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Francis Lun Quotes

Fresh worries about rising inflation in the US and the extent to which the US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates are weighing down the market heavily.
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#Inflation

There is no fresh news that can move up properties. Worries that interest rates in the US might go up some more have made many investors cautious.
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#Interest

Investors view as positive Husky's strong fourth-quarter profit and the approval for Hutchison's Italian unit's listing.
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#Approval

The absence of fresh news and the fact that most blue chips have already reported their annual results also explains the lack of a strong upward momentum to the market.
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#Absence

They're taking advantage of high prices and a strong market to cash out.
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#Advantage

The potential is huge, yet the pitfalls are bottomless. After years of communism, some companies borrow without the intention of ever paying the money back. It's a very high-risk market.
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#Money #Intention #Communism

I expect the market to open higher after Wall Street's gains, and it will mainly be led by property stocks as interest rate worries seem to be easing after the release of the US Fed minutes.
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#Wall Street

The market has gone crazy, especially in the property sector. Investors are trying to believe that interest rates may be peaking and are forgetting that the oil price is more than US$62 per barrel.
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#Investors #Interest Rates

Falls on Wall Street last night and profit-taking in H-shares, many of which had a strong run lately, are the major reasons for the market's fall today.
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#Wall Street

The investment made by some of Hong Kong's tycoons in Nine Dragons supported the debut of this company.
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#Hong Kong

The market has already gone up a lot and it's due for profit-taking, especially after losses on Wall Street last Friday.
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#Wall Street #Losses

There was profit-taking in stocks which have risen a lot in recent days. Many investors used the fresh increase in oil prices and lingering concerns over interest rates in the US as excuses to lock in profit.
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#Stocks #Investors #Interest Rates