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After 31 years, Hong Kong Stock Exchange closes the doors of its trading floor
The stock exchange has not yet announced any closing ceremony for the trading hall but only said it plans to turn the hall into “a showcase to promote the city’s financial market and its history.”
Money Talks: Hong Kong Stock exchange close for good
More than 30 years of floor trading have come to an end in Hong Kong, it is joining the club of stock exchanges like Tokyo and London that no longer have trading halls. With the rise of internet trading most traders have shifted to corporate offices and with just a handful of floor traders left the historic hall has finally closed. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
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A Tale of Two Hong Kong Traders
With Hong Kong's famous trading floor closing, WSJ spoke to the city's oldest stock trader and one of its youngest ones about how the industry has changed and where it's headed. Video/Photo: Clément Bürge/WSJ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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The Hong Kong Exchange (HKEX) explained in one minute
In this GFM Money Minute, Tariq Dennison describes the Hong Kong Exchange (HKEX) as a center of trading stocks (including local Hong Kong stocks, many Chinese stocks known as "H-shares", and several non-Chinese companies) as well as futures contracts on Hang Seng indices and the Chinese Yuan Renminbi currency. To find out more, follow us on www.gfmasset.com
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Hong Kong - Hong Stock Market crashes
T/I: 10:28:10 Thursday's (23/10) plunge on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange wiped 29.3 billion US dollars off the value of shares. Hong Kong's key Hang Seng share index plunged 10.4 percent on Thursday in its biggest-ever points drop. SHOWS: HONG KONG, 23 OCTOBER 1997 WS of the exterior of the stock exchange; PAN of trading floor; cu of stock broker at telex machine; cu of papers; ms trading floor; ms price board; cu of man on phone; vs of stockbrokers looking at computers; focus pull on board; ms of trader on phone; vs of trading floor; VS of computers and telex machines; pan of price board; vs of traders; vs of telex machines; CU of final trade prices; 2.30 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c27d831e4e250910c29bffcdb5d6927d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hong Kong's Stock Exchange: The Next Step
On March 6, the Chazen Institute of International Business presented a talk by Charles Li, CEO of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd.
9 Things to Know About Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect
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Top 10 Stock Exchanges In The World
1. New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) 2. NASDAQ OMX 3. Tokyo Stock Exchange 4. London Stock Exchange 5. Shanghai Stock Exchange 6. Hong Kong Stock Exchange 7. Toronto Stock Exchange 8. BM&F Bovespa 9. Australian Securities Exchange 10. Deutsche Börse
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Stock exchanges of Shenzhen, Hong Kong to launch new cross-border share trading link
Starting tomorrow, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange will launch the "Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect," a mechanism that allows investors in the Mainland and Hong Kong to trade eligible shares listed on each other''s market through their local securities companies. This means that Taiwanese investors will be able to trade stocks on the two exchanges without having to open up an account in China. Analysts think the new development is unlikely to force Taiwan out of the game, despite the low trading volumes on the TaiEx of late. Even though the Taiwan Stock Exchange Corp is not open on the weekend, some investors were still keenly tracking the movements of various stocks in anticipation of the launch of the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect tomorrow. For these traders, it will be a new investment channel. TraderNow there are even more mainland company stocks to choose from.In future, foreign investors will be able trade over 800 different kinds of stocks in Shenzhen and Chinese investors can also buy 400 kinds of Hong Kong stocks. Fubon Financial estimates as China’s capital markets gradually liberalize, they will be able to attract more than US$300 billion. The Taiwan Stock Exchange Corp is seeing average daily trading volumes plummet, but analysts think it is too pessimistic to say that the new cross-border share trading link between the two cities will produce a “crowding out” effect. Wu Jin-chauFinancial AnalystIn the short term, this will not have too much of an impact. Taiwan’s stock transaction volumes are already pretty low. Taiwan stocks have relatively low profit margins. If you choose to list in Hong Kong or Shenzhen, the price-earnings ratio is comparatively higher, so that has the effect of even more financing. However, analysts pointed out that for listed companies, trading volumes in Hong Kong and Shenzhen are relatively large and financing is comparatively easy to come by. There are fears that this could encourage even more (Taiwanese companies) to list on the stock exchanges of Hong Kong and Shenzhen.
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Money Talks: Hong Kong Stock Exchange wants to revamp its regulations
Hong Kong's stock exchange has long been a desirable place for initial public offerings, especially for mainland Chinese companies. But as bourses across the world rethink their growth strategies, the rules that once made Hong Kong the place to be for Chinese firms, could be hindering it. Joel Flynn explains why. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
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The Launch of Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect - English
Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, a ground-breaking mutual market access programme connecting the stock markets in Shanghai and Hong Kong, launched successfully on 17 November 2014. Watch the video of how the Stock Connect began and see the highlights from the launch ceremony
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(15 Jun 2012) Hong Kong's stock exchange operator said on Friday it has agreed to buy the 135-year-old London Metal Exchange (LME) for 1.4 (b) billion UK Pounds (2.2 (b) billion US Dollars) as it shifts into commodities to capitalise on regional demand. Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited said it has signed an agreement with the LME, the world's largest metals market, to pay 107.60 UK Pounds (166.93 US Dollars) for each of its 12.9 (m) million shares. The LME's board plans to recommend shareholders accept the offer at a meeting expected before the end of July. The Hong Kong bourse's offer follows plans announced earlier this year to expand into commodities, marking a major move away from its slow-growing equities business. Hong Kong Exchanges said the LME has yet to fully the seize the growth opportunity in Asia, especially China, and the deal would provide a platform for significant revenue growth. Even though the LME accounts for 80 percent of global trading in nonferrous metals, "it really has a tremendous amount of room to grow in Asia," said Hong Kong Exchange CEO Charles Li. China, the world's second biggest economy, has a near insatiable appetite for metals, fuelled by its booming economy's demand for everything from cars to computers to skyscrapers. The country accounts for 42 percent of global consumption of nonferrous metals like aluminium, copper, nickel and zinc. Li said the Hong Kong exchange could use the LME to expand into dealing in other metals like iron ore and steel making coal, which are "very, very massively needed in China," as well as other commodity types. The LME purchase would also allow the exchange to develop products denominated in yuan, China's currency, which China is trying to promote greater use of abroad. The LME hosts trading of futures and options contracts worth, on average, 61 (b) billion US Dollars a day or 15.4 (t) trillion US Dollars annually. It's the last open-outcry exchange in Europe, where deals are made by traders huddling together on a trading floor and calling out prices, rather than electronically. The LME also operates 732 warehouses in 14 countries to store the actual metal that backs the contracts traded on its market. A deal with the Hong Kong exchange would pave the way to bring storage sites in China into its network. The takeover still needs approval from Hong Kong Exchange's shareholders and British regulators. It's expected to close the deal in the fourth quarter of 2012. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/229214e53e47d2412f677852ab2f05a4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hong Kong stock market down
1. Wide Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 2. Electronic board with stock prices 3. Dealer working in front of computer 4. Electronic board showing Hang Seng Index 14383.15 down 239.24 points 5. Wide, trading floor 6. Wide Jackson Wong, investment manager of Tanrich Securities, speaking 7. SOUNDBITE (English)Jackson Wong, investment manager of Tanrich Securities: "The major sell-off sector would be the Chinese financials and Chinese properties because people tend to sell on good news which China has already announced a rate cut last night. When we had good news these sectors had huge run up last week so these sectors are the weakest this morning. " 8. Stock names and price being displayed on an electronic board 9. Dealer working keyboard 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Jackson Wong, Investment Manager of Tanrich Securities: "Wall Street had a late sell off section, late in the session and that also triggered some of the investors to worry about Wall Street probably fall(ing) further towards the end of the year. I just think that (the) Wall Street is probably stabilising around that level. We must see some losses but we won't see a hugh sell off, so I think the Wall Street is affecting Hong Kong less." 11. Pan across Stock Exchange STORYLINE: The Hong Kong stock market went down 420.3 points (2.87 percent) to 14202.16 during early trading on Tuesday. China's central bank disappointed traders with a less-than-expected cut on loan and deposit rates of 0.27 percentage points. The Chinese financial and properties would be the major sell off section as people tend to sell on good news, said Jackson Wong, investment manager at Tanrich Securities. Wong does not expect a hugh sell off in the Wall Street towards the end of the year, thus it would have less effect on Hong Kong market. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/af2f8b1df01fc32d4ce0a3e3e4a1304d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hong Kong Stock Exchange
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange is a Chinese stock exchange located in Hong Kong. It is Asia's third largest stock exchange in terms of market capitalization behind the Tokyo Stock Exchange and Shanghai Stock Exchange, and the sixth largest in the world behind Euronext. As of 30 November 2013, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange had 1,615 listed companies, 776 of which are from mainland China, 737 from Hong Kong and 102 from abroad Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing is the holding company for the exchange. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect (Northbound Trading - 1 of 6) Programme Overview
Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect is a pilot programme that links the stock markets in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Under the programme, investors in Hong Kong and Mainland China can trade and settle shares listed on the other market via the exchange and clearing house in their home market.
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Hong Kong (Stock) Exchange and Clearing
Hong Kong (Stock) Exchange and Clearing
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Hong Kong Exchange implements stock volatility control system
Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing implemented a process designed to help deal with extreme price swings on Monday. The volatility control mechanism restricts a stock from moving more than 10 % during a five-minute period once a session. CCTV’s Zhu Dan has the report. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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English/Nat Hong Kong's battered Hang Seng index has made a dramatic recovery, rising more than 400 points during the morning trading session on Wednesday. News of the failed investment bank Peregrine Investment Holdings Ltd had helped to drive the market down on Monday. But after plummeting below the 8-thousand point support level during last week's trading, the Hang Seng rebounded and has now maintained stability just above 9-thousand points. Within 45 minutes of early trading on Wednesday, the Hang Seng index was up 5 percent gaining 463.88 points. It continued to rise and by midday was up by 588.35 points. Property stocks have so far showed the biggest rebound, with investors finding good bargains in the sector's shares which have been heavily battered in the past few days. Financial experts say the sharp rebound is in response to the Peregrine collapse Monday. Peregrine, one of Asia's largest independent investment banks announced liquidation on Tuesday. Market shares rose significantly during Tuesday and Wednesday trading after dropping more than 700 points on Monday alone. {SOUNDBITE: (English) "I think it's really a technical rebound and (the) market has fully absorbed the bad news from the Peregrine failure and also because during the last week the markets lost like two thousand points and it's really about time for the short position to be covered." SUPER CAPTION: Francis Lun, Analyst, Pacific Challenge Securities Although the Hong Kong stock exchange has experienced a high degree of volatility during the last six months, some analysts predict relative stability in the near future. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I think that after (the) October crash and then this January crash I think some form of sanity should return to the market. I don't think you will see like a one thousand point rise or falls in the near term again because all the bad news has been out hopefully .. if the property prices can hold at their current level and does not fall another fifty percent I don't think there will be too much downside to the Hang Seng index below the eight thousand level." SUPER CAPTION: Francis Lun, Analyst, Pacific Challenge Securities In Hong Kong, the property sector was one of the most severely-hit by the drop in the stock market. Property shares make up about 40 percent of the market. Some land and property companies have slashed property values by as much as 40 percent since last October's stock market crash. But doing well and helping to lead the recovery, Hong Kong Telecommunications. It has been the second most-active stock, gaining 14 percent so far on Wednesday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/307e10bfac552ef938a8128cc9e97b51 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Top 10 Largest Stock Exchanges In The World
► Support With Your Comment Subscribe To Our Channel ► http://bit.ly/SxmsCelik-SUBs-NOW Facebook Page ► http://bit.ly/SCLikeFacebookPagee Donate My Channel ► http://bit.ly/DONATE-ME 10. Deutsche Börse – $1.71 trillion The powerful German economy and its firms are largely influenced by what goes on at the Frankfurt stock exchange. 9. Shenzhen Stock Exchange – $1.91 trillion The rise of the Chinese economy has allowed the Shanghai-based exchange to penetrate the top ten. 8. TMX Group – $2.20 trillion Trading the best Canada has to offer, the Toronto-based TMX Group operates the country’s most important stock exchanges. 7. Shanghai Stock Exchange – $2.86 trillion The second Chinese stock market is also located in Shanghai, but is far larger than its counterpart. 6. Hong Kong Stock Exchange – $3.14 trillion As one of the largest global trade centers, Hong Kong’s financial growth has been absolutely stunning and continues on the same trajectory. 5. London Stock Exchange Group – $3.39 trillion Despite being one of the most important financial centers throughout history, the city is no longer as powerful as it once was. 4. Euronext – $3.50 trillion Commanding the economies of the Netherlands, France, Belgium, and Portugal, this exchange not only has several members, but also several headquarters. 3. Japan Exchange Group – $4.48 trillion Trading shares of some of the most advanced corporations in the world, the Tokyo-based stock exchange has grown to become one of the world’s biggest. 2. NASDAQ – $6.68 trillion The second largest stock exchange in the world is the NASDAQ, located in New York and trading, among others, very lucrative technology stocks. 1. New York Stock Exchange – $18.77 trillion By far the most important financial trading grounds in the world today, the New York Stock Exchange is home to some the biggest and most powerful corporations from the United States. Edit: Sehmous Celik Contact ► [email protected] For Copyright Issues ► [email protected] ▼Follow Me On▼ Website ► http://sxmscelik.com/ Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/scvideos Instagram ► https://instagram.com/sxmscelik Twitter ► http://www.twitter.com/scvideoss Youtube ► http://www.youtube.com/scvideos Google+ ► http://plus.google.com/+scvideos Pinterest ► http://www.pinterest.com/sxmscelik
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English/Nat Hong Kong shares are higher midday Tuesday in the first post-Christmas trading session, largely led by sharp gains in China Telecom. According to the traders short sellers in the futures market are rushing to cover their positions ahead of the December futures expiry on Wednesday. Technology and internet-related shares show little sign of easing despite concerns about a correction on the Nasdaq market. Ambrose Chang, Director and Chief Investment Officer Daiwa SB Investment Hong Kong Ltd says the turnover is largely centered around high-tech stocks. SOUNDBITE: (English) "If you look at the turnover there's a very narrow focus in, say, the top three or four so-called high-tech or internet stocks. Other than that, the big blue chips are not running and the turnover has been very slim in these few counters like H-S-B-C (Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Corporation), Hong Kong Tel or even Hutchison." SUPER CAPTION: Ambrose Chang, Director and Chief Investment Officer of Daiwa SB Investment Hong Kong Limited (Securities company) The performance of the Hong Kong stock market has outpaced the Hong Kong economy which is showing signs of recovery. But Chang warned that could bring problems. SOUNDBITE: (English) "It's running a bit too far ahead of the economy, if I have to say you know. This year we will see the recovery of the Hong Kong economy, and Hong Kong corporations, but the corporate earnings are not really spectacular you know, how do you say, double digit, 12 to 18 percent or 20 percent is the most. But next year we will see a recovery, with only very moderate earnings recovery. This rise is typically very focussed on some of the you know major themes - restructuring, internet, technologies and some conglomerate sectors. Other than that most of the stocks cannot reach their historic high." SUPER CAPTION: Ambrose Chang, Director and Chief Investment Officer of Daiwa SB Investment Hong Kong Limited (Securities company) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b8cb4c213dc164a88aa207d7c46d86b9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Stock brokerages took part in market rehearsals in Hong Kong
Nearly 100 stock brokerages in Hong Kong and Shanghai took part in the market rehearsals over the weekend. Brokers are preparing for the link-up between Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges in an unprecedented initiative that would provide investors access to both markets. CCTV America’s Cathy Yang reports.
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Hong Kong Stock Exchange
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Italian fashion house lists on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
(24 Jun 2011) Hong Kong - 24 June 2011 1. Wide of Prada senior staff walking onto Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 2. Close-up of stock-exchange electronic display board with message reading "Congratulations on the listing of Prada S.P.A" 3. Wide of Patrizio Bertelli, Prada's CEO, speaking on Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 4. Mid of Patrizio Bertelli, Prada's CEO speaking on Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 5. Wide of traders watching ceremony 6. Wide of Prada senior staff standing on Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor for photo-op 7. Mid of Patrizio Bertelli, Prada's CEO (second from camera right), and Carlo Mazzi, Prada's Deputy Chairman (second from camera left), in photo-op 8. Cutaway of photographers 9. Wide of Patrizio Bertelli, Prada's CEO (centre of camera), Carlo Mazzi, Prada's Deputy Chairman (second from camera right), and other guests holding big cheque 10. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Patrizio Bertelli, Chief Executive, Prada: "(We are positive that) the Chinese market, Greater China is going to be the market of the future." Beijing - 20 June 2011 11. Mid of Prada store 12. Close-up of people walking pass store 13. Mid of store Beijing - 23 June 2011 14. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Ouyang Kun, Chief Representative in China of World Luxury Association: "Right now, Italian luxury brands are experiencing their most robust growth in China compared with the rest of the world. It is because China will become the world's largest consumer market for luxury goods and because it is easier to trade luxury stocks on the Hong Kong stock market that Prada is going forward with an initial public offering (IPO) in Hong Kong. Prada will become a leader in the luxury industry to encourage other luxury brands to list themselves on the stock market in China." Hong Kong - 17 June 2011 15. Wide exterior of Prada store in Hong Kong 16. Close of sign reading (English) "Prada" 17. Mid of people walking in store in Hong Kong 18. Close-up of Prada's carrier bag Hong Kong - 24 June 2011 19. Wide of protesters and Rina Bovrisse, former Prada manager who was fired in Japan, protesting against Prada's IPO outside Hong Kong Stock Exchange, UPSOUND "Say NO to Prada, NO listing Prada" 20. Close-up of Bovrisse 21. Close-up of placard reading (English) "Stop Listing Prada" STORYLINE: Prada has become the latest foreign company to list on the Hong Kong stock exchange. Shares of the Italian fashion house were nearly flat in their debut on Friday, amid lukewarm investor interest for the city's most glamorous IPO of the year. Prada shares gained as much as 50 cents, or 1.2 percent, to 40 Hong Kong dollars in the first hour of trading but by midday were changing hands at 39.55 dollars, just five cents higher than the offering price. The stock was widely expected to tank on its debut because of slumping global markets and worries from Hong Kong investors that they would have to pay Italian taxes. But while it didn't drop, it also failed to track gains in the broader Hong Kong market as the Hang Seng Index rose 1.3 percent. Milan-based Prada sold 423.3 (m) million shares, or a 16.5 percent stake, to raise 16.7 (b) billion Hong Kong dollars (2.1 (b) billion US dollars), in its initial public offering. The stock was priced at the low end of the offer range. Despite the lacklustre performance, Chief Executive Officer Patrizio Bertelli was upbeat at a listing ceremony. "We are positive that the Chinese market, Greater China is going to be the market of the future," he said. Prada, which also owns the Miu-Miu, Church's and Car Shoes brands, sold 95 percent of shares to big global investors. Hong Kong individual investors got the remaining 5 percent of shares, about half the usual proportion. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/93681d57574148c749f7a0789244b2b8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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English/Nat Hong Kong stocks continued to fall on Monday following last week's sharp drops on the Hang Sang index. At Monday's closing bell the index was down 646.14 points amid worries over the stability of the Hong Kong dollar. Monday's drop on Hong Kong's Hang Seng index reversed Friday's sharp gains. The losses continued the downward trend which began last week. The index recorded its largest single-day drop last Thursday amid fears that the territory's currency would soon come under speculative attacks which have hit other southeast Asian countries. After the Monday morning session, the blue chip Hang Seng index fell six per cent amid fears of interest hikes. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Because the interbank rates stayed at a high level of about 10 per cent this morning, so some players were fearful about interest rates going higher so that future contracts are being sold heavily in the morning." SUPER CAPTION: Kenny Tang, Research Manager, C.A. Pacific Group Banking and property stocks were hard hit in early trading. SOUNDBITE: (English) "There is some bargain hunting interest below 10-thousand points so I don't think the index will go below 10-thousand points, and also from a technical point, the trend line support that started in 1991 is supporting the index at about the 9-thousand to 10-thousand area. So there's strong support at that level, but the same pressure is also heavy at about 11-thousand points." SUPER CAPTION: Kenny Tang, Research Manager, C.A. Pacific Group Traders predicted that heavy demand from companies buying back their shares would boost Hong Kong's market, but by the end of the day the Hang Seng had taken another nosedive. The Hang Seng index closed down 646.14 points at 10-thousand 498.20 at the end of trading on Monday. The falls in Hong Kong were mirrored in other Asian markets as they opened for trading on Monday. Analysts predict the result of the market changes will be heavily influenced by markets in other southeast Asian countries, and whether they can emerge from the economic crises currently plaguing the region. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7960479021b08d07518818275e42dba4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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How Does Hong Kong Exchange & Clearing Ltd Make Its Money?
Hong Kong Exchange is one of the most important stock exchanges in Asia. It has attracted some of the largest IPOs this year. However, how does it actually make money? Here is the breakdown. This is Value Invest Asia 2-Minute Stock Analysis Video Series. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/valueinvestasia Follow us on FB @valueinvestasia for more great content! https://www.facebook.com/valueinvestasia/ Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/value-invest-asia/ Instagram TV: https://www.instagram.com/stanleylimps/
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The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong may adjust its "one-share, one-vote"
The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited published conclusions to its concept paper on weighted voting rights ( WVRs) Concept Paper on Friday. The Concept Paper sought views on whether governance structures that give certain persons voting power or other related rights disproportio nate to their shareholding (WVR structures) should be permissible for companies listed or seeking to list on the Exchange's markets.
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Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect (Northbound Trading - 2 of 6) Eligibility
Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect is open to all Hong Kong and overseas investors, including institutions and individuals, who want to trade eligible A shares listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
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The history about The Hong Kong Stock Exchange
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Hong Kong Stock Exchange in JV Talks with Mainland China
For more news and videos visit ☛ ‪http://english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ ‪http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛http://me.lt/9P8MUn The Hong Kong stock exchange could form a joint venture with major stock exchanges in mainland China, bringing the two economies to their closest since Hong Kong was handed back to China in the 1990s. The announcement comes as China takes steps towards making Hong Kong a center for trading in the renminbi. The Hong Kong stock exchange will hold detailed talks with counterparts in China over a joint venture, taking a major step towards closer economic ties. Cooperation between stock markets in Hong Kong and China has until now been limited, but the announcement comes a day after Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang announced a range of measures to liberalize cross-border investments. The world's most valuable exchange operator, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd., said in a statement on Thursday it had agreed in principle to talks with exchanges in Shenzhen and Shanghai. Shares in the Hong Kong exchange rose on the news. The joint venture could include new financial products such as indexes and stock derivatives. Reuters reports IPO proceeds in the three Chinese exchanges totaled $44 billion so far this year, compared to New York at $26 billion and London at $13 billion. Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang's measures include steps towards making Hong Kong a center for trading in the Chinese renminbi, as well as creating a fund of Hong Kong stocks that would be sold to mainland Chinese investors. Ben Yang
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Top 20 Stock Exchanges in the world
Top 20 Stock Exchanges in the world New York Stock Exchange The New York Stock Exchange (abbreviated as NYSE, and nicknamed "The Big Board"), is an American stock exchange located at 11 Wall Street, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York. It is by far the world's largest stock exchange by market capitalization of its listed companies at US$21.3 trillion as of June 2017. NASDAQ The Nasdaq Stock Market is an American stock exchange. It is the second-largest exchange in the world by market capitalization, behind only the New York Stock Exchange located in the same city London Stock Exchange The London Stock Exchange (LSE) is a stock exchange located in the City of London, England. As of December 2014, the Exchange had a market capitalisation of US$6.06 trillion, making it the third-largest stock exchange in the world by this measurement (the largest in Europe ahead of Euronext). Japan Exchange Group Japan Exchange Group, Inc. (JPX) is a Japanese financial services corporation that operates multiple securities exchanges including Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Securities Exchange. Shanghai Stock Exchange The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) is a stock exchange that is based in the city of Shanghai, China. It is one of the two stock exchanges operating independently in the People's Republic of China, the other is the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Euronext Euronext N.V. is a European stock exchange seated in Amsterdam, Brussels, London, Lisbon, Dublin and Paris Hong Kong Stock Exchange The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited, abb. SEHK, is Asia's third-largest stock exchange in terms of market capitalization behind the Tokyo Stock Exchange and Shanghai Stock Exchange, and the sixth largest in the world before Euronext Shenzhen Stock Exchange The Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE)is a stock exchange based in the city of Shenzhen, China. It is one of two stock exchanges operating independently in the People's Republic of China, the other being the larger Shanghai Stock Exchange Deutsche Börse Bombay Stock Exchange The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is an Indian stock exchange located at Dalal Street, Mumbai (formerly Bombay). National Stock Exchange of India The National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) is the leading stock exchange of India, located in Mumbai. The NSE was established in 1992 as the first demutualized electronic exchange in the country. TMX Group TMX Group Limited is a Canadian financial services company that operates equities, fixed income, derivatives, and energy markets exchanges Korea Exchange Korea Exchange (KRX) is the sole securities exchange operator in South Korea. It is headquartered in Busan, and has an office for cash markets and market oversight in Seoul. SIX Swiss Exchange SIX Swiss Exchange (formerly SWX Swiss Exchange), based in Zurich, is Switzerland's principal stock exchange (the other being Berne eXchange) Nasdaq Nordic Nasdaq Nordic is the common name for the subsidiaries of Nasdaq, Inc. that provide financial services and operate marketplaces for securities in Nordic, Baltic, and Caucasus countries Australian Securities Exchange The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX, sometimes referred to outside Australia as the Sydney Stock Exchange) is Australia's primary securities exchange. JSE Limited JSE Limited (previously the JSE Securities Exchange and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange) is the oldest existing and largest stock exchange in Africa. Taiwan Stock Exchange The Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation (TWSE) is a financial institution, located in Taipei 101, in Taipei, Taiwan B3 (stock exchange) he B3 (in full, B3 - Brasil Bolsa Balcão S.A.), formerly BM&FBOVESPA, is a Stock Exchange located at São Paulo, Brazil. Bolsas y Mercados Españoles Bolsas y Mercados Españoles BME is the Spanish company that deals with the organizational aspects of the Spanish stock exchanges and financial markets
China's Stock Market EXPLAINED | Hot Stock Girl
Hey guys, it’s Vivian your Hot Stock Girl! China stock market explained! There are 3 stock exchanges in China: 1. Shanghai Stock Exchange 2. Shenzhen Stock Exchange 3. Hong Kong Stock Exchange China's stock market is the second largest in the world, After the United States. Learning and knowing about how the Chinese stock exchange operate helps us as investors when we invest in china based companies like Alibaba, Tencent, JD.COM and Baidu. Trump talked about the Chinese government and tariffs yesterday (November 1, 2018) as he stated he has a Long Term outlook on China, and is hoping to strike a deal with China in terms of the Tariffs. So look alive, my friends! I do own some shares of JD.COM, so I am looking forward to the tariff situation to be resolved. Comment below what you think about the Chinese stock market and if you had known previously any of the information discussed in the video! If you're new, Welcome to the family! We talk Stocks. You dig? Subscribe, Like, Share and comment. We have a great community here, and your input is important; It could help a fellow beginner in the market or help your burning questions to be answered! Love you guys beyond belief.. Till Next time! *Upload Schedule: [Sunday - Friday, Every week] (No Content on Saturdays) Follow my instagram @HOTSTOCKGIRL Legal Disclaimer: My research and ideas, always do your own research further. This video is for entertainment purposes only and should not be interpreted as stock advice. I am not liable if you lose any money in the stock market based on information provided in these videos. Always do your own research and evaluate ways to reduce your risk, consulting a professional if necessary. All Rights Reserved © Copyright 2018 Hot Stock Girl™
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Sign of Times  Hong Kong Stock Exchange Trading Floor Closed to Be Turned Into Museum
In a signal of the shift in financial marketplaces closer to virtual structures, the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. shuttered its bodily office area this week, proceeding to turn a number of the area into a museum for destiny generations to see how the trade functioned in its glory days. The circulate faraway from bodily infrastructure has been long-coming, with the wide variety of buyers at the actual ground declining every year to much less than 200, from a high of over 900. As virtual trading has become increasingly more ubiquitous for markets round the arena, the bodily buying and selling ground has turn out to be some thing of a dinosaur, with maximum traders enjoying the power of digital freedom. sign of the times The reality that bodily buying and selling flooring have come to be essentially meaningless is a sign of the instances, because the circulate far from traditional financial systems toward new kinds of digital forex transactions. The upward push of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, however, is being visible as the next wave of exchange for finance. due to the fact cryptocurrencies integrate the ability of digital financing systems with the security of hand handy transactions, they constitute the following degree in charge and settlement structures.
Shenzhen Stock Connect in 90 seconds | Markets
► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://on.ft.com/2eZZoLI Hong Kong investors will soon be able to buy Shenzhen-listed stocks as well as shares from Shanghai. The FT's Lucy Colback explains the significance ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Hong Kong -  Stock markets
T/I: 10:00:30 Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE) buzzed with activity on Thursday (30/10) as shares slumped at the end of the afternoon session, with the key Hang Seng index down 3.7 percent to 10,362.86 points at the close of trading. SHOWS: JAPAN, 30/10 EXT. Tokyo Stock Exchange; CU sign ; INT. opening bell with time, pull-out and WS of stock market floor; WS traders with headphones; MS trader applauding ; other traders talking; trading activity; WS billboard with prices; CU prices on digital billboard; trading floor; HONG KONG EXT Hong Kong Futures Exchange and PAN down; CU sign at the reception; trading activity; MS traders negotiating; billboard with prices; WS of Hong Kong Stock Exchange at time of closing bell, closing index, VS stock exchange activity. 2.30 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f38e2ac0a2a9598d8b1cb25ff0e7ef74 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hong Kong - Trading on shares opens
T/I: 10:05:47 Trading in shares of Beijing Enterprises Holdings Ltd. opened sharply higher in Hong Kong on Thursday (29/05) after completing the most oversubscribed initial public offering (IPO) in the colony's history. SHOWS: HONG KONG, 29/05 VS of trading floor; Beijing Enterprises delegation headed by Chairman and Beijing Mayor Hu Zhaoguang on trading floor more trading activity SOT Gordon Kwong, Hong Kong Stock exchange official (in Mandarin): "Today is the day that a red chip company which has attracted much attention started trading in Hong Kong. And this is the Beijing Enterprises."; trading floor SOT Hu Zhaoguang (in Mandarin) saying good morning to media and workers at stock exchange. Welcome message on shares board SOT Hu Zhaoguang (in Mandarin): "Today is the day that Beijing Enterprises started trading in Hong Kong Stock Exchange market." CA trading floor SOT Hu Zhaoguang (in Mandarin): "This relfects the investors' strong support and backing of this company and their confidence towards the return of Hong Kong to the motherland and future of reform policy of China and future development of Beijing." Beijing enterprises share price on board delegation leaving trading floor. SOT Hu Zhaoguang (in Mandarin): "Our company is the only Beijing company trading in the Hong Kong Stock market. It will be the window of Beijing to the world. It is also an important channel for fund syndication in the international capital market." VS of monitor showing Beijing enterprises trading. 3:01 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ecc10aecf0a78bb96aa083ca724ec7ef Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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How Did the Shanghai-Hong Kong Connect Affect Market Quality?
On November 17, 2014, the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange introduced the much anticipated Shanghai-Hong Kong Connect, a bilateral investment channel. In the wake of this change, was market quality affected? CMCRC researcher Dr Vito Mollica investigates using the Market Quality Dashboard, with interesting results.
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Wheatley Says Hong Kong Exchange Is in `Strong Position'
March 2 (Bloomberg) -- Martin Wheatley, chief executive officer of the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission, discusses the outlook for Asian stock exchanges. Wheatley talks with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)
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The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect
The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect, which links the mainland and HK stock exchanges, comes nearly two years after the launch of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, laying groundwork for a possible future integration of the three markets.
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Hong Kong stock market to link up with Shenzhen
(16 Aug 2016) The chief of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing announced on Tuesday the launch of a much-anticipated trading link between the stock markets of Hong Kong and the neighbouring Chinese city of Shenzhen. China's Cabinet approved the long-awaited initiative giving foreign investors more access to Chinese stocks by linking the two stock exchanges. Preparations to link Hong Kong and Shenzhen are "basically completed," said a Cabinet statement. Hong Kong is a Chinese territory but its financial system is open to foreign investors, while mainland markets are largely sealed off from global capital flows. Beijing has long used the former British colony as an offshore outpost for financial interaction with foreign companies and investors. A similar measure linking Hong Kong with the mainland's main exchange in Shanghai was launched in 2014. It allows investors from both cities to buy a limited range of stocks from the other side. Until the launch of the Shanghai-Hong Kong link, only a few foreign institutions were allowed to buy mainland-traded shares in a closely regulated system. The Shenzhen market is smaller than Shanghai's and many of its listed shares are in smaller technology and consumer-oriented companies. The city, which borders Hong Kong, led China's export boom that began in the 1980s. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e59a87ddecf38241ee3e7fde6fe8b68d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Cross Border Restructuring of Companies Listed on the HK Stock Exchange
Ian Mann, Partner and Head of Litigation, Restructuring & Insolvency at Harneys and based in Hong Kong discusses cross border restructuring of companies listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
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Landmark Hong Kong-Shanghai stock link officially opens
A landmark trading link that is expected to see billions of dollars in trades between Hong Kong and Shanghai's stock exchanges officially opens, but figures show mainlanders are holding back from piling into Hong Kong. Duration: 01:05
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Hong Kong-Trade Sanctions On China/Stock Exchange
T/I 10:00:40 Share prices in Hong Kong were virtually unaffected by the announcement of US trade sanctions on China on Wednesday (15/5), with Thursday's Hang Seng index in Hong Kong down a minimal 19.80 points. SHOWS: HONG KONG 16/5 vs exterior stock exchange building interior stock exchange pan down from ceiling various interior stock exchange floor traders reading papers ws trading board cu stock index board various traders on floor 1.24 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cf9d7d4128f31a8ee7a2c2f86fd3db59 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Shenzhen-Hong Kong stock trading link launches
중국판 나스닥, 선강퉁 오늘부터 출범 The new trading link between the stock markets in the Chinese city of Shenzhen and Hong Kong has launched, opening doors for more investment opportunities. Shin Se-min reports. A new door to stock markets on the Chinese mainland has opened. The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect kicks off this Monday,… allowing investors in Hong Kong to buy stocks on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and vice-versa. It's an upgrade of the existing link between markets in Hong Kong,… and is the second link up of its kind, after the Shanghai and Hong Kong bourses were connected two years ago in November 2014. The new link up is seen as a key step in opening China's equity markets. The new stock exchange will represent a total value of 70-trillion yuan, or 10-point-1 trillion U.S. dollars. "The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect represents a critical step in the opening of China's domestic capital account. It also signifies greater development in the internationalization of the RMB. In the context of interconnection, it will facilitate the maturation of the domestic capital market." Through the new trading link, foreign investors will be able to trade shares in almost 900 firms for the first time,… as Shenzhen has been promoted as a technology hub and has a link to the U.S. based NASDAQ. Global investors will be able to access the Shenzhen market through the Hong Kong bourse. Experts in Korea remain wary,… however, as the massive growth potential could also bring an increase in volatility due to the high valuations of Chinese firms. They've also cautioned local investors to bear in mind the transfer tax for direct investments... and the potential for foreign-exchange losses. Shin Se-min, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect Kicks off
The much anticipated Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect officially launched on Monday morning, allowing investors from both cities to buy stocks in each other's respective stock exchanges. Ceremonies started at 09:00 simultaneously in Shenzhen and Hong Kong. China Securities Regulatory Commission chairman Liu Shiyu, secretary of Guangdong Provincial Committee of Communist Party of China (CPC) Hu Chunhua and Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin were also present at the ceremony held in the southern Chinese city Shenzhen. Meanwhile, the Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying delivered a speech at the ceremony in Hong Kong, with Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Chief Executive Charles Li announcing the launch of the stock connect. The first trade started at around 09:30. The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect is the second link of its kind to boost the opening up of the mainland's capital market after a similar link between the Shanghai and Hong Kong bourses was launched in 2014. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20161205/8037900.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
Landmark Hong Kong-China Stock Trading Scheme to Start Nov. 17
A long-awaited trading link between Hong Kong and Shanghai will launch on Nov. 17, a crucial step towards opening China's capital markets that will give foreign and Chinese individual investors unprecedented access to each others' stock exchanges. The announcement by Hong Kong and Chinese regulators on Monday comes as China is making a big push to widen the use of the yuan, with Canada and Malaysia becoming the latest addition to a growing list of trading hubs for the currency. The so-called Stock Connect trading scheme could boost the average daily value of stock trading in Hong Kong by about 38 percent by 2015, French bank BNP Paribas estimates, and may ultimately lead to the creation of the world's third largest stock exchange. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/businessNews/~3/ybvcUtOu7Is/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
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Tokyo stocks fall sharply; Taipei, Hong Kong open
SHOTLIST Tokyo, Japan 1. Various shots of Tokyo Stock Exchange interior 2. Various of electronic stocks board 3. Set up of Executive Director of Economic and Rates Research, JP Morgan Securities Japan Co.,Ltd, Masamichi Adachi 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Masamichi Adachi, Executive Director of Economic and Rates Research, JP Morgan Securities Japan Co.,Ltd. "As you may know, Japan is heavily reliant on global economy so that's why (they) invested especially in equity markets. They are so worried about their corporate performances, not only in the coming half year, but more of a longer term. So even if US authorities' effort to save the financial market works, that means legislation will pass today, I mean tomorrow, I think in Japan's time, we still worry about whether it could help the whole problem. Of course it saves some part of the financial market and of course it is definitely better than nothing. But it doesn't, I think, save everything because the issue is the confidence within the financial market." 5. Wide of Tokyo Stock Exchange trading floor Hong Kong 6. Wide of Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor as opening bell rings 7. Various of traders on Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 8. Close up of electronic display showing Hang Seng Index 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Howard Gorges, Director, South China Brokerage: "The market opened lower this morning, down nearly three per cent in early trade, then began to recover somewhat. People are apprehensive about the congressional vote in the USA tonight, and also, they've been put off by overnight economic data in the States - employment figures were not what the market was hoping for." 10. Wide of Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 11. Various of electronic display board showing stock prices Taipei, Taiwan 12. Wide of interior of securities firm 13. Various of investors watching share prices on monitors 14. Staff at firm 15. Monitor showing Taiwan Weighted Price Index and chart 16. Close-up chart showing performance of Taiwan stock in the morning 17. Close-up figure reading 5653.22 points, dropping 50.5 points or 0.88 percent 18. Investor using computer STORYLINE: Japanese shares plunged, Hong Kong stocks slumped and Taiwan stock markets shed slightly for two consecutive days early on Friday, amidst lingering uncertainty about the fate of the US financial bailout package and persistent worries about the health of the world economies. The Senate's endorsement of the 700 (b) billion US dollar financial bailout plan failed to relax the credit markets, with investors worried that the passage of the bill may not prevent the economy from sinking into a prolonged recession. In Japan, the benchmark Nikkei 225 index fell 157.78 points, or 1.41 percent, to 10,996.98. The broader Topix index fell 25.09 points to 1,051.88. Nikkei index went below 11,000.00 level since May 2005. "Japan is heavily reliant on global economy so that's why (they) invested especially in equity markets. They are so worried about their corporate performances, not only in the coming half year, but more of a longer term," said Masamichi Adachi, Executive Director of Economic and Rates Research, JP Morgan Securities Japan Co.,Ltd. "It saves some part of the financial market and of course it is definitely better than nothing. But it doesn't, I think, save everything because the issue is the confidence within the financial market," Adachi added on the subject of the US financial bailout. Meanwhile, in Hong Kong the benchmark Hang Seng Index dropped more than two per cent at market opening, down 422.12 points to 17,788.99. Analysts said that investors remained anxious ahead of Friday's expected vote in Congress on the US bailout plan. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9e49d301ac93a543fbaf418f10ad9080 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Tokyo, Hong Kong stock markets, analyst, London, Frankfurt
SHOTLIST Tokyo, Japan 1. Various of trading board in Tokyo Stock Exchange 2. Tilt down from screen to trading floor 3. Top shot of traders 4. Wide of trading board 5. Close of share prices on digital strip 6. Wide of stock exchange Hong Kong 7. Pan of Hang Seng trading floor 8. Various of trading board 9. Mid of trading floor 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Castor Pang, Strategist of Sun Hung Kai Financial: "The Federal Reserve trying to rescue the AIG will increase the confidence of the markets on the US financial market. It seems that the bailing of the AIG by the US government will become a tranquiliser for the global markets. In the short term, I guess that there will be rebounds for most of the indexes; but in the long term, it is still a question whether the rescue plan can save all the financial sector within the US market." 11. Various of dealers 12. Wide of trading floor London, UK 13. Pan of skyscrapers in Canary Wharf, district housing financial companies 14. Close of skyscraper 15. Pan from sign to exterior of BGC Voice and Electronic brokerage office 16. Various of brokers inside BGC offices 17. SOUNDBITE (English) David Buik, BGC Partners: "Relief this morning. The FTSE will open up about 70 points up. But I think we need to be cognizant to the fact that the markets are going to remain extremely volatile. We're not out of the woods by any stretch of the imagination. I think the bear (market) squeeze rally will take place once all the bears have been shaken up, particularly in the banking stocks where they have been heavy sellers with. You might find other people start to sell into it, so we might not end the day with such ebullience. But at least it feels significantly better than it did 48 hours ago." 18. Various of brokers on phones, by computers Frankfurt, Germany 19. Wide of Frankfurt Stock Exchange trading floor 20. Various of traders 21. Trading board 22. SOUNDBITE (German) Oliver Roth, Director of Equities Trading, Close Brothers Seydler AG: "I regard it as a positive thing. I think that the market, during the course of the day, will see more of how positive it is. It was our main concern in the last few days whether AIG would be bailed out, and it was the right decision by the Federal Reserve Bank to assist AIG through the credit of 85 billion US dollars. To me it is clear that there was no other alternative." 23. Various of traders STORYLINE Asian stocks turned in a mixed performance on Wednesday, giving up early gains as a US plan to rescue troubled insurer AIG failed to persuade many investors that recent financial turmoil would soon ease. Japan's Nikkei 225 average added 1.2 percent to 11,749.79, after sinking nearly 5 percent the day before to its lowest finish in more than three years. South Korea's Kospi climbed 2.7 percent and Taiwan's benchmark rose 0.8 percent. But Hong Kong's blue-chip Hang Seng Index dropped 3.6 percent to 17,637.19, dragged by Chinese banks to its worst close since October 26. China's Shanghai benchmark fell 2.9 percent, while Australia's S&P/ASX 200 shed 0.6 percent. Investors had on Tuesday sent the region's stocks spiralling downwards, reacting with alarm to the upheaval on Wall Street that saw investment bank Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. file for bankruptcy and Merrill Lynch & Co. sell itself to Bank of America Corp. The Federal Reserve helped allay some fears about the financial system with an 85 billion US dollar emergency loan to shore up insurance giant American International Group Inc., still reeling from billions of dollars in risky mortgage debt. Castor Pang, a strategist from Sun Hung Kai Financial in Hong Kong, said on Wednesday that the rescue plan to bail out AIG should restore some investor confidence. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a3696b2999d0ce641d0b9ca51da50812 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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English/Nat XFA Hong Kong stocks have slumped in trading following Friday's fall on the Nasdaq, coupled with investors' fears regarding further interest rate hikes in the U-S. Hong Kong's futures market opened down four percent on Monday, mimicking the poor performance of the U-S bourses before the weekend. The benchmark Hang Seng index was down four hundred and sixteen points, or two point nine per cent, to 14,061.46, at the morning's close. Following on last week's interest rate rise in the U-S, the Hong Kong Association of Banks agreed a local interest rate rise of fifty basis points, effective from Monday. Analysts say China's trade deal late last Friday has failed to boost the market. Shamus Mok, an economist with the Bank of East Asia commented on the uncertainty in the Hong Kong stock market. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Well, I think in Hong Kong the stock market is still very weak, the sentiment is very very weak at this moment because many investors are quite nervous after interest rate hikes in the US. Some expect they might have about fifteen more basis points increase in the next few months. So I think that is very, contributes a very weak, negative impact on the Hong Kong stock market at the moment." SUPER CAPTION Shamus Mok, Economist, Bank of East Asia. However market watchers don't count tension between Beijing and Taipei after last Saturday's inauguration of Taiwan's new president Chen Shui-bian as one of the factors pushing down the Hong Kong market. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I think with respect to President Chen Shui-bian in Taiwan, the speech on Saturday, I think his speech is basically neutral. I think at least it didn't trigger more tension across the strip (strait). So I think we can expect that it doesn't really affect Hong Kong at this moment." SUPER CAPTION Shamus Mok, Economist, Bank of East Asia Trading was slow on Monday with a volume of only five point five (b) billion Hong Kong dollars traded. China Telecom, Hong Kong's largest public company by market value, fell four point seven per cent to HK$48.60. In terms of other notable shares, Pacific Century Cyberworks was down four point nine per cent to HK$14.35, and Hong Kong Telecom was down four point three per cent to HK$17.75. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bc9cf033ecb74ecdefb0a86f3bee37ec Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Japanese/English The Tokyo stock exchange bid farewell to floor trading on Friday and welcomed in computerised trading to take the world's second biggest economy into the year 2000. During the late 1980s, the daily frenzy on the floor of the Tokyo Stock Exchange was a symbol of Japan's energetic economy. But with the country in recession - stock exchange officials say using computers will be a more economical way of running the country's economy. The end of an era for these workers, carrying out floor trading for the last time. From tomorrow computers rather than people will be running the exchange. The decision to make the change comes in the wake of the Asian financial crisis which has plunged Japan into recession. The use of computers and cost-cutting are putting an end to the 120-year old tradition of face-to-face trading on Asia's largest exchange. Floor trading is still done in New York and Frankfurt, Germany, but other major exchanges have already gone electronic. Since 1986, stock exchanges in Hong Kong, Singapore, London, and Paris have closed their trading floors. The last deal in the Tokyo Stock Exchange was made at 0300gmt on Friday. Stock exchange officials held a special closing ceremony to mark the end of an era. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) "It has been 120 years since the birth of stock market in this country. Since then, this trading floor has been the place where people meet and stock price to be determined and to be informed to public. This place has also been the symbol of economy." SUPER CAPTION: Mitsuhide Yamaguchi, Chairman, Tokyo Stock Exchange Stocks have been traded on the Tokyo exchange since 1878, though the market was closed for almost four years from 1945 as the country focused its attention on waging war.. The huge open floor of the Tokyo bourse was once crowded with more than 2-thousand traders fighting for position as they used a complex sign language to buy and sell stocks. On Friday, after the end of the trading day, a closing ceremony with confetti and party noisemakers was held. A dozen securities-industry veterans demonstrated what is soon to be a lost art - trading by hand signals with which (m) millions of dollars worth of shares could be bought with the wave of a finger. Securities companies began switching to faster and more reliable electronic trading systems in the early 1980s. By last year, any Japanese stock could be bought and sold electronically while fewer than 10 percent could be traded directly on the floor. Only about 100 employees still worked there and floor trading accounted for a scant 0.2 percent of Tokyo volume. Trading floor veterans said the shift to computers was inevitable, especially because of the growing complexity of financial markets. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) "I cannot tell how lively the market is going to be. I have concerns over that." SUPER CAPTION: Voxpop SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) " I worked here for 40 years. This is nothing but sad farewell to me." SUPER CAPTION: Voxpop Much has changed since the formal stock exchanged opened. In the early years traders wore kimono and wooden shoes and exchange officials tallied transactions with abacuses. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5c5b253b1e56bed07eef942f1d6607dd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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