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US retail sales fell last month for the first time since February. Retail sales in May were down 1.3% compared to the previous month, falling short of the 0.8% expected by economists.
16/06/2021 - 8:07am Business and Market Discussion
Stewart Aldcroft, Chairman of CitiTrust thinks that the application of the national security law in Hong Kong is vague and suggests that discussions should be made accessible to the public.
David Roche, President & Global Strategist at Independent Strategy thinks that the proposals from the G7 summit lacked implementation targets.
RTHK’s International Economics Correspondent, Barry Wood, thinks that it is too early to tell whether the US economy is showing signs of stagflation.
06/01/2021 - 8:09am Business and Market Discussion
Stewart Aldcroft, Chairman of CitiTrust, warns that a delay in President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration should not be ruled out and investors need to brace for further uncertainty.
Iris Pang, Greater China Chief Economist at ING Asia, says that listing in Hong Kong gives firms the advantage of attracting flow from inside and outside of mainland China, thanks to the Shanghai-Hong Kong stock connect.
RTHK's International Economics Correspondent Barry Wood says that the New York Stock Exchange's refusal to delist sanctioned Chinese telcos was likely done on pressure from investors, as lawsuits could follow.