In the Press

By RTHK.HK
on Jul 18 2017 12:00 AM
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Money Talk: GDP on the mainland has beaten expectations and expanded by 6.9% in the second quarter boosted by exports and consumer spending. Retail sales and industrial production picked up markedly in June and investment in property also accelerated despite the authorities' efforts to curb runaway prices. However, despite the upbeat economic data, mainland shares have seen some sharp falls led by small cap stocks.

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By RTHK.HK
on Feb 08 2017 12:00 AM
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China’s foreign exchange reserves have dropped below $3 trillion for the first time in 6 years. With the yuan weakening since the lunar new year holiday, the PBOC is guiding Chinese interest rates higher. The president of the Philadelphia Fed has said the next rise in U.S. interest rates could come as early as March.

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By RTHK.HK
on Dec 05 2016 02:00 PM
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Parry Global Group includes Parry International Trading Limited which is licenced to provide trading services to professional investor in Hong Kong. Parry Capital Management Limited is licensed to provide asset management services. While licences have been obtained from the Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong (“SFC”) none of the information contained in this website is reviewed and approved for distribution by the SFC.

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The weekend brings politics to the fore with a constitutional referendum in Italy and elections in Austria. On Monday's Money Talk we shall analyse the potential impact on the business community and financial markets along with the latest US jobs report. Joining the programme are Alex Wong of Ample Capital and Gavin Parry of Parry International Trading. We shall also have a view from China with Ben Cavender of China Market .

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By RTHK.HK
on Aug 05 2016 12:00 AM
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Parry Global Group includes Parry International Trading Limited which is licenced to provide trading services to professional investor in Hong Kong. Parry Capital Management Limited is licensed to provide asset management services. While licences have been obtained from the Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong (“SFC”) none of the information contained in this website is reviewed and approved for distribution by the SFC.

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It’s all eyes on the Bank of England to see if it will cut interest rates for the first time in 7 years, in response to a sharp fall in business confidence and deferred corporate hiring and spending following the Brexit vote. Australian banks are also in the spotlight after the Australian government announced that it plans to bring its biggest banks before Parliament's economics committee each year to provide a full account of their affairs. Joining us on Friday’s Money Talk are Gavin Parry of Parry International Trading and Le Xia of BBVA Research. We shall also get a view from Australia on the latest business news down under with Toby Lawson of Societe Generale Securities in Sydney.

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By RTHK.HK
on Jul 14 2016 12:00 AM
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Professional Investors are expected to have appropriate trading experience and understanding of professional investments as defined under the applicable codes/guidelines/rules and regulations in Hong Kong or other jurisdictions, and a suitable risk profile to bear the risk of partial or total investment loss therefrom.

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Money Talk: Politics dominates the headlines this morning. In the UK new Prime Minister Teresa May gets to work. George Osborne is replaced as Chancellor of the Exchequer by Philip Hammond. David Davis is appointed as minister in charge of the Brexit negotiations. Boris Johnson become foreign secretary. In Japan, Prime Minister Abe, fresh from his upper house election victory is preparing another economic stimulus package. In the US, the Fed's Beige book shows economic activity increasing at a modest pace in most regions. But the latest global trade alert shows the slowdown in global trade is much worse than previously thought. At the same time US President Barack Obama launches a formal complaint against China at the World Trade Organization accusing it of unfair trade practices.

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By RTHK.HK
on Jul 04 2016 12:00 AM
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Parry Global Group includes Parry International Trading Limited which is licenced to provide trading services to professional investor in Hong Kong. Parry Capital Management Limited is licensed to provide asset management services. While licences have been obtained from the Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong (“SFC”) none of the information contained in this website is reviewed and approved for distribution by the SFC.

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Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s gamble on an early election has backfired, as results so far show him at best with a sharply reduced majority and possibly a hung parliament. There’s been a raft of economic data from around the world whilst we’ve been away showing mixed fortunes for Asia’s manufacturing sector. Retail sales data in Hong Kong show an accelerating deterioration. And economic numbers from Japan, show consumer prices falling at the fastest pace since 2013.

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By Podcasts
on Jun 07 2016 12:00 AM
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Parry Global Group includes Parry International Trading Limited which is licenced to provide trading services to professional investor in Hong Kong. Parry Capital Management Limited is licensed to provide asset management services. While licences have been obtained from the Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong (“SFC”) none of the information contained in this website is reviewed and approved for distribution by the SFC.

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It’s been a day of warnings from global leaders and policymakers. Janet Yellen in her latest speech in Philadelphia cautions against reading too much into one month’s set of jobs data. And she warns of “significant repercussions” if the UK voted to leave the EU. Ahead of that UK referendum two polls show the Leave campaign now in the lead sending the British pound tumbling and Prime Minister David Cameron warning that Brexit would put a "bomb under our economy.”

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