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Financial news plays a part in the investment market

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(Don't forget your byline next time. Tim Chan didn't just mean financial news, he used the term "news with magnitude that could block the sky and carpet the earth" do trigger speculative behavior in financial markets. Your article seemed to agree that too much news could lead to market overheat but Tim Chan made it clear in his speech that this was a matter similar to the "egg or chicken first" question. Was it the ends justify the means or was it the other way around? When too many customers lining up outside a bank to withdraw their money due to the lack of confidence in the bank, there is a special term for it. We call it a "bank run". )


Tim Chan, the Executive Chief Editor of Hong Kong Economic Journal, admits in the General Assembly of Hong Kong Shue Yan University today, that financial news do trigger more investment activities in the Hong Kong economic market.

“When financial news reported the general price of housing estate had soared to the highest level, the market price of housing estates in Hong Kong were often start rising in the next day.” Chan says.

Chan thinks financial news contributes to a certain extent in creating some psychological barriers in the publics’ mind. “People think their life will collapse if they don’t buy a flat as soon as possible.” He remarks.

To prevent rampant chaos happening in the society, Chan says financial reporter sometimes play a conservative role in choosing which news to report. For example, when a bank faces panic withdrawals, financial reporter will allegedly conceal such epic news from public. “Financial reporter tries not to spark off any kind of fluctuations and instability in the market.” Chan says.

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