Financial Secretary Paul Chan has moved to ease market fears in the city after global stocks took a battering on Monday. Photo: Joanathan Wong Financial Secretary Paul Chan has moved to ease market fears in the city after global stocks took a battering on Monday. Photo: Joanathan Wong
Financial Secretary Paul Chan has moved to ease market fears in the city after global stocks took a battering on Monday. Photo: Joanathan Wong

Hong Kong finance minister Paul Chan moves to ease market fears, says city’s systems can handle economic uncertainty

  • Financial Secretary says Hong Kong’s banking systems can withstand fluctuations in global economy
  • Hong Kong Monetary Authority steps up inspection of stock and derivative trading

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Financial Secretary Paul Chan has moved to ease market fears in the city after global stocks took a battering on Monday. Photo: Joanathan Wong Financial Secretary Paul Chan has moved to ease market fears in the city after global stocks took a battering on Monday. Photo: Joanathan Wong
Financial Secretary Paul Chan has moved to ease market fears in the city after global stocks took a battering on Monday. Photo: Joanathan Wong
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