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The future of Hong Kong’s stock market is in the hands of a team of market-watchers who will determine whether the stock market will ever recover, a team led by market strategist Andrew Kwon and fund manager Michael Chan said on Wednesday.
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE) is in a state of turmoil, with the government looking to sell the market to fund its reform efforts.
Kwon, who has been a market strategist at UBS since 2003, and Chan, who worked at U.S. investment bank Morgan Stanley from 2000 to 2007, will work with the team at the Hong, Singapore and Macau Stock Exchanges, or SHINEX, to monitor the stock markets over the next six months.
For the next year and a half, the SHINIX team will monitor stock markets around the world in the context of a growing financial market, Kwon said in a statement.
They will work closely with our market analysis experts, and with the market’s participants, to forecast and analyze trends and opportunities for the stock exchange’s markets.
“We have always focused on making sure our markets were sound,” Kwon added.
We are looking forward to working with our team of experts to support the market and our customers during this period of change.
“”Our markets have been operating on a high level for the past decade,” Chan said.
Shinex’s markets will be monitored by the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Expositions, and by the HongKong Stock Exchange, which was launched in 2001. “
It is very difficult to know what will happen,” Chan told reporters after the announcement.
Shinex’s markets will be monitored by the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Expositions, and by the HongKong Stock Exchange, which was launched in 2001.
But they will not be directly monitored by any central bank, the announcement said.
“ShinEX and SHINECX will remain independent of the central government,” the statement said.
“As of the date of this press release, the market is not fully operational, and therefore, the markets will continue to be monitored and updated by market participants, including market observers, financial institutions and financial markets companies.”
The SHINex team is comprised of market analysts, financial experts and technical analysts.
The SHINecX team is composed of market forecasters, financial analysts and technical experts.
The markets have suffered from a “fundamental flaw” in the way the markets are managed and are “unstable and highly volatile”, according to a report by a team from the Asian Investment Bank, the world’s largest financial institution.
As a result, the government has decided to sell shares in the exchange and hold them on foreign exchange markets, which could make the market unstable.
The HongKongs stock exchange, which will be shut down on January 19, will also be suspended and all trading in its shares will cease.
The exchange is also planning to open a new market, known as Hong Kong Special Stock Exchange.
The government said it would also transfer control of the market from SHINEx to the SHINDEX board of directors.
A senior Chinese official told reporters that the government was “not interested in any market-driven decisions” and would only make such decisions in a “timely and responsible manner”.
“The government does not want the markets to suffer because of this decision,” the official said.
China’s stock markets are the world the biggest trading and investment hub, with more than 20,000 trading firms.
Some observers believe that the central bank’s decision to transfer control over the market may have the unintended effect of driving up prices, hurting the economy and putting the markets at risk of another financial crisis.
Hong Kong has been in turmoil since the mainland authorities launched a massive crackdown on protesters and activists last year, arresting thousands and jailing many others.
On Monday, authorities shut down Hong Kong businesses and banned people from leaving the city without a valid passport.
While many people are still trying to figure out what will become of the markets, the decision to halt trading is likely to have an immediate impact on the stock exchanges.
At the time of the announcement, there were about 2.5 million shares listed on the SHINSECX, which is a Hong Kong subsidiary of SHIN Exchange.
China’s central bank said on Tuesday that the Hongkong stock exchanges would remain operating until the end of 2017, but said the decision was made to “preserve the health of the stockmarket and make the markets more stable”.