With surging foreign capital inflows forcing the central bank to print money to keep the...
With surging foreign capital inflows forcing the central bank to print money to keep the currency from busting out of its peg, Hong Kong stocks begin to draw investor interest. The inflows, says Dariusz Kowalczyk, signal the realization the Chinese slowdown may be old news and shares are cheap. EWH +2.3% premarket.
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