Hong Kong economy

GDP shrinks by 4% YoY in Q1

This is a reversal from the growth in the previous four quarters.
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GDP shrinks by 4% YoY in Q1

This is a reversal from the growth in the previous four quarters.
6 days ago

HKEX launches OCG-C centralised access trading platform

This shows HKEX's commitment to building efficient tech solutions.

HK places third in Global Financial Centres Index

The UK think tank Z/Yen and the China Development Institute authored the report.

Hong Kong new economic envoy in London assumes post

Gilford Law is the new Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office Director-General.

Delta variant may dampen employment recovery in Hong Kong: Analyst

The jobless rate further dropped to 5% between May and July 2021.

Hong Kong’s recovery likely to remain moderate, gradual in H2

The strict COVID-19 measures are expected to dampen the city’s economic growth.

Business receipts up nearly 10% ending eight quarters of decline

This is thanks to the contained epidemic situation, as well as Hong Kong’s economic recovery.

Hong Kong’s economic growth slows down as border control remains

The city’s GDP expanded by 7.5% in the second quarter from 7.9% previously.

Exports grow 'strongly' by over 30% to $406.6b in June

The recent surge, however, may dampen recovery in some markets.

Jobless rate likely to further drop next month

The unemployment rate has been declining for four consecutive months since March.

Hong Kong’s economy likely to grow 9.8% in Q2: MS

This is thanks to a low base year and growing external demand.

Jobless rate drops to 5.5% in June as economy rebounds

This is the fourth consecutive month that the unemployment rate declined.

More Hong Kong businesses optimistic for Q3: Survey

Around 17% expect the situation to improve against 11% that expect otherwise.

Hong Kong to remain attractive to M&A

The US-China tensions made HK particularly attractive to Chinese companies, report says.

SMEs sentiments improve despite staying cautious 

The diffusion index on business receipts inched up to 45.1 in June.