Brendan Clift

Brendan Clift is a business reporter at the South China Morning Post. He also writes, teaches and broadcasts on a range of topics including law, music and the environment.
Brendan Clift
Brendan Clift is a business reporter at the South China Morning Post. He also writes, teaches and broadcasts on a range of topics including law, music and the environment.

Latest from Brendan Clift

Credit Suisse banks on Asia’s long-term growth
China’s carmakers head into tough 2016 as tighter competition forces price cuts, production changes
Green business to reap China’s environmental policy rewards
Beer giants struggle in China market chill
China stocks battle for sixth straight day of gains, led by energy and shipping
To attract global fund flows, China will need to improve transparency, access to information, says analyst
London’s commercial properties on the rise despite currency concerns
Chip makers and related companies set to benefit from   internet connectivity boom, analysts say
Gold sparkles amid global gloom to brighten mining sector
Macau casino operators get a boost from improving visitor numbers
HSBC decision to stay in London not affected by Mong Kok riot
China markets claw back losses as materials sector leads recovery
Regulation and business development cited by HSBC as reasons for staying in London rather than moving to Hong Kong
China Markets Live - Shanghai and Shenzhen end marginally easier but claws back most of today’s losses; Hong Kong market ends strongly as HSBC verdict on headquarters cheer punters
Hong Kong stocks extend sell-off as banking giant HSBC tumbles to 7-year low after calling off pay freeze
Punishment looms for Tianjin explosion executives
Hong Kong markets close - first day of Year of the Monkey gives nasty bite as stocks lead Asian losses

Horrid performance of global markets sparks safe-haven rush to gold

14 Jun 2018 - 4:55PM
Hong Kong markets close - first day of Year of the Monkey gives nasty bite as stocks lead Asian losses

Horrid performance of global markets sparks safe-haven rush to gold

Hong Kong stocks suffer worst Chinese New Year debut since 1994
Hong Kong and Chinese stock markets: technology stocks lead winners but gaming stocks headline losers in 2015
China telecoms operators expanding apace
China’s internet giants investing in offline retail for growth
Batteries may stall China’s electric vehicle push
Biggest developers in Hong Kong and China best placed to withstand rise in rates
US rate hike to pressure China’s capital reserves and currency
Place your bets: Singapore, Malaysia casinos more attractive than Macau, analysts say
China consumer goods saturated but services to grow
No more empty prospects for China hotels
Carmakers on road to recovery in China
Chinese airlines fly high as tourists get on board
Global greening may cost dinosaur industries
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