Hong Kong might be the largest offshore yuan market, but its total yuan deposit is not big enough for even one week’s turnover at the city’s stock exchange. Photo: Bloomberg
Hong Kong might be the largest offshore yuan market, but its total yuan deposit is not big enough for even one week’s turnover at the city’s stock exchange. Photo: Bloomberg
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Hong Kong’s reboot of trading in yuan shares timely, even if it only attracts mainland Chinese investors, analysts say

  • The yuan’s illiquidity will not be attractive for international investors or local companies looking to go public, even if it does not present a hurdle for mainland investors, Morton Securities’ chairman says
  • Allowing southbound trading in yuan-denominated shares under the Stock Connects could help the city reboot such trading activity, analyst says

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Hong Kong might be the largest offshore yuan market, but its total yuan deposit is not big enough for even one week’s turnover at the city’s stock exchange. Photo: Bloomberg
Hong Kong might be the largest offshore yuan market, but its total yuan deposit is not big enough for even one week’s turnover at the city’s stock exchange. Photo: Bloomberg
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