, the largest likely beneficiaries will be Hong Kong, Thailand and Singapore

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