A woman walks past a bank’s electronic hoarding displaying the Hang Seng Index in Central, Hong Kong on March 23. There are 10 trillion reasons to start buying after the March lows. Photo: Edmond So A woman walks past a bank’s electronic hoarding displaying the Hang Seng Index in Central, Hong Kong on March 23. There are 10 trillion reasons to start buying after the March lows. Photo: Edmond So
A woman walks past a bank’s electronic hoarding displaying the Hang Seng Index in Central, Hong Kong on March 23. There are 10 trillion reasons to start buying after the March lows. Photo: Edmond So
Richard Harris
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Richard Harris

To recover, economies must first reckon with the coronavirus’ longer-term impact

  • Even with the market gyrations in the short term, investors could look further ahead to pick out bargains
  • Hong Kong, with huge reserves and a strong currency, is set to weather the storm. Yet, the government favours politics over economics, inhibiting recovery

A woman walks past a bank’s electronic hoarding displaying the Hang Seng Index in Central, Hong Kong on March 23. There are 10 trillion reasons to start buying after the March lows. Photo: Edmond So A woman walks past a bank’s electronic hoarding displaying the Hang Seng Index in Central, Hong Kong on March 23. There are 10 trillion reasons to start buying after the March lows. Photo: Edmond So
A woman walks past a bank’s electronic hoarding displaying the Hang Seng Index in Central, Hong Kong on March 23. There are 10 trillion reasons to start buying after the March lows. Photo: Edmond So
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