Peter Lewis: A fast moving and topical business and finance show.



    主持人:Peter Lewis

    A fast moving and topical business and finance show bringing you breaking business and economic news and financial market updates. Presented by former CEO and investment bank global trading head Peter Lewis, with over 30 years' industry experience. Join Peter and his expert guests for analysis and discussion on the day's top business stories live every weekday morning (Mon - Thu 8 to 9 a.m.; Fri 8 to 8:30 a.m.) on RTHK Radio 3. We have a podcast to download after the show and you can also listen through the RTHK Radio 3 website live or later in the day. We welcome your questions, comments and feedback to read out in the show. You can email us at moneytalk@rthk.hk, post on our Facebook page "Money Talk on RTHK Radio 3 " or find us on twitter "MoneytalkRadio3") .



    Business and Market Discussions / View from China / AI in China / Capital Flight from HK & PEG Ratio

    China’s State Council said on Friday it would impose new tariffs ranging from 5% to 10% on US$75bn of US products. Beijing also said a 25% tariff will be imposed on US cars and a 5% levy on auto parts and components from December 15.


    President Trump reacted furiously and, in a tweet, ordered American companies to pull out of China. He said tariffs on $250 billion of Chinese imports will be raised to 30% from 25% from October 1. Other Chinese imports that were set to have 10% tariffs from September 1 will now have 15% tariffs. China said on Saturday it would continue fighting the trade war with the USA “until the end”.


    President Trump also lashed out at Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell after his speech at the Jackson Hole gathering of central bankers failed to give a clear commitment to further rate cuts. He tweeted, “as usual, the Fed did NOTHING! My only question is, who is our bigger enemy, Jay Powell or Chairman Xi?” Mr. Powell gave his strongest warning yet of the damage the trade war was doing to the global economic outlook. He said the US central bank didn’t have adequate tools to counter the rising business and investor anxieties arising from the dispute.


    On today’s Money Talk are Alex Wong at Ample Capital and Anthony Chan from Union Bancaire Privée. Providing the view from the mainland is Brock Silvers at Kaiyuan Capital. After 8:30, we discuss AI in China with Nina Xiang of the China Money Network. Also joining us is Alicia Garcia-Herrero from NATIXIS to talk about the risk of capital flight from Hong Kong as a result of the protests.

    26/08/2019 - 足本 Full (HKT 08:03 - 09:00)

    26/08/2019 - 8:09 Business and Market Discussions

    Alex Wong, Director of Asset Management at Ample Capital, says that investors are retreating from Hong Kong stocks, and with the escalation of the US-China trade dispute, people will start pulling back from China A-shares as well.

    Anthony Chan, Chief Asia Investment Strategist from Union Bancaire Privée, says that the escalation of trade tensions could lead to damaging non-tariff measures such as preventing companies from operating and it will also hurt China's global financing power.

    26/08/2019 - 8:24 View from China

    Brock Silvers, Managing Director at Kaiyuan Capital, comments that China has made a big bet – if the US economy goes into recession and Donald Trump fails to get re-elected, then Beijing has won the trade war.

    26/08/2019 - 8:34 AI in China

    Nina Xiang, Co-founder & Managing Editor of the China Money Network, notes that drivers of AI in China include scale, speed and state support, but what China is doing in terms of surveillance and personal data collection through AI technology has become a huge concern to other countries.

    26/08/2019 - 8:47 Capital Flight from HK & PEG Ratio

    Alicia Garcia-Herrero, Chief Economist for Asia Pacific from NATIXIS, notes that there’s no evidence of massive capital outflow from Hong Kong and imposing capital controls would be harmful to the city’s reputation as an international financial centre.




    Alex Wong (top right) at Ample Capital, Anthony Chan (top left) from Union Bancaire Privée, Nina Xiang (bottom right) of the China Money Network


    Francis Lun (L) of GEO Securities and Kenny Wen (R) at Everbright Sun Hung Kai


    Enzio von Pfeil (top left) at St. James’s Place, Ian Hui (top middle) from JP Morgan Asset Management, Political Risk Consultant Ross Feingold (top right), Clemente Contestabile (bottom), Consul General of Italy in HK


    Stewart Aldcroft (top middle) of CitiTrust, Tariq Dennison (top left) at GFM Asset Management, RTHK’s International Economics Correspondent Barry Wood (top right), Jonathan Wright (bottom right) fromt Dow Jones


    (From L to R) Pete Sweeney from Reuters Breakingviews, Connie Bolland at Economic Research Analysis, James Lau, the Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury


    (Top L to R) Samuel Faveur, Alex Wong ; (bottom L to R) Wong Kam-fai, Peter Lewis, Sankar Villupuram, Ernest Lo, Naubahar Sharif


    Francis Lun (L), Alan Luk (M), Toby Lawson (R)


    Louis Kuijs (top left), Louisa Fok (top right), James Lloyd (bottom right), David Lai (bottom second left)


    Mark Michelson (top left), Stewart Aldcroft (top middle), Barry Wood (top right) Antony Dapiran (bottom second left), Ada Li (bottom right)


    (Clockwise) David Kneebone, Angela Chow, Peter Lewis, Connie Bolland, Brad Gibson

    Business and Market Discussions / View from Australia

    主持人:Peter Lewis

    China has threatened to retaliate against an executive order from Donald Trump which bans Chinese telecoms giant Huawei from acquiring components & technology from US companies without government approval. China’s Foreign Ministry said China strongly opposes other countries imposing unilateral sanctions on Chinese entities and it will take measures to safeguard the rights and interests of its businesses.

    China's holdings of US Treasuries fell in March for the first time in four months, dropping by US$10.4 billion from the previous month to a two-year low of U$1.12 trillion, according to the US Treasury Department. The country remains the top holder of US sovereign debt ahead of Japan.

    On today’s Money Talk are Francis Lun of GEO Securities and Quentin Webb from The Wall Street Journal. Bringing us the latest news on the Australian election is Toby Lawson at Societe Generale Australia.


    17/05/2019 - 足本 Full (HKT 08:03 - 08:32)

    17/05/2019 - 8:06 Business and Market Discussions

    Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, expects that the Chinese government will eventually stimulate the decelerating economy on the mainland.

    Quentin Webb, Asia Markets Editor at The Wall Street Journal, comments that the banning of Huawei from sourcing components and technology in the US will accelerate China's moves towards self-sufficiency in the high-tech market.

    17/05/2019 - 8:20 View from Australia

    Toby Lawson, Head of Global Markets from Societe Generale Australia, foresees that whoever wins the Australian federal election on Saturday, will inherit a poisoned chalice, since Australia is approaching the end of the economic cycle.

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