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Hong Kong Airlines avoids losing license over cash crunch

07 Dec 2019

HONG KONG A Hong Kong air transport regulator said on Saturday it decided against suspending the license of Hong Kong Airlines, the city's second largest carrier, after it scrambled for funding.

Hong Kong government pledges funds to boost economy hit by months of unrest

05 Dec 2019

(This story corrects December 4 story to fix spelling of company name in 13th paragraph.)

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Hong Kong government pledges funds to boost economy hit by months of unrest

05 Dec 2019

HONG KONG, Dec 4 Hong Kong's government pledged HK$4 billion ($511 million) on Wednesday in new relief measures to help bolster an economy battered by months of protests that have eroded business confidence in the international financial hub.

Asian stocks climb as trade deal hopes flicker among Trump's mixed signals

05 Dec 2019

TOKYO/HONG KONG Stock markets in Asia inched up on Thursday on the possibility that China and the United States may soon seal a "phase one" deal to end their 17-month trade war, but conflicting messages from U.S. President Donald Trump kept a lid on the advance.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian stocks climb as trade deal hopes flicker among Trump's mixed signals

05 Dec 2019

* Asian shares higher on trade deal optimism, Europe to track rise

GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares gain as trade deal hopes flicker among Trump's mixed signals

05 Dec 2019

* Stocks in Asia move a notch higher on hopes of U.S.-China deal

UPDATE 3-China's Peking Founder races for funds as dollar debt defaults loom

04 Dec 2019

* Peking Founder seeking state-owned strategic investor - sources

Hong Kong leader says U.S. law will hurt business confidence

03 Dec 2019

HONG KONG Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday said U.S. legislation supporting protesters may damage business confidence in the financial hub, and announced a fourth round of relief measures to boost an economy battered by months of demonstrations. | Video

Peking Founder in talks for strategic investment after default - sources

03 Dec 2019

HONG KONG/BEIJING/SHANGHAI, Dec 3 China's Peking University Founder Group is looking for strategic investment from a large state-owned enterprise after defaulting on an onshore bond, three sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

REFILE-GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks shy from breaking new highs as trade mood darkens

29 Nov 2019

* Chilean peso falls as c.bank intervenes; most currencies steady

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