Nicole Wong Regional Head of Property Research at CLSA, discusses the outlook of Hong Kong's property sector, amid biting factors like stamp duty, interest rates and supply shortage.» Read More
*Wing Hang could be worth as much as $6.3 bln- JPMorgan. HONG KONG, Sept 17- Hong Kong's family-run banks, under pressure from new rules requiring higher levels of capital, are finding M&A stars re-aligning in their favour, with Chong Hing Bank Ltd and now Wing Hang Bank Ltd getting takeover offers from suitors.
HONG KONG, Sept 17- China shares suffered their biggest daily loss since July on Tuesday, as lukewarm August foreign direct investment accelerated profit-taking ahead of a two-day public holiday this week. The CSI300 of the leading Shanghai and Shenzhen A-share listings ended down 2.1 percent at 2,427.3 points in its worst daily loss since July 29.
HONG KONG, Sept 17- Asian shares eased and the dollar firmed on Tuesday as investors, who welcomed Lawrence Summers ending his bid to lead the U.S. European markets were seen taking a breather following Asia's lead, with futures for the Euro STOXX 50, Germany's DAX and France's down 0.1 to 0.3 percent.
*Wing Hang Bank leads Hong Kong up after takeover offer. HONG KONG, Sept 17- Hong Kong shares slipped from a 17- month high in early Tuesday trade, with mainland Chinese markets also weaker, ahead of a U.S.
HONG KONG, Sept 17- China's yuan fell against the dollar on Tuesday on suspected intervention by the central bank to prevent its currency from appreciating too fast, a sign that any further gains by the yuan might be modest. The People's Bank of China fixed the yuan's midpoint at 6.1571, or 0.03 percent weaker than Monday's 6.1554.
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