Hong Kong's composite interest rate registered 0.25% in February

By bne IntelliNews March 21, 2013
Hong Kong's composite interest rate declined 3 basis points (bps) registering 0.25% in February this year. As reported by News.gov.hk, the decrease in the composite rates was due to the decline in the weighted funding costs for deposits and interbank funds.

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