In this week’s Sunday Investor, we explain why UK real estate can offer relief to the world’s investors currently weathering the recent equities fallout
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Category: Hong Kong
What’s Black Monday and why stock markets around the world falling? It was dubbed Black Monday because stock markets from all over the world crashed. The panic originated in China over fears about a sharp deceleration in the world’s second largest economy. The volatile nature of equities meant that investors wanted to minimise their… Read more »
As the Shanghai Composite Index suffers its biggest fall since 2007, could UK student property offer SE Asian investors the stability they’re looking for?
David Cameron has told investors from southeast Asia to forget about London and place their money into the cities of northern England.
Government measures lasted just three weeks, now how long can the Hong Kong property market stand up to Chinese share volatility?
Both investors and analysts are finding it difficult to predict the future of the Hong Kong real estate market, despite intense speculation.
Problems with Chinese share prices could spill over to the Hong Kong stock market. Where will investors look next?
The previously high-performing Hong Kong real estate market stalled at the weekend, as the region’s shares took a tumble.