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/* -*- mode: c++; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- */

 Copyright (C) 2004 FIMAT Group

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/*! \file hongkong.hpp
    \brief Hong Kong calendars

#ifndef quantlib_hongkong_calendar_hpp
#define quantlib_hongkong_calendar_hpp

#include <ql/calendar.hpp>

namespace QuantLib {

    //! Hong Kong calendars
    /*! Holidays:
        <li>New Year's Day, January 1st (possibly moved to Monday)</li>
        <li>Ching Ming Festival, April 5th </li>
        <li>Good Friday</li>
        <li>Easter Monday</li>
        <li>Labor Day, May 1st</li>
        <li>SAR Establishment Day, July 1st</li>
        <li>National Day, October 1st (possibly moved to Monday)</li>
        <li>Christmas, December 25th</li>
        <li>Boxing Day, December 26th (possibly moved to Monday)</li>

        Other holidays for which no rule is given
        (data available for 2004-2006 only:)
        <li>Lunar New Year</li>
        <li>Chinese New Year</li>
        <li>Buddha's birthday</li>
        <li>Tuen NG Festival</li>
        <li>Mid-autumn Festival</li>
        <li>Chung Yeung Festival</li>

        Data from http://www.hkex.com.hk

        \ingroup calendars
00062     class HongKong : public Calendar {
        class HkexImpl : public Calendar::WesternImpl {
            std::string name() const { return "Hong Kong stock exchange"; }
            bool isBusinessDay(const Date&) const;
00070         enum Market { HKEx    //!< Hong Kong stock exchange
        HongKong(Market m = HKEx);



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