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Hong Kong retailers popular again with investors despite warning signs

2018-05-19 thestar.com.my
HONG KONG: Fuelled by a sizzling economy and a cheaper local currency, Hong Kong’s retailers are back in fashion with investors –- despite familiar warning signs for those who have been here before.

 
Hong Kong's Retailers Ride High on Shopping Boom - Bloomberg

2018-05-17 bloomberg
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Hong Kong cosmetics retailer Sa Sa to close all stores in Taiwan

2018-02-21 scmp
21 shops will shut and 260 employees will be affected by the move, which comes after six straight years of losses in its operations on the island

 
Face masks are latest casualties of China-South Korea row

2017-06-16 scmp
Sa Sa International Holdings, Hong Kong’s biggest cosmetics seller, said the China-South Korea diplomatic row over a US-backed missile defence system had hampered sales of its Korean facial masks, once immensely popular among K-pop obsessed Chinese millennials.

 
Cosmetics chain Sa Sa posts decline in half-yearly profits on weak retail sales

2016-11-23 scmp
Cosmetics retailer Sa Sa International Holdings posted a 37.3 per cent drop in profits for the first six months of this year amid a sluggish retail environment in Hong Kong and a continued decline in the number of mainland tourists.

 
Brexit Sends Tourists Flocking to London to ‘Buy, Buy, Buy’ - Bloomberg

2016-06-29 bloomberg
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Brexit sends tourists flocking to London to ‘Buy, Buy, Buy’

2016-06-29 theedgemarkets
PARIS (June 29): By voting to leave the European Union, Britons have delivered a potential windfall to tourists eager to snatch up Burberry trenchcoats, Harrods Stilton and Liberty scarves on the cheap.

 
Hong Kong Retailers’ Chinese Malaise Deepens From Bling to Buns - Bloomberg

2016-06-23 bloomberg
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The depth of Hong Kong’s retail gloom is revealed in its stocks

2016-06-17 themalaymailonline
The retail industry, one of the key pillars propping up the Hong Kong economy, has been hit hard by China’s slowdown and a campaign against corruption since 2012 that wrecked businesses for shops selling luxury goods. — Reuters picHONG KONG, June 17 — For a measure of just how tough Hong Kong retailers have it, look at Sa Sa International Holdings Ltd.

 
The depth of Hong Kong’s retail gloom is revealed in its stocks

2016-06-17 www2.theedgemarkets
(June 17): For a measure of just how tough Hong Kong retailers have it, look at Sa Sa International Holdings Ltd.

 
The depth of Hong Kong’s retail gloom is revealed in stocks

2016-06-17 themalaymailonline
A customer checks a shirt inside the biggest Esprit store at Hong Kong's Tsim Sha Tsui shopping district September 10, 2013. — Reuters picHONG KONG, June 17 — For a measure of just how tough Hong Kong retailers have it, look at Sa Sa International Holdings Ltd.

 
The Depth of Hong Kong’s Retail Gloom Is Revealed in Its Stocks - Bloomberg

2016-06-17 bloomberg
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China's Yuan Policy a Rare Bright Spot for Hong Kong Retail - Bloomberg

2016-05-06 bloomberg
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China's yuan policy a rare bright spot for Hong Kong retail

2016-05-06 theedgemarkets
After mainland tourist arrivals plunged last year as policy makers devalued the yuan, foreign-exchange moves may now encourage shoppers back to the city by making alternatives such as Japan and Malaysia more expensive. China’s central bank has this year kept the yuan closely linked to the U.S. currency, and therefore the greenback-pegged Hong Kong dollar, while allowing it to drop 11% against the yen and 7.

 
Luxury brands downsize in Hong Kong and move to Macau to reach Chinese tourists

2016-05-03 scmp
With fewer tourists, particularly those in Chinese tour groups, visiting Hong Kong, high-end retailers are instead looking to Macau for expansion

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