• Tuesday
  • September 23, 2014
  • Last updated: 7:54am
Hong Kong




Search Results

Results 1 - 10 of 509 for car crash

Related topics matching your search

Search results

  1. Flagging not crashing

    Posted Sep 25th 2007, 12:00am by Louis Beckerling

    ... themselves for a bumpy ride for the remainder of the year; but there is no need to adopt the crash position as the world's biggest economy adjusts to slower growth. This is the consensus ... in jobless claims, already drifting higher; housing demand, which has faltered and allowed housing inventory to accumulate to the equivalent of 10 months of sales and growing; and retail and car ...

  2. HKEx earnings crash21pc in tough quarter

    Posted Aug 09th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Enoch Yiu enoch.yiu@scmp.com Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx), the operator of the city's stock and futures markets, expects a challenging time ahead after reporting a worse-than-expected 21 per cent profit drop in the second quarter. Chief ex ...

  3. Crash landing?

    Posted Jan 09th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Xu Sitao A rising chorus of commentators believes that mainland China is facing a broad slowdown in the residential property market, and that this could trigger a reversal of recent efforts to cool demand. Our view is that any policy reversal depends on t ...

  4. Hackers in new bid to crash HKEx site

    Posted Aug 12th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Enoch Yiu and Clifford Lo Computer hackers yesterday made a second attempt to crash the Hong Kong stock exchange's regulatory disclosure website. It came just a day after hackers crashed the site and forced the suspension of trading in shares of seven firms with a combined market value of HK$1.5 trillion, including HSBC Holdings. Hong Kong police say they suspect ...

  5. Crash course for investors

    Posted Aug 15th 2011, 12:00am

    ... of depression. But remember that after the stock market crash of 1929, which left markets depressed until after the second world war, the intervening period also saw the biggest market upswings ...

  6. Hackers crash the HKEx website

    Posted Aug 11th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Neil Gough, Enoch Yiu and Bien Perez Computer hackers attacked the Hong Kong Stock Exchange's regulatory disclosure website yesterday, crashing the site and forcing the suspension of trading in shares of seven firms with a combined market value of HK$1.5 trillion- including HSBC Holdings. 'Our current assessment is that this is the result of a malicious attack by outside ...

  7. Car finance firm to sell securities backed by assets

    Posted Mar 05th 2012, 12:00am

    ... a securities product backed by car loans. The issue is set to be launched within the first half of this year and is a sign that Beijing is pressing ahead with developing an asset-backed securities (ABS) market after a three-year hiatus, analysts say. The car financing firm will launch 2 billion yuan (HK$2.5 billion) worth of the car loans-backed product, four years after it issued ...

  8. Soros praises HK for blocking his dollar 'attacks'

    Posted Jun 16th 2009, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... Dennis Eng Billionaire financier George Soros has praised the Hong Kong government for thwarting his attempts to undermine the local currency and stock market in 1998 but maintained he had every right to do so. Mr Soros, criticised as being a predatory sp ...

  9. Mainland's first fund aimed at car services

    Posted Jul 12th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Daniel Ren ren.wei@scmp.com Mainland China's first private equity fund targeting the car services sector will be in operation as early as next month, seeking merger and acquisition ... of Jiading district in Shanghai, said a batch of deals were likely to be sealed in August. They would not specify the investment targets or deal sizes, but said the fund would focus on car ...

  10. Car sales likely to slow as Beijing unwinds stimulus

    Posted Dec 28th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Neil Gough Soaring mainland car sales growth is expected to cool next year as the government starts unwinding a number of stimulus measures that triggered the surge. Beijing rolled out a host of tax cuts, rebates and subsidies throughout the financial crisis, designed to encourage purchases of fuel-sipping cars with engines smaller than 1.6 litres. Chief among ...




SCMP.com Account