Hong Kong Dollar Jumps Most Since 2016 as Borrowing Costs Rise – Bloomberg

Interbank borrowing costs in the city have been narrowing the gap with U.S. rates, with the Hong Kong three-month cost climbing to 2.125 percent on Friday, the highest in a decade. That’s made shorting the local currency a less appealing trade. The
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