hong kong finance

  • 26 Finance Master's degrees in Hong Kong (SAR) 2019 ...

    If you're interested in studying a Finance degree in Hong Kong (SAR) you can view all 26 Masters programmes. You can also read more about Finance degrees in general, or about studying in Hong Kong (SAR). Many universities and colleges in Hong Kong (SAR) offer English-taught Master's degrees.

  • Hong Kong vs. China: Understanding the Differences

    Sep 04, 2019 · Hong Kong and mainland China even use different currencies. Hong Kong continues to use the Hong Kong Dollar, which is pegged under the Linked Exchange Rate System to .

  • Master of Finance | Taught Postgraduate Admissions | The ...

    Master of Finance is an interdisciplinary programme that aims to provide motivated individuals with cutting-edge training in financial theory and the necessary mathematical, statistical and computer training to enable them to compete in a challenging local and global financial environment.

  • Luxury Hotel on Hong Kong Island - Four Seasons Hotels and ...

    An urban powerhouse encapsulating Hong Kong's irresistible energy, our landmark home is the preferred address for guests who want to stay in the middle of it all. With eight Michelin stars and a Zen-inspiring Spa under one roof, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is a culinary and wellness destination at the edge of storied Victoria Harbour.

  • Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing ...

    Hong Kongers should perhaps feel relieved. For once, disruption was the result of technical glitches rather than civil strife. The Hong Kong stock market blamed "prolonged connectivity issues ...

  • Hong Kong critical to China but uncertainty reigns ...

    Business Hong Kong critical to China but uncertainty reigns. China doesn't need the former Crown colony quite as much as it did back in 1997 when it switched from British rule.

  • Hong Kong's Economy Hit by Protests, Finance Secretary ...

    Jul 28, 2019 · Social unrest gripping Hong Kong has affected the city's economy and businesses, and the unemployment rate is likely to rise from current levels, Financial Secretary Paul Chan said in .