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GBP TO HKD!!!


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In this video you can see how much the exchange rate changes in a week!!

GBP TO HKD!!!

New Hong Kong Dollars


Here is a breakdown of the new 1000 and 500 Hong Kong Dollar notes released by all three issuing banks in December of 2018 and January of 2019 respectively.
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New Hong Kong Dollars

Hong Kong Travel Tips: 11 Things to Know Before You Go


11 things YOU need to know before you go to Hong Kong. A comprehensive travel guide to bring you up to speed on the Weather, Language, Getting Around, and more! Hong Kong was originally a British Colony founded in 1842, taken over by China in 1997. Hong Kong’s Official Name is the “Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong.” In Chinese Hong Kong Means “Fragrant Harbor.” Hong Kong is Famous for Skyscrapers (it has 8,000 of them), but 40% of it’s land is park and nature preserve
Hong Kong has 3 main areas, Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and the New Territories
But in total it has 263 islands
2 Weather
Hong Kong’s climate is subtropical, with temperatures dropping below 10 degrees Celsius in winter and exceeding 31 degrees Celsius in summer
Pretty humid all year round
May to November is typhoon season
June \u0026 August are the wettest
January and December are the dryest
3. Getting In
Likely flying in to Hong Kong International Airport HKG.

It’s on Lantau Island, and its HUGE! The size of 20 soccer fields.

You can fly to almost anywhere in the world from Hong Kong (more than 100 airlines operate 1,100 daily flights to and from 190 destinations worldwide)

Cathay Pacific is Hong Kong’s home airline and has won “World’s Best Airline” four times – more than any other.
Airport Express train to Central Its just 24 minutes, and leaves every 10 minutes
You can buy a round trip airport Express and Octopus card for 3 days unlimited MTR for $350
Taxi one way to Hong Kong Island would be about $400 HKD and take 45 mins to an hour
4. Unlucky
This number omitted because it’s unlucky. 4 in Chinese sounds like the word for “Death.” Most buildings typically omit this floor.

5. Getting Around
By public transit—it’s efficient, clean, and affordable
First things first, buy an Octopus Card It works on almost everything, even to get you in to the Hong Kong Horse Racetrack
MTT Subway
Star Ferry About $3 HKD, Upper Deck \u0026 Weekends cost a bit more.
Tram Ding Ding $2.60
Double Decker Bus
Mini Bus
Taxi Relatively inexpensive, but can be hard to hail during rush hour, or a rainy day, or shift change between 34pm.
Don’t try to hail a cab if you see double yellow lines by the curb. Taxis can only stop if there is a single line—or none at all.
Uber

6. Money
Hong Kong Dollar
Exchange Rate fixed to the USD. 1 USD = HK$7.75–7.85
Most places take Visa/Mastercard
40% take AMEX
Lots of ATMS Hong Kong is a huge financial center after all
Bills: Issued by 3 different banks, so you’ll see 3 different designs for all the bills
HK$20, HK$50, HK$100, HK$500 and HK$1000
Coins:

7. Language
2 Official Languages
1.Chinese, (Spoken Cantonese)
2. English

In the major urban districts, most residents will speak English but Cantonese is the local language

If you think you’re planning to learn a little Cantonese before you go… it’s not easy… it has nine tones.
8. Shopping
Shops often stay open late… none of this European 6pm closing time… think 9 or 10pm closing times for most shops and malls
9. Food:
Cantonese Food
And it’s all about sharing, portions are big and made for big groups
Dim sum originated here in southern China and means “touch the heart”. These tiny bites of goodness were created as snack food for travellers and today are an essential part of local culture.
Dim Sum
Hong Kong Milk Tea
Dai Pai Dong, Fast Food Noodle Shops, are common sites in Hong Kong offering an inexpensive bowl of noodles for around HK$20 and free tea
Bones yes, lots of the local food has bones it. At the casual restaurants you can just put the bones on the table. At a fancier restaurant use the saucer plate beneath your bowl
Tea Need a refill for your teapot? Turn the lid upside down.
Like to avoid the crowds? Then avoid eating lunch between 12pm, that’s the typical Hong Kong lunch hour
10. Feng Shui
The mystical art of feng shui is still common practice in Hong Kong wondering why a building’s architecture looks weird? The answer usually has to do with Feng Shui… that might be why your hotel lobby has a water feature and some goldfish in it too!
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? Kyle Bass Explains The Chinese Currency Crisis As An Investment Opportunity


Kyle Bass, CIO of Hayman Capital, sits back down with Raoul Pal in order to finally reveal the opportunity that he called “the most asymmetric trade ever seen in my entire life.” Bass follows up on his earlier thoughts on China, and lays out the logic behind his thesis. He also delves into the relevant historical context, and discusses the risks to the financial system posed by an overvalued property market. Filmed on April 24, 2019 in New York.
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KYLE BASS: And so, right now, we face Brexit and I don’t know what’s going to happen next, but I think
that back then, they engaged in a peg to try to bring some sort of stability to calm the nerves and the
psyches of investors in Southeast Asia and primarily Hong Kong, because as you know, investors were
thinking with Great Britain, there’s a legislative democracy, there’s basically financial stability, there’s rule
of law. They’re all the things that capital needs to invest and make real investments in the sovereign of the
territory. And with the idea that China might take back over sooner rather than later, the money left. And
that’s why they had to institute the peg.
So, the UKChinese agreement, this British agreement 1984 stipulated or set forth the rules by which Great
Britain would engage with Hong Kong in the future. And the handoff would be July 1
st
, 1997. Fast forward
from ’84 to ’92 when the US entered its Hong KongUS Policy Act, both Great Britain and the US treat
Hong Kong as its own sovereign, as long as it maintains autonomy. Autonomy in its economic affairs, and
its legislative affairs and its rule of law.
RAOUL PAL: What does autonomy mean?
KYLE BASS: That no one else is running the show. This agreement stipulates that it is a special
administrative region of China, but it’ll be treated as Hong Kong as long as those things are maintained.
Like, I’d love to cover that secondarily in our conversationRAOUL PAL: That’s my question, what’s autonomy, but yeahKYLE BASS: Yeah. The word’s very important. So, when you look at today, if you just look at Hong Kong
from a macro perspective, it’s really important to think about what happens when you peg your currency
to another. There’s the pegged currency, then there’s the anchor currency. The anchor currency, in this case,
is the dollar. What you’re doing is you’re basically saying I will adopt their monetary policy. I’ll adopt their
yield curve. I will basically let Jesus take the wheel and let the US run my economy.
Now, that works actually fairly well as long as there’s a synchronicity in economic outputs, right, i.e. if the
economies are working together, if one grows, the other grows, if one goes into decline, the other goes into
decline. That kind of relationship actually works. If one economy is growing, while the other one is declining,
and you have to import monetary policy and i.e. the same rates curve, it’s a disaster for the one that’s
declining.

? Kyle Bass Explains The Chinese Currency Crisis As An Investment Opportunity

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