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Hong Kong Dollar Peg Doesn't Fit in Swiss Hole
The sudden death of the Swiss franc ceiling set off fears that other fixed exchange rates could be next. But Hong Kong's storied peg with the U.S. dollar is as solid as ever. Superficially, Hong Kong faces a similar situation to Switzerland. The Swiss ...
Hong Kong dollar intervention - Why to expect more
The Hong Kong dollar is pegged at 7.8 to the U.S. dollar, but can trade between 7.75 and 7.85. Under the currency peg, which has been in place since 1983, the HKMA is obliged to intervene when the Hong Kong dollar hits 7.75 or 7.85 to maintain the band.
High Hong Kong Dollar Likely to Stay That Way  Wall Street Journal (blog)
HKMA on alert as it defends peg in first currency market intervention in 18 ...  South China Morning Post
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Investors Buying Hong Kong Dollars on China Bets, HKMA Says
Aug. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong is luring an inflow of funds as investors grow more optimistic about China's economy and buy mainland-related shares, the city's central bank said.
Honk Kong May Be Signaling Next Step Down in the US Dollar Decline  Moneynews
GF Securities Picks Banks for Up To $1 Billion IPO  Wall Street Journal
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Time to create new Chinese-Hong Kong dollar
The predictable removal of the Swiss Franc cap came as a surprise; the removal of the Hong Kong dollar peg would be simply gobsmacking.
Yuan Snaps Two-Day Drop After Dollar Falls on Ukraine Cease-fire  Bloomberg
Market exchange rates in China -- Feb. 12  GlobalPost
Russia, sanctions and the Hong Kong dollar peg
The answer, quite possibly, is the Hong Kong dollar, which has been testing the limits of its US dollar peg over the past month.
Hong Kong's finances  The Economist
Hong Kong Peg to Stay as Inflows Ebb, ANZ Says: Chart of the Day  Bloomberg
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Hong Kong Dollar Seen Staying Strong as HKMA Buys $690 Million
July 28 (Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong's de facto central bank bought $690 million on July 25 to defend the city's 31-year-old peg to the U.S.
More financial centers moving away from the dollar as Hong Kong joins in  Examiner.com
Monetary authority on guard over capital outflows from Hong Kong  South China Morning Post (subscription)
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HKMA must bring Hong Kong dollar back to near parity with the yuan
Housing costs are becoming a serious impediment to Hong Kong's growth and youth opportunities. Beijing's currency manipulation of the renminbi is spilling over into Hong Kong by way of local market pressure on the Hong Kong dollar. Something must give.
Hong Kong Property Market Could Be In For Major Correction  NuWire Investor
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Hong Kong Dollar Has Best Two-Day Gain Since March
Oct. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong's dollar strengthened, driving the biggest two-day gain since March, and the yuan rose in offshore trading amid signs of an easing in protests that have disrupted business and transport links in the city.
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Hong Kong Should Explore Dollar Peg's Future, HSBC Wong Says
Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong should study options for the city's 31-year-old peg to the U.S. currency, including possibly linking it to China's yuan, according to HSBC Holdings Plc Group Chief Executive Asia Pacific Peter Wong.
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Hong Kong dollar stable despite Occupy Central unrest
The Hong Kong dollar weakened to HK$7.77 per US dollar on Monday in New York, the lowest since May 2012, before trading at HK$7.7693.
Hong Kong protests slow US dollar rally  Reuters
Dollar hits highs vs euro, yen; Aussie dollar, Hong Kong dollar skid  Economic Times
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