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Banks from HSBC to Citi shrug off China risks, embrace HK - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Banks from HSBC to Citi shrug off China risks, embrace HK

Hong Kong is the place to be if you want to participate in the Chinese capital markets

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Anti-Ark ETF to bet against Cathie Wood’s flagship fund

"ARKK represents a long exposure to a basket of unprofitable tech stocks"

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Haidilao International is Hang Seng Index's worst performer this week

Haidilao’s stock plunged as much as 9.1% on Friday. The Hang Seng Index fell as much as 1.5%.

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Hang Seng slumps 20% from Feb peak, poised for bear market

Recent declines are unsustainable and the market will stabilize quickly, the Securities Daily reported, citing fund managers
Crackdown makes Hong Kong IPOs among worst performers in Asia - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Crackdown makes Hong Kong IPOs among worst performers in Asia

All but one of Hong Kong's 10 biggest first-time share sales this year are now under water.

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UK revises SPAC rules to attract listings to London market

The FCA said the shift would provide more flexibility to larger SPACs

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What if America delists Chinese firms?

Delistings on the US side could be likely, says Shang-Jin Wei, a former chief economist at the Asian Development Bank.
How Xi’s four pillars of regulation will reshape China’s Big Tech - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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How Xi’s four pillars of regulation will reshape China’s Big Tech

President Xi knows that China’s middle class will have his back.
China's market crackdown: 'Everybody’s in the crosshairs' - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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China's market crackdown: "Everybody's in the crosshairs"

It’s the government’s most extreme step yet to rein in private businesses.

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China tech billionaires ramp up donations as Beijing cracks down

The moves come as a crackdown on technology companies has intensified since November
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