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Hang Seng Index rebounds from four-month low, declines overdone say traders
The 14-day relative strength index of the Hang Seng Index fell to 27 on Thursday, below the threshold of 30 that signals to some technical traders that stocks are oversold and d...
Covid-19 shows it’s time to put people and the planet first
A recent OECD report calls for countries to move away from a model that priorities GDP growth to one that focuses on human well-being, environmental sustainability, economic res...
Regulator takes on financial fraud on social media, launches Facebook page
With one in every five stock market scams originating on social-media platforms, Hong Kong’s securities regulator has launched a Facebook page to warn investors about such activ...
No more MTR blunders and setbacks? Hong Kong rail giant launches review
Internal inquiry into how MTR Corp is run follows train derailment, project delays and anti-government protests.
Hong Kong gears up for major tech event
Hong Kong will be playing host, albeit virtually, to a major international blockchain event in November. Industry leaders from across the world are expected to participate in Ho...
Billionaire Property Heir Has Big Bets on Troubled Hong Kong
From building Hong Kong’s largest shopping mall to constructing a sprawling $3.9 billion sports center, Adrian Cheng has been one of the most aggressive property investors in to...
Pro-democracy leader Joshua Wong arrested in Hong Kong
Wong released on bail after arrest over 2019 protest and for allegedly violating anti-mask law
Hong Kong Expats Are Buying Up Luxury Homes From London to Los Angeles
The city’s wealthiest citizens are moving their money amid political unrest.
Newborn baby’s body found next to rubbish bin in Hong Kong
Baby girl had piece of cloth in her mouth and umbilical cord still attached. Criminal investigation under way.
Hong Kong company director arrested on suspicion of laundering HK$400 million
Woman’s bank accounts linked to alleged money laundering by family of five taken into custody two weeks ago, customs says.
National security law: Hong Kong civil servants worried by planned loyalty pledge
An attendee at a consultation session with civil service minister Patrick Nip says he was vague on how new oath-taking rules would be implemented.
Hong Kong police tighten control on media with new accreditation rules
Experts say new policy enables government to decide who is a journalist and curbs power of student and online journalism
Hong Kong Disneyland Stripped of Right to Expand Theme Park
Walt Disney Co.’s Hong Kong Disneyland Resort will be unable to expand its site after local authorities decided not to renew an agreement with the amusement park to develop a ne...
Hong Kong supermarket chain in HK$32 million lucky draw cash giveaway
ParknShop says anyone with Hong Kong ID card will be eligible as reveals further details of plan to return HK$81 million it received as part of the government’s wage subsidies s...
Vatican and China prepare to renew historic deal, angering US
Pope Francis has reportedly approved a two-year renewal of the deal on the appointment of bishops vetted by the Vatican.
Hong Kong police move to limit access to press briefings draws fire
The force will stop recognising press accreditation issued by local media groups or journalist associations unless registered with Information Services Department.
Hong Kong urged to add European countries to Covid-19 high-risk list
Public health expert says Britain, France and Spain are facing a second virus wave and he believes crisis will become more severe in Europe as weather cools.
Hong Kong’s RTHK, Commercial Radio slapped with warnings from watchdog
Both RTHK and Commercial Radio were taken to task by the Communications Authority for what was deemed to be biased criticism of police.
Rehabilitation not only concern, judge rules in review of teen’s arson sentence
High Court chief judge finds teen’s original probation sentence was disproportionate to the severity of the arson charge.
Hongkongers were most angry during dine-in ban amid pandemic: survey
Survey was based on 400,000 posts on social media, more than 4.7 million online comments, and interactions among internet users between May 16 and September 6.
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