What does HK$ stand for?
HK$ stands for Hong Kong Dollars
This definition appears very rarely
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It confirmed an agreement had been made to issue a bond of 120 million Hong Kong dollars to a company owned 50 per cent by Victor Ma and 50 per cent by BIH chairman Cheung Shing.
The rise in foreign currency assets was mainly due to valuation gains on foreign currency investments, purchases of foreign currencies with Hong Kong dollars and an increase in unsettled purchases of securities.
priced at a cool million Hong Kong dollars (about US$129,000).
07bn Hong Kong dollars (pounds 491m) in the six months to June 30 from 5.
Speculators engaged in a series of sales of Hong Kong Dollars on spot and forward markets.
A member would be eligible for a monthly pension of 5,268 Hong Kong dollars (about 680 U.
The pirated copies seized were worth about 2 million Hong Kong dollars (about 258,000 U.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority now faces a traditional dilemma: the interest rates required to induce investors to hold Hong Kong dollars will put real estate under considerable downward price pressure.