HONG KONG -- Hong Kong's lending rates have jumped in recent weeks as authorities work to prop up the territory's currency, stirring concerns that further tightening could slow the housing market's bull run.
The three-month Hong Kong Interbank Offered Rate rose for an 18th straight session Wednesday to 1.75%, continuing to hit highs last seen in late 2008.
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