Hong Kong economy

China Focus

Record Chinese inflows push Hong Kong stock index past 30,000

Investors in mainland China are showing unprecedented interest in Hong Kong stocks.

China Focus

Chinese regulator urges Yuan internationalisation over Dollar weaponisation fears

Fang Xinghai, vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), also says that China supports the listing of more mainland assets in Hong Kong markets.

China Focus

China delistings are Nasdaq's pain, Hong Kong's gain

The simmering Cold War between the US and China last month finally spilled beyond trade, national security and the blame game over the coronavirus pandemic into global capital markets.

Singapore economy

Singapore won't feast on Hong Kong's fund famine

The two archrivals of Asian finance have competed so intensely for so long that it’s impossible to believe that Hong Kong’s fading autonomy and the resumption of anti-government protests isn’t filling Singapore with even a little bit of schadenfreude.

Global Markets

Hong Kong Exchange to introduce suite of new exchange-traded products to broaden palette of trading

Hong Kong’s stock exchange is looking at introducing a suite of new exchange-traded products after rolling out an initiative to tighten trading spreads and enhancing liquidity in the $38 billion (S$53.64 billion) market.

Hong Kong national security law

Hong Kong stocks swing wildly as China approves security law

It was anything but an ordinary afternoon for Hong Kong stocks as Chinese lawmakers approved a controversial plan to impose national security legislation for the city.

Broker's Calls

Hong Kong economy resilient for now despite heightened political risks, says DBS economist

The future remains uncertain but Hong Kong's economy remains steady for now.

Company in the news

SGX shares suffer biggest drop since 2003 as MSCI signs agreement with Hong Kong

Shares in Singapore Exchange Ltd. plunged after MSCI Inc. announced it will move licensing for derivatives products on a host of gauges to Hong Kong from Singapore.

Hong Kong national security law

Hong Kong landlord stocks slumped to lowest levels since 2009

Pessimism toward some Hong Kong real estate stocks, especially those of landlords, hasn’t been this extreme since the global financial crisis as investors worry about the future of the city.

Hong Kong national security law

Hong Kong stocks headed for worst loss since 2008 following security law concern

The MSCI Hong Kong Index fell 6.8% on Friday, which would be its biggest slump on a closing basis since October 2008.