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Hong Kong govt. to unveil more steps to boost stock market

Hong Kong's Chief Executive John Lee has announced authorities are contemplating further steps to boost the securities market within the Asian financial hub.

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Hong Kong's new home sales hit 11-year top

New home deals reached an 11-year high last month, indicating a potential revival for the property market following the removal of government cooling measures.

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Alibaba to invest HK$5bn in Hong Kong's entertainment sector

Chinese multinational tech titan, Alibaba has committed to investing HK$5 billion in Hong Kong's entertainment industry to support its promotion to a global audience.

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Hong Kong govt. to unveil more steps to boost stock market

Hong Kong's Chief Executive John Lee has announced authorities are contemplating further steps to boost the securities market within the Asian financial hub.

Markets

Hong Kong's new home sales hit 11-year top

New home deals reached an 11-year high last month, indicating a potential revival for the property market following the removal of government cooling measures.

Markets

Alibaba to invest HK$5bn in Hong Kong's entertainment sector

Chinese multinational tech titan, Alibaba has committed to investing HK$5 billion in Hong Kong's entertainment industry to support its promotion to a global audience.

Markets

Hong Kong property sales rise as curbs removed

​​​​​​​The property market in Hong Kong saw a rise in transactions as all additional stamp duties were removed on Wednesday

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Hong Kong vows to boost fintech following digital green bonds issuance

Hong Kong’s government has reiterated its commitment to promoting fintech innovation following the issuance of around HK$6 billion worth of digital green bonds.

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HK Central Bank leaves rates unchanged

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) left the base rate charged through the overnight discount window the same at 5.75% on Thursday, tracking the Federal Reserve's move to keep rates steady.

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Moody’s cuts Hong Kong outlook

Moody’s has slashed its outlook on Hong Kong and Macau and placed several of China’s state-owned companies and banks on downgrade warnings.

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PBOC governor vows to support China's growth

The governor of the People's Bank of China (PBOC) stated on Tuesday that monetary policy will stay accommodative to bolster the economy,

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Tsim Sha Tsui still most expensive retail destination in Asia-Pacific

The Tsim Sha Tsui area of Hong Kong has maintained its ranking as Asia-Pacific's most expensive retail destination. Still, it sits in third place globally due to the pandemic restrictions that battered tourism.

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Policy address to boost “stability” of Hong Kong’s property market

Lower stamp duties for specific property transactions in Hong Kong are forecast to be announced in Wednesday’s annual policy statement.

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Hong Kong 2023 growth forecasts cut by economists

Economists have slashed their growth forecasts for Hong Kong, hiking the likelihood the government could fall short of its objective for this year.

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Hong Kong property sales rise as curbs removed

​​​​​​​The property market in Hong Kong saw a rise in transactions as all additional stamp duties were removed on Wednesday

Markets

Hong Kong vows to boost fintech following digital green bonds issuance

Hong Kong’s government has reiterated its commitment to promoting fintech innovation following the issuance of around HK$6 billion worth of digital green bonds.

Markets

HK Central Bank leaves rates unchanged

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) left the base rate charged through the overnight discount window the same at 5.75% on Thursday, tracking the Federal Reserve's move to keep rates steady.

Markets

Moody’s cuts Hong Kong outlook

Moody’s has slashed its outlook on Hong Kong and Macau and placed several of China’s state-owned companies and banks on downgrade warnings.

Markets

PBOC governor vows to support China's growth

The governor of the People's Bank of China (PBOC) stated on Tuesday that monetary policy will stay accommodative to bolster the economy,

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