Hong Kong follows Fed hike, HKMA ready to defend peg as HK$ at new 33-year low

The move came as the Hong Kong dollar fell to a fresh 33-year low, and looked set to test the low end of its trading band, prompting the central bank to reaffirm it would intervene to defend the financial hub’s currency peg. The Fed raised interest rates …
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