It has been revealed in recent developments of the stock market that the shares from Hong Kong have seen a rise of 2.15 in the recent times. This came after there was intimation that the leaders from the Eurozone shall take effective measures to tackle the debt crisis looming over them since a
The escalating house prices in Hong Kong have led Hong Kong's Chief Executive Donald Tsangto say that the Government’s irresolute decision of 2003 has caused the prices of the housing to surge. He has criticized the government for over reacting at the outset of inflation.
A tribute paid by 19- year -old Jonathan Mak, a Hong Kong-based student, to Steve Jobs (1955 to 2011) has created an instant fame for him.
Typhoon Nesat closed entire working of financial markets in Hong Kong on September 29. However, chances seem higher that the companies, including Angang Steel, HSBC and Lenovo Group could face or forced to make some big changes in their prices when trading in the region resumes.
Today, Hong Kong shares witnessed big deal of downfall. It is believed that fall in the market resulted from Hong Kong Bank's move of buying the stakes of the financially damaged countries.
A merger is due to be seen between Malaysian-born Ong brothers who recently booked fabulous profits in Asian markets. The two are joining hands so that they could provide advice to the RRJ Capital, a private equity firm which has a value of $2.3 billion in the market.
The move taken by the two of joining hands is temporary. It has been reported that even after the joint venture Charles will be enjoying the post of Senior Managing Director for the new project. With the pursuit of better working of the project, youngsters will be given a chance.
Hong Kong realizes that the scarcity of intercontinental schools at its place may decline its position in the markets overseas. The main threat that Hong Kong faces it’s from Singapore.
On Monday, China’s shares faced a roll down in Shanghai and Hong Kong having a strong influence from market fluctuations where investors knocked companies reporting weak or forecast-meeting results, while a late jump in HSBC helped the Hang Seng index offset some of those losses and end higher.
The swift growth of Asian economy is proving a greater source of creating jobs at Hong Kong and Singapore. It has been reported that following the persistent economic growth of Asian economy, demand of commercial and private bankers, mid-office staffers, risk managers and prime brokers have increased manifold. There is also growing demand of fund managers and lawyers.
With the pursuit of helping Hong Kong to fight with the surging prices of property, the China's Vice Premier Li Keqiang announced measures yesterday.
It has been reported that the prices of property amidst inflation rose by 5.6%, leaving the middle and working class aghast. Over the past few years, the prices of houses jumped because of low interest rates.