Glory days: The then-new premises of the Far East Exchange, at American International Towers in Queen's Road Central in 1977. Photo: SCMP Glory days: The then-new premises of the Far East Exchange, at American International Towers in Queen's Road Central in 1977. Photo: SCMP
Glory days: The then-new premises of the Far East Exchange, at American International Towers in Queen's Road Central in 1977. Photo: SCMP

Electronic dealing marks the end of an era, as Hong Kong’s iconic trading hall to close in October

Brokers given notice about the closure of 32-year old trading floor. On an average day less than 30 traders might be using a desk there – a fraction of HK’s 500-strong broker community

Topic |   Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Glory days: The then-new premises of the Far East Exchange, at American International Towers in Queen's Road Central in 1977. Photo: SCMP Glory days: The then-new premises of the Far East Exchange, at American International Towers in Queen's Road Central in 1977. Photo: SCMP
Glory days: The then-new premises of the Far East Exchange, at American International Towers in Queen's Road Central in 1977. Photo: SCMP
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