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Markets. 18 November, 2010, 9:02Asia Investment Views 18 Nov
US and European markets were stable after massive losses in previous days. I wil not be surprised to see a rebound today in Hong Kong/China, though I remain cautious.
Markets. 17 November, 2010, 8:54Asia Investment Views 17 Nov
US and Europe got crushed on European debt crisis and China Inflation concern. Look for lower opening.
Markets. 16 November, 2010, 9:07Asia Investment Views 16 Nov
US markets were mixed, while major European markets were up. However, Euro is being crushed and US dollar is strengthening.
Markets. 15 November, 2010, 9:02Asia Investment Views 15 Nov
EU wants to force Ireland to take the bailout, though Ireland insists that they don’t need it. Japan’s GDP growth was better than expected, but concern remained. China market crashed last week, and people in Hong Kong and China seem to have diverging views.
Markets. 12 November, 2010, 9:00Asia Investment Views 12 Nov
US was down, while European markets were mixed. Euro debt crisis continued. Chinese Yuan rose faster these days than before.
Markets. 11 November, 2010, 8:57Asia Investment Views 11 Nov
European debt fears finally return. US markets were slightly up. All eyes on China inflation number and G20.
Markets. 10 November, 2010, 8:53Asia Investment Views 10 Nov
US was down and Europe was up. Dagong (who?) downgraded US credit rating, and investors shying away from periphery of Europe. More tightening from China ahead.
Markets. 9 November, 2010, 9:09Asia Investment Views 9 Nov
US and Europe markets were mostly down as European debt concern came back. US dollar strengthened and Euro dropped. Sino Land (83.HK) sold shares after Hang Lung Properties (101.HK) sold shares. May put pressure to property developers stocks.
Markets. 8 November, 2010, 9:03Asia Investment Views 8 Nov
I believe the markets are still rather excited after the QE2 and recent rally. Risk-appetite is there, and the rise may continue, no matter how unhealthy it actually is.
Markets. 5 November, 2010, 9:14Asia Investment Views 5 Nov
US and European markets rose on weak dollar. Hang Lung Properties to raise capital in a share placement.
Markets. 4 November, 2010, 9:00Asia Investment Views 4 Nov
Here comes the QE2, but it is not a silver bullet. Problems are all around, and you will not know when it explodes
Markets. 3 November, 2010, 9:06Asia Investment Views 3 Nov
US and European markets were up. The democrats are poised to lose the House. Land auction today in Hong Kong.
Markets. 2 November, 2010, 8:55Asia Investment Views 2 Nov
US market was flat after report on the probe on JPMorgan. Not much important in HK/China side. All focus will be on Mid-term Election.
Markets. 1 November, 2010, 8:57Asia Investment Views 1 Nov
This week focus will be on the Fed and Mid-term Election. In Hong Kong, there will be another land auction this week.
Markets. 29 October, 2010, 9:24Asia Investment Views 29 Oct
US was mixed, Europe was, Japan is down. Dollar is stable and slightly strengthening. Mixed picture for Hong Kong.
Markets. 28 October, 2010, 9:00Asian financial markets preview 28 Oct
US and European markets were mostly down with the exception of US techs. Worries are again looming on Greek and Portugese debt, and now people think the size of QE2 might disappoint.
Markets. 27 October, 2010, 9:14Asia Investment Views 27 Oct
US markets were flat while Europeans were down. Home prices in HK is rising and have no sign of slowing. Bank of China and Agricultural Bank of China will announce Q3 earnings today.
Markets. 26 October, 2010, 9:15Asia Investment Views 26 Oct
US market was up last night, but BAC and JPM got crushed. DXY stabilised, so don’t be too excited about stocks today.
Markets. 25 October, 2010, 9:11Asia Investment Views 25 Oct
DXY weakens again after G20 meeting. Although the dollar is very cheap now, pressure on it is still there on the QE bet. Big China companies will announce earnings this week.
Markets. 22 October, 2010, 9:30Asia Investment Views 22 Oct
US and Europe rose yesterday, with some good earnings and data. HK/China might go higher, but keep watching DXY.