A man walks past a money exchange shop in the Central business district of Hong Kong. Photo: AP A man walks past a money exchange shop in the Central business district of Hong Kong. Photo: AP
A man walks past a money exchange shop in the Central business district of Hong Kong. Photo: AP
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

When global markets are fearful of the coronavirus, cash-rich Hong Kong investors can afford to be bold

  • With both plummeting equity prices and US dollar strength, there is an added incentive for Hong Kong investors to act, given that the currency peg affords stability
  • With 2047 not that far away, now is the time to plan a longer-term portfolio diversification strategy

A man walks past a money exchange shop in the Central business district of Hong Kong. Photo: AP A man walks past a money exchange shop in the Central business district of Hong Kong. Photo: AP
A man walks past a money exchange shop in the Central business district of Hong Kong. Photo: AP
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