Consistency and value for money are winning traits, says Dining Concepts' CEO and ED, Sandeep Sekhri.
Fundamentals remain weak but low valuations and a stable renminbi could spark some upside, notes Alexander Lee of DBS Vickers Securities.
Hong Kong's stock exchange restored its closing auction system on Monday after a seven-year hiatus. Here is what you need to know about the move.
Parry International Trading's Gavin Parry explains that the new measures will prevent any large stock price swings at the HKEX session closing.
There's no evidence of dual listings boosting share prices, warns Mohshin Aziz of Maybank Investment Bank.
Independent analyst Fraser Howie says he's dubious about CDB Leasing, which had already got 85 percent of IPO funding by cornerstone investors.
It's a bit disappointing that CBD Leasing did not manage to hold its debut share price, Huarong Intl Securities's Jackson Wong tells CNBC.
Hong Kong and China IPO markets appear to have benefited from the Brexit uncertainty, notes Parry International Trading MD Gavin Parry.
There's not much difference in the changes between the A and H-share spread, says Kevin Leung from Haitong International Securities.
From the economy to property stocks, here's how Morgan Stanley thinks ructions in currency markets will impact Hong Kong.
Hong Kong's stocks and its tightly controlled dollar have taken an outsized tumble this week, spurring speculation the currency peg may snap.
Firms wanting to list in Hong Kong are waiting for market stability, but they are also eager to act before the Fed raises interest rates, says Edward Au, co-leader, national public offering group at Deloitte China.
Bargain hunting is underpinning gains in Hong Kong equities, explains Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities.
Erik Prince, chairman of Frontier Services Group, says Africa continues to show significant growth, particularly in the consumer sectors.
Mikio Kumada, executive director & global strategist at LGT Capital Partners, says the negativity in Asia markets is overdone, but adds that developed markets remain more attractive at the moment.
Experts say it's time to be a contrarian investor and buy Chinese stocks with strong growth prospects in sectors such as banking and IT.
Pruksa Iamthongthong, investment manager at Aberdeen Asset Management, expects a "fair bit of bloodbath" across China's equity markets.
Peter Navarro, UC Irvine economics professor, shares his bearish outlook for China.
Tom White, Thomas White International, shares his bullish outlook on China's stocks and economy.
Kenneth Rogoff, Harvard University, explains why China's shadow banking system is likely to get a lot worse.