US stimulus has left Hong Kong banks awash with credit over recent years, but that is changing with rate rises in sight. Photo: Sam Tsang US stimulus has left Hong Kong banks awash with credit over recent years, but that is changing with rate rises in sight. Photo: Sam Tsang
US stimulus has left Hong Kong banks awash with credit over recent years, but that is changing with rate rises in sight. Photo: Sam Tsang

US rate rise applying pressure to credit quality at Hong Kong banks

Banks' liquidity in focus with likely higher US rates pressuring asset valuations, official says

Topic |   Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA)
US stimulus has left Hong Kong banks awash with credit over recent years, but that is changing with rate rises in sight. Photo: Sam Tsang US stimulus has left Hong Kong banks awash with credit over recent years, but that is changing with rate rises in sight. Photo: Sam Tsang
US stimulus has left Hong Kong banks awash with credit over recent years, but that is changing with rate rises in sight. Photo: Sam Tsang
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