A heavy goods vehicle driving instructor directs a student in Wolverhampton, Britain. Photo: Bloomberg A heavy goods vehicle driving instructor directs a student in Wolverhampton, Britain. Photo: Bloomberg
A heavy goods vehicle driving instructor directs a student in Wolverhampton, Britain. Photo: Bloomberg
Neil Newman
Opinion

Opinion

Abacus by Neil Newman

What the lolly for a UK lorry means for the wonga of a Hongkonger

  • Lorry drivers in Britain are now earning more than junior analysts at Goldman Sachs in the US as economic predictions are upturned
  • Unemployment is dropping, inflation is rising and what happens in the UK, EU and US will impact Hong Kong through the HKMA peg – unless it decouples

A heavy goods vehicle driving instructor directs a student in Wolverhampton, Britain. Photo: Bloomberg A heavy goods vehicle driving instructor directs a student in Wolverhampton, Britain. Photo: Bloomberg
A heavy goods vehicle driving instructor directs a student in Wolverhampton, Britain. Photo: Bloomberg
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