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Investors wary of new QDII prospects

Hong Kong investors had a subdued reaction to the central bank's ambitious plan. Photo: AFP

Beijing's plans to let individual mainlanders invest in Hong Kong stocks has been greeted with muted enthusiasm, with experts warning investors not to get their hopes up.

Monday, 21 January, 2013, 1:48pm

Mainland commercial real estate investors seen favouring Hong Kong

Mainland commercial real estate investors seen favouring Hong Kong

Mainland investment in commercial real estate around the world will continue to grow this year as Chinese companies are encouraged to invest abroad.

16 Jan 2013 - 5:19am

Tiny gains disappoint mainland investors

Shanghai stocks inched up 0.35 per cent yesterday, in contrast to the 2.8 per cent opening-day gain on Japan's Nikkei Index. Photo: Reuters

Mainland stocks yesterday failed to chalk up handsome gains on their first trading day of 2013, dampening investors' hopes that shares would follow a rally on overseas bourses which occurred during the three-day break on the local market.

5 Jan 2013 - 3:13am

Hong Kong property tax hurts local business more than mainlanders

Corporate investors and non-permanent Hong Kong residents now must pay a 15 per cent duty when buying flats such as these. Photo: AFP

The unexpected bomb dropped by the Hong Kong government in late October on the city's overheated luxury housing market is akin to America's carpet bombing in the late 1960s of what was then known as communist North Vietnam.

At least, that is how one market watcher describes the government's attempt to curb the city's property prices.

11 Dec 2012 - 3:29am

Mainland stocks attractive after fall to 2009 low

Mainland stocks attractive after fall to 2009 low

Mainland stocks are attractive compared with the past and their regional peers, and investors should buy more "deep cyclical" sectors tied to the country's recovering economy, HSBC Global Asset Management said.

4 Dec 2012 - 3:10am

LME hopes to attract more members from China

Traders can do deals over the telephone, electronically or the old way by hand signals and shouting. Photo: Bloomberg

London Metal Exchange, which got regulatory approval last week to become part of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, believes more Chinese banks and brokers will apply for membership as more mainland investors trade metal.

4 Dec 2012 - 4:17am