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More consumers in Asia Pacific becoming late-paying clients: survey

Sales of luxury goods plunged 19.7%

Home sale transactions to plunge below 4,000 units per month

3 key risks that Hong Kong banks must face

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The bourse’s income was dragged down by the delay in potential billion-dollar IPOs.
The city’s rival hubs such as Singapore have already reopened.
Particularly, the city is highly competitive in the high-net-worth and mass affluent space.
A study showed that it’s no longer the investment returns.
But 68% of them said their companies do not involve them in green initiatives.
The increase, however, was smaller than in the previous month's 1.6%.
Only 14% of businesses believe their situation will get better in Q4.
The number of jobless persons was down by around 7,100
This is as the weighted funding cost for deposits was steady during the month.
The 0.6% growth was driven by premium office space in the submarket.
Chief Secretary for Administration, John Lee, to take over until Lam recovers.
The airline’s overall tonnage grew MoM by more than 5% to 130,997 tonnes.
The airline carried ​​6,562 passengers on 17 September.