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7 in 10 Hongkongers are optimistic about their financial health

They are more optimistic than Singaporeans.

Seven in 10 Hongkongers (70%) are positive about their financial health in 2023, data from Endowus' Wealth Insights report revealed.

Endowus said China's reopening gave Hongkongers a boost and increased their confidence in the city's economic recovery. 

Almost half of the locals (45%) are "quite confident" that Hong Kong's economy recover in 2023.

Given their positive economic outlook, Hongkongers expect to spend more money this year (44%).

More than half of them (54%P) are also willing to grow capital by taking some risks this year.

READ MORE: HK economy grows 2.7% in Q1 


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