The Central waterfront in Hong Kong on 18 August 2021. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Hong Kong’s first retail green bond marks lacklustre trading debut
19 May 2022 - 12:07PM

Green bonds, fixed-income financial products designed to fund environmentally friendly projects, are an important part of Hong Kong’s plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

The Central waterfront in Hong Kong on 18 August 2021. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong’s first retail green bond marks lacklustre trading debut

Green bonds, fixed-income financial products designed to fund environmentally friendly projects, are an important part of Hong Kong’s plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

19 May 2022 - 12:07PM
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The flags of China and Hong Kong fly near an electronic screen displaying the Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
Hong Kong stocks jump after Beijing lockdown ruled out, Fed rate assurance

Tech giants help Hong Kong stocks rise by the most in two weeks mirroring gains in other Asian markets, but the index still posted a weekly loss.

13 May 2022 - 4:55PM
NFTs
Popular NFT collections fall faster than cryptocurrency in market rout

Bored Ape Yacht Club’s average sales price plummeted 29 per cent, a reversal of previous trends that saw blue-chip NFT collections outperform the rest of the crypto market

Bored Ape Yacht Club’s average sales price plummeted 29 per cent, a reversal of previous trends that saw blue-chip NFT collections outperform the rest of the crypto market

11 May 2022 - 3:02PM
Green bonds
Hong Kong’s first Retail Green Bond sells out as small investors piled in

The government’s inaugural green bond aimed at retail investors has been oversubscribed by 1.2 times, underlining the city’s potential as a major fundraising hub for environmentally friendly projects.

The government’s inaugural green bond aimed at retail investors has been oversubscribed by 1.2 times, underlining the city’s potential as a major fundraising hub for environmentally friendly projects.

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Tech stocks sink Hong Kong amid rate jitters as China hardens Covid stance
18 Apr 2022 - 7:30AM
Pain for China stocks as PBOC’s token easing confounds bullish easing bets
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Pacific Place in Admiralty, Hong Kong, remained closed after the anti-extradition bill protests as the area slowly returned to normal. Photo: May Tse
Concrete Analysis | Navigating evolving risks in the property, hospitality sectors

Insurance must be viewed within the wider context of enterprise risk management, encompassing risk mitigation measures that reduce the threat to people and property, says Edward Farrelly of Marsh

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Opinion | China’s yuan is gaining status as a reserve currency
  • Central banks around the world are showing interest in increasing their foreign reserves in the Chinese yuan
  • Central banks around the world are showing interest in increasing their foreign reserves in the Chinese yuan
17 Feb 2019 - 11:43PM
China’s yuan is gaining status as a reserve currency
Macroscope | Whose economy is in the stronger state to survive the trade war?

China may scale back the rhetoric of its global ambitions, recognising that discretion can be the better part of valour in a long-term game. Likewise, Trump may be less confrontational, now that the soft underbelly of the US economy has been exposed

China may scale back the rhetoric of its global ambitions, recognising that discretion can be the better part of valour in a long-term game. Likewise, Trump may be less confrontational, now that the soft underbelly of the US economy has been exposed

16 Dec 2018 - 7:50PM
Whose economy is in the stronger state to survive the trade war?

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