HONG KONG (Nikkei Markets) -- Hong Kong shares clung to 25-month highs as heavyweight HSBC Holdings's late rally and sustained inflows from China helped offset weakness for the city's property developers. The Hang Seng Index added less than 0.1% to 26,852.05. ( read original story ...)
HSBC has received approval from regulators to set up a majority-owned securities joint venture in China, the first for a foreign group in the country. Hong Kong-based Bank of East Asia was also granted approval by the China Securities Regulatory Commission ... ( read original story ...)
The Hong Kong Rugby Union today announced the increase from HK$1,800 for this year’s event. The world-renowned Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens will be held on April 6-8 next year. The extra revenue will swell the union’s coffers by up to HK$6 ... ( read original story ...)
HSBC’s shares have risen 49 per cent in the past year, as of its close at HK$76.7 on Tuesday. HSBC, the biggest lender in Hong Kong and Europe, is expected to report a 17 per cent year on year rise in unadjusted net profit growth in the second quarter to ... ( read original story ...
the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC), the Standard Chartered Bank, and the Bank of China. The notes share identical colors between the three banks, but the designs are noticeably different. Now, let’s presume you find yourself in Hong ... ( read original story ...)
The Hong Kong Rugby Union has confirmed that ticket prices for the world-renowned Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens will increase for the first time since 2014. Starting in 2018, prices will be increased by approximately 8% or HK$50 dollars each day ... ( read original story ...)
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index briefly topped the 27,000 level ... The banking giant is scheduled to release interim results next Monday. Hang Seng Bank briefly hit 10-year high at HK$166.6. It traded at HK$165.5 at 10.15am, slightly down from Tuesday ... ( read original story ...)