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Hong Kong debates its currency's peg to the US dollar
The US dollar peg, which effectively ties Hong Kong to America's monetary policy, has helped the semi-autonomous territory navigate successfully through the Asian financial crisis, the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) and the ...
Hong Kong resists breaking the dollar peg
This is quite a statement from a man who spent the bulk of his career defending the peg, which fixes the Hong Kong dollar against its US counterpart at a rate of HK$7.80 and has provided the foundation for sustained economic growth over almost three ...
Break the HK-dollar peg? No way…
This is quite a statement from a man who spent the bulk of his career defending the peg, which fixes the Hong Kong dollar against its US counterpart at a rate of HK7.80 and has provided the foundation for sustained economic growth over almost three ...
HK dollar route to convertible renminbi
The Hong Kong dollar itself is a dead unit having been pegged first to the pound and later to the US dollar with the current rate fixed in 1983.
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What should I do with my excess Chinese yuan?
I have various options for changing any surplus money at the end of my visit and wonder which would be most sensible: change money to Hong Kong dollars on my last day, as I will fly back from Hong Kong, or change money to euros or sterling on departure ...
London costly? Not like Shenzhen  Hong Kong Standard
Japan Lags in Smartphone Adoption, But Still Leads Asia in Mobile Internet ...  Tech in Asia
Cheung Kong Said to Market First Hong Kong Dollar Perpetual Bond
Cheung Kong (Holdings) Ltd., controlled by Hong Kong's richest man Li Ka-shing, is marketing the first Hong Kong-dollar perpetual bond for a non-financial company, according to data compiled by Bloomberg and a person familiar with the matter.
Hong Kong IPO Market Loses Its Edge
Much of Hong Kong's dollar volume has been driven in the past by the privatization of Chinese state-owned enterprises, which are generally multibillion-dollar deals, although last year, the largest IPO in the world was from Swiss mining firm Glencore ...
Tsang's Exit in Hong Kong Marred by Scandal
Meanwhile, the city's fiscal reserves ballooned, growing from 296 billion Hong Kong dollars (US$38 billion) in 2005, when Mr. Tsang took office, to HK$679.9 billion this year.
Hong Kong Gains Collection of Contemporary Chinese Art
HONG KONG - This city's ambitious young art scene acquired another multimillion-dollar feather in its cap on Tuesday.
Hong Kong Exchange Targets Dual-Currency Listings
A year ago, Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. released details of how a company could list in both local Hong Kong dollars and the Chinese yuan, and in January added facilities so investors without access to enough yuan can still trade yuan stocks ...
China Busy Signing Currency Deals  Forbes
China to create special currency test zone  Financial Times