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Hong Kong’s Sky-High Property Prices Prove Resilient in Face of Protests
HONG KONG—While months of Hong Kong protests have scared away tourists, sent jitters across the financial center and cast a dark cloud over the local economy, there's one thing residents ...
September 30, 2019
Moody’s Downgrades Hong Kong Outlook to ‘Negative’ as Protests Continue
HONG KONG—Credit rating agency Moody's changed its outlook on Hong Kong's rating to negative from stable on Sept. ...
September 16, 2019
China Prods State Firms to Boost Investment in Crisis-Hit Hong Kong
SINGAPORE—China has called on its biggest state firms to take a more active role in Hong Kong, including ...
September 13, 2019
Hong Kong August Visitors Plunge 40 Percent Year-on-Year, Hotels Half-Full: Finance Chief
HONG KONG–Hong Kong visitor arrivals plunged nearly 40 percent in August from a year earlier, deepening from July's ...
September 9, 2019
Cathay Pacific Chairman Steps Down Amid Hong Kong Protests
HONG KONG—The chairman of Cathay Pacific Airways on Sept. 4 became the second top figure to resign from ...
September 4, 2019
The Associated Press
Alibaba Postpones Up to $15 Billion Hong Kong Listing Amid Protests: Sources
HONG KONG/NEW YORK—China's biggest e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has delayed its up to $15 billion listing ...
August 21, 2019
Chain Store Removes Epoch Times in Hong Kong, Beijing Pressure Suspected
Hong Kong locals are voicing their concerns after a local franchise of the popular convenience store chain 7-Eleven ...
August 15, 2019
Hong Kong Protests Spark Capital Outflow Fears
HONG KONG—Apprehension over capital outflows triggered by escalating political unrest has driven Hong Kong's stock market to its ...
August 13, 2019
Hong Kong Tycoons Start Moving Assets Offshore As Fears Rise Over New Extradition Law
HONG KONG—Some Hong Kong tycoons have started moving personal wealth offshore as concern deepens over a local government ...
June 14, 2019
Hong Kong’s Finance Sector M&A Deals Fall Prey to China’s Capital Controls
HONG KONG— Mergers and acquisitions targeting Hong Kong financial firms have slumped this year, with insurance sector deals ...
November 28, 2018
Diamond Bullion Exchange, a New Way to Invest in Diamonds
A new global, quick, easy, on-line way to invest and trade in diamonds was introduced by the Singapore ...
October 24, 2017
China Capital Outflows to Tighten in 2017
After a record amount of capital outflows from China in 2016, Beijing is looking to reverse course this ...
July 24, 2017
The Dramatic Downfall of China’s Leading Foreign Dealmaker
In a move that stunned New York dealmakers at the time, the famed Waldorf Astoria hotel on Park ...
June 19, 2017
Can a China-HK Bond Connect Attract Foreign Investors?
Beijing and Hong Kong approved a cross-border bond trading program, called bond connect, hoping to attract a new ...
June 12, 2017
Global Markets Feeling Effects of China’s Financial Crackdown
China’s new emphasis to rein in its financial sector has been underway for more than three months. Its ...
May 8, 2017
New York Overtakes Hong Kong as Top IPO Destination
New York has displaced Hong Kong as the world’s top destination for initial public offerings (IPOs) of stock ...
April 10, 2017
MSCI Increases Odds of Adding China A-Shares to EM Index
After three straight years of being rejected from inclusion within the prestigious and widely benchmarked MSCI Emerging Market ...
March 27, 2017
Chinese Banks Unveil Debt-to-Equity Swap Arms
Chinese banks are setting up asset management companies to facilitate debt-to-equity swaps, a program by Beijing to help ...
November 27, 2016
China’s Pension Reform Diverts More Money into Risky Assets
To boost returns and support a growing population of aging pensioners, China is embarking on a plan to ...
November 20, 2016
Credit Suisse Expands China Presence as Foreign Banks Retrench
Credit Suisse is broadening its business in China, a move that puts the Swiss investment bank at odds ...
November 6, 2016
AmCham China Conference 2016
HONG KONG—The AmCham China Conference 2016 was held on September 9 with the theme of Managing the Transition: ...
September 14, 2016
Capitalism With Chinese Characteristics: State Enterprise Reform Through Massive Theft
In the third essay in a four-part series, the author examines how Chinese-style privatization works
August 7, 2016
China’s Comac Sets Sights on Boeing, Airbus
China’s first homegrown jet airliner recently completed a $2 billion deal, giving the country a foothold in a ...
July 17, 2016
MTR Proceeds With Train Purchase Despite Safety Complaints
HONG KONG—MTR Corporation signed a contract with a mainland Chinese company to build new trains after they knew ...
July 15, 2016
Burberry Replaces CEO as Part of Turnaround Effort
The U.K.'s biggest luxury brand Burberry appointed Marco Gobbetti as its new chief executive, replacing Christopher Bailey who ...
July 11, 2016
Yahoo’s Value Plummets to $3 billion, Chinese Internet Begins to Panic
Yahoo, the first Internet business to be valued at over US$100 billion, recently announced that it would sell ...
June 28, 2016
Yum Brands Finding China Exit a Complicated Affair
Yum Brands Inc.’s carefully orchestrated China exit strategy has hit a few roadblocks.
June 5, 2016
Tulsi Gabbard Says Clinton ‘Smears’ Those Who Stand Up to the War Machine
Isabel van Brugen
US Economy a ‘Bright Spot’ in Global Outlook
Kurdish-Led Forces Say They Have Pulled out of Syria Border Town
Supreme Court Asked to Resolve Appeals Court Split Over Deportation of Permanent Residents
Pompeo Says There Was No Quid Pro Quo Tied to Ukraine Aid
Four Ways Pelosi Impeachment Inquiry Fails Hillary’s Watergate Tests
Final Report From House Antitrust Probe Into Big Tech Expected by ‘First Part’ of 2020