Hong Kong’s yuan deposits fall 46 per cent from their 2014 peak

Yuan deposits in Hong Kong have dropped 46 per cent from their peak of December 2014, and analysts see no end in sight for the exodus, as the currency continues to devalue. However, they also believe any damage to the city’s reputation as a leading …
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