Short sellers believe a weakening economy will force Hong Kong Monetary Authority to tweak the currency peg
08 Oct 19
Thomas Roderick, Portfolio Manager, was quoted in the South China Morning Post discussing Hong Kong's current economic situation.
Commenting on the effect the recent protests have had on Hong Kong's economy, and how a possible recession might lead the govenment to change or remove the currency peg which has been fixed to the US dollar since 1983.
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