HKEX’s current valuation may be too upbeat and not fully price in the risk of an earnings miss, says Sharnie Wong, an analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. Photo: Reuters HKEX’s current valuation may be too upbeat and not fully price in the risk of an earnings miss, says Sharnie Wong, an analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. Photo: Reuters
HKEX’s current valuation may be too upbeat and not fully price in the risk of an earnings miss, says Sharnie Wong, an analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. Photo: Reuters

With the global crown as world’s No. 1 fundraising hub in its sight, Hong Kong stock exchange is chasing transaction volume

  • HKEX faces headwinds including a fall in trade volumes amid Hong Kong’s political crisis, and more competition for listings from mainland Chinese exchanges
  • The exchange is on course to secure the No. 1 spot globally for fundraising for the seventh time in 11 years, but that doesn’t guarantee plain sailing, say analysts

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HKEX’s current valuation may be too upbeat and not fully price in the risk of an earnings miss, says Sharnie Wong, an analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. Photo: Reuters HKEX’s current valuation may be too upbeat and not fully price in the risk of an earnings miss, says Sharnie Wong, an analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. Photo: Reuters
HKEX’s current valuation may be too upbeat and not fully price in the risk of an earnings miss, says Sharnie Wong, an analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. Photo: Reuters
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