Maybe Hong Kong Doesn’t Want To Be A Global Financial Center Anymore
On top of its strict COVID quarantine rules, the city is planning a block-trading crackdown.
This Is Not Hong Kong, Elon, This Is Wall Street. There Are Rules.
Jamie Dimon thinks Tesla is over the line.
Goldman Says Stock-Transfer Taxes Aren’t All Bad, As Long As They’re Not In New York
A convenient catalyst to a healthy correction in Hong Kong is a poison pill in the Big Apple.
It May Be Illegal To Hire A Princeling As A Bribe, But It’s Not Illegal To Ask Someone Else To Do It
Apparently not in Hong Kong, anyway.
HSBC CEO Would Rather Answer Awkward Questions From British Members Of Parliament Than Chinese Bureaucrats
But Noel Quinn’s not a political man so he’d rather not get in to the obvious implications of that choice.
World’s Banks Doing Their Part To Snuff Out Democracy In Hong Kong
Not a fan of Beijing’s heavy hand? No wealth management services for you!
Kyle Bass Certain His Sinophobic Dreams Are About To Come True
For real this time, you guys. He’s staking his fortune and reputation on it.
How Much Do Hedge Fund Managers Value Chewing Gum, Spitting?
Probably not enough to keep them in Hong Kong going forward.
Hedge Fund Manager Demonstrates Wonderful Sense Of Comedic Timing, Profession's Pervasive Sociopathy
What’s normally just gross was briefly high comedy for Solitude Capital Management’s Joel Werner.
A-B InBev Asia IPO As Watered-Down, Badly Made And Unloved As Its Beers
Let the brewing giant show you how it’s not done.
Chinese Authorities REALLY Wanted A Word With Local Billionaire
What's a little light rendition when you've got a serious question?
Hong Kong Picks Awkward Time To Make Its IPOs More Like Ours
At a time when U.S. exchanges seem to have lost the capacity to competently manage an initial public offering, one might expect Hong Kong's securities honchos to sense an opening. They have apparently gotten a different message.