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Hong Kong Dollar, Stocks Retreat Amid Protest Crackdown
Hong Kong's stocks fell the most in almost three weeks, the city's currency weakened and equity-market volatility surged amid the biggest police crackdown on protesters since the city returned to Chinese rule.
Could Hong Kong become a financial backwater?  CBS News
Hong Kong dollar drops as US dollar gains amidst protests in Hong Kong  The Malay Mail Online
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Hong Kong's Dollar Seen Protected in Face of Civil Unrest
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters have flooded Hong Kong's streets in recent days to demand free and open elections and the resignation of Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying.
Hong Kong dollar stable despite Occupy Central unrest  South China Morning Post (subscription)
FOREX-Dollar hits highs vs euro, yen; Kiwi, HK dollar skid  Daily Mail
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Hong Kong Dollar Posts Biggest Three-Day Advance Since 2012
�Investors are responding positively to the talks between the government and the students,� said Stella Lee, president of Success Wealth Management Ltd.
Hong Kong Dollar Has Best Two-Day Gain Since March  Businessweek
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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
Hong Kong August drawndown mortgage loans rise 1.4 pct from July  Reuters
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Hong Kong Dollar Recoups Protest Losses as Tensions Ease
The Hong Kong dollar has bounced back almost entirely from the losses it suffered due to the pro-democracy protests in the city which appear to have eased as the number of protestors dwindled.
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Pound Sterling to Hong Kong Dollar (GBP/HKD) Exchange Rate Trending ...
As the riots in Hong Kong look to continue with no end in sight, the Hong Kong Dollar has depreciated against all of its most traded currency competitors.
Pound Sterling to Hong Kong Dollar (GBP/HKD) Exchange Rate Firmer as Pro ...  Future Currency Forecast
Foreign Exchange Rates: GBP Recovery vs EUR and USD Falters Thanks to ...  Exchange Rates UK
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Pound to Hong Kong Dollar (GBP/HKD) Exchange Rate Steady on Hong Kong ...
hong-kong-dollars-1 Despite posting much better-than-expected retail sales data on Monday, the Hong Kong Dollar has depreciated a little against the Pound. This is as a result of the ongoing protests by Hong Kong citizens who demand free and open ...
US Dollar Firm Against Pound (USD/GBP), USD/HKD Fluctuates Amid Hong ...  Exchange Rate News
Exchange Rates Today - Pound Down vs Euro, Aus, NZ & US Dollar on ...  Exchange Rates UK
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Hong Kong protests: HK dollar falls, bank branches and stores close
Investors bailed out of shares and dumped the Hong Kong dollar yesterday while banks, jewellers and fashion stores shut their doors as pro-democracy protests brought parts of the island to a standstill.
37 bank branches closed in Hong Kong  South China Morning Post (subscription)
Banks affected by protests 'closed until further notice': Hong Kong ...  Channel News Asia
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Pound Sterling to Hong Kong Dollar (GBP/HKD) Exchange Rate Softer as ...
The Pound Sterling (GBP) to Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) exchange rate softened on Tuesday after the Asian currency posted its biggest three-day gain since 2012 as pro-democracy protests show signs of ending.
Exchange Rates Today - Pound (GBP), Euro (EUR), US Dollar (USD), Aus Dollar ...  Exchange Rates UK
U.S. Dollar Confronts Challenges  Seeking Alpha (registration)
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Moscow Stock Exchange to start trading in Hong Kong dollars
The Moscow Stock Exchange's currency exchange committee has approved trading in Hong Kong dollars. The decision was made during a committee meeting on Sept.