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Kerry Craig, market analyst at JP Morgan Asset Management, says he's alarmed by the moves on the Hong Kong market, but believes the Hang Seng rally will eventually subside.
The pullback in the shares of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing will not be too drastic as investors are likely to buy on dips, says Daniel So, strategist at CMB International Securities.
Jonathan Garner, managing director & chief Asia and emerging market equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, explains why the Hang Seng index could hit 30,000 over the next 12 months.
Robert Horrocks, CIO of Matthews Asia, says investors need to focus on "real business models" to pick out good-value investments from frothy stocks.
Clive McDonnell, head of equity strategy at Standard Chartered Bank, says policy moves in China are impacting liquidity in Hong Kong and explains why the latter's valuation looks "reasonably attractive."
As more Chinese funds flow into Hong Kong's markets, high trading volumes and volatility will likely persist in the short term, says, Jackson Wong, associate director at United Simsen Securities.
David Lee, MD, finance director & Head of Corporate Strategy at Cowell e Holdings, discusses the company's market debut on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Tuesday.
The year of the goat may take the Hong Kong stock market on a bumpy ride, CLSA said in its annual feng shui forecast ahead of the Lunar New Year.
Sani Hamid, Director of Wealth Management, Economy & Market at Financial Alliance, compares China's central bank to the European Central Bank.
Daryl Guppy, CEO of Guppytraders.com, charts the Hang Seng index and Shanghai Composite Index.
Uncertainty over central banks rolling back stimulus saw the dollar/yen drop below the key 95-handle, reports CNBC's Chloe Cho.
Recent measures by the Hong Kong government to cool one of the world’s most expensive real estate markets may have dented transaction volumes, but property prices remain high and will continue to rise, analysts tell CNBC.
In the last four months, China has forged an aggressive, more nationalistic posture in Asia that may set the tone for the expected decade-long tenure of Xi Jinping, the presumptive new leader of China, analysts and diplomats say. The New York Times reports.
The Obama administration plans to file a broad trade case at the World Trade Organization in Geneva on Monday accusing China of unfairly subsidizing its exports of autos and auto parts, a senior administration official said late Sunday, in a move with clear political implications for the presidential elections less than two months away.
As Apple prepares to unveil the latest iPhone this week, the company’s manufacturing partner in China, Foxconn Technology, is coming under renewed criticism over labor practices after reports that vocational students were being compelled to work at plants making iPhones and their components. The NYT reports.
As evidence has mounted that the economy is slowing, Beijing has kept the world on tenterhooks, delivering none of the big stimulus measures many analysts have predicted.
Dickie Wong, Executive Director, Kingston Securities thinks the money laundering case against HSBC will place short term pressure on its share price, but he says the stock has room to pull back. He sees a settlement of the case as soon as the end of this month.
News that Sun Hung Kai’s billionaire co-chairmen have been charged for bribery has cast a pall over the stock and prompted a downgrade from Barclays on Monday, as investors continue to weigh the extent of the fallout from the scandal on Asia's largest developer.
While the corruption case against the joint chairmen of Asia’s biggest developer Hong Kong’s Sun Hung Kai Properties will lead to share price volatility over the next 12 months, analysts say the company remains a buy based on its high-quality asset base and solid income stream.
Macau gaming stocks have fallen out of favor, with the major names sliding an average of 20 percent since the beginning of May on worries about a sharp slowdown in gambling revenues. But, according to analysts at Nomura, the correction may be close to an end and the recent drop could present an attractive buying opportunity.