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HKEX profit declines anew, falling ​​to HK$3.3 billion in Q3

The bourse’s income was dragged down by the delay in potential billion-dollar IPOs.
8 hours ago

HKEX profit declines anew, falling ​​to HK$3.3 billion in Q3

The bourse’s income was dragged down by the delay in potential billion-dollar IPOs.
8 hours ago

HK's financial centre status at risk with tightening of travel restrictions

The city’s rival hubs such as Singapore have already reopened.
1 day ago

HK retains rank as 3rd most competitive wealth management centre

Particularly, the city is highly competitive in the high-net-worth and mass affluent space.
1 day ago

What's the most crucial consideration in sustainable investments?

A study showed that it’s no longer the investment returns.
2 days ago

4 in 10 employees inclined to contribute to sustainability agenda

But 68% of them said their companies do not involve them in green initiatives.
2 days ago

Consumer prices rise by 1.4% in September

The increase, however, was smaller than in the previous month's 1.6%.
3 days ago

Which sectors are expecting their situation to improve by end-2021?

Only 14% of businesses believe their situation will get better in Q4.
6 days ago

Unemployment rate slightly dips to 4.5% 

The number of jobless persons was down by around 7,100

Composite interest rate remains at 0.19% by end-September 2021

This is as the weighted funding cost for deposits was steady during the month.

Central's office rent grows for 2nd consecutive month

The 0.6% growth was driven by premium office space in the submarket.

Lam on leave after suffering minor elbow fracture from fall

Chief Secretary for Administration, John Lee, to take over until Lam recovers.

Cathay Pacific carries most cargo in a single month since COVID onset 

The airline’s overall tonnage grew MoM by more than 5% to 130,997 tonnes.

Cathay Pacific hits highest single-day passenger count since March 2020 

The airline carried ​​6,562 passengers on 17 September.

HKMA announces 19 eligible banks for cross-boundary WMC

Three of the 19 banks include HSBC, Citibank, and Standard Chartered.

Standard Chartered Hong Kong launch WMC services

Clients can now purchase SC Hong Kong’s wealth management products.