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How to undermine HKD-USD peg (and without hurting the US)?

In fact, there are options that are more effective and beneficial to the US. One of them is to provide what I would call “financial refugee” to Hong Kong people.

How to benefit from others’ QE — Hong Kong Linked Exchange Rate’s lesson

What if I tell you, behind the boring news headline, there is actually a wonkish story about how the Hong Kong central bank took advantage of the monetary easing by the Fed in the last 12 year and created a new set of policy options that it can now use to actively mange the inflows created by the new round Fed easing under the Great Lockdown.

Helicopter Money is here in Hong Kong? Well…

“The money helicopter has arrived,” Claire Jones writes in her FT Alphaville post, citing Hong Kong Finance Secretary’s announcement of a handout of HKD...

Hong Kong Linked Exchange Rate & HKD-USD interest rate differential

HKD tends to be on the strong side (closer to HKD 7.75 per USD) when the interest rate differential is positive (HIBOR > LIBOR).

Interview with Paul Romer – On Charter Cities (and HK) and Growth Theory

This is an interview I have done on behave of iMoney Magazine, and this is the English version of the published article. This interviews also appears on Prof Paul Romer's official website. If anyone would like to quote this interview, please attribute iMoney as the original publication.