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Macau on Thursday, a day after counterfeit Bank of China notes were discovered.
Smaller, wipe-clean plastic banknotes could be introduced by the Bank of England from 2016, matching currency across the world. The new polymer notes stay cleaner, are more secure and should even survive a spell in the washing machine, the Bank says.
Barely two weeks after the new Randela banknotes started circulating, counterfeit notes have made their appearance, the New Age reported on Tuesday. Some people who are not familiar with the security features of the new banknotes and sections of the
Hong Kong's de facto central bank on Tuesday intervened in the currency market for the fifth time in two weeks as the local dollar hit its upper trading limit against the greenback. HK$2.71 billion (US$350 million) in the forex markets after the US
Hong Kong The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has sold $603 million worth of Hong Kong dollars in the foreign exchange market in an effort to curb the currency's rise, a report said. The move on Saturday came as the US dollar hit HK$7.75, the lower
When Scott Schmith finally got his Swiss passport last month, it was time for him to take a drastic step: hand back his American one. Among the reasons was a pending U.S. regulation aimed at tracking down tax cheats that is making life difficult for
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority said Monday the city's foreign assets of the exchange fund shrank by HK$5.5 billion ($710 million) in April. The Monetary Base, comprising certificates of indebtedness, government issued currency notes and coins in
Hong Kong's foreign assets of the exchange fund in March increased HK$5.0 billion ($644 million) to HK$2,245.1 billion, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority said here Friday. The Monetary Base, comprising Certificates of Indebtedness, Government issued
announced on Wednesday New Hong Kong dollar 20 and 100 banknotes will go into circulation on Jan 11. This is primarily to meet demand for the notes to be used for "gift money" before the Chinese New Year, which is due Jan 23. The new banknote will be
Hong Kong's Exchange Fund foreign assets shrunk by HK$100 million ($12.85 million) to HK$2.1699 trillion in November, the Monetary Authority said Wednesday. The Monetary Base, comprising Certificates of Indebtedness, government issued currency notes