Deputy chief executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority Howard Lee Tat-chi explains the features of new Hong Kong banknotes at Two International Finance Centre, in Central on July 24. Photo: Sam Tsang
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

Despite extradition protests, China’s economic stimulus and US monetary policy easing leave Hong Kong well placed

  • China’s stimulus measures and the US Fed’s expected interest rate cut are likely to boost the Hang Seng Index, which in turn will support the Hong Kong dollar. Traders shorting the currency should rethink their strategy

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Deputy chief executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority Howard Lee Tat-chi explains the features of new Hong Kong banknotes at Two International Finance Centre, in Central on July 24. Photo: Sam Tsang
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