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Taimur Baig, chief economist for Asia at Deutsche Bank, scaled back his growth forecasts for the likes of Singapore and Hong Kong due to the slowdown in China.
George Yeo, chairman of Kerry Logistics and former Foreign Minister of Singapore, discusses his new book titled "George Yeo and Bonsai, Banyan and the Tao."
Despite the recent market selloff, China's ultra-rich are still attracted to Hong Kong companies, says Jackson Wong, associate director with United Simsen Securities.
China needs to take these three steps to restore its markets and investor confidence, says Curtis Chin.
Jonathan Pain, Author of The Pain Report, explains his disappointment over of Beijing's recent market meddling and adds that Hong Kong stocks are a better investment than their mainland peers.
Mark Tinker, Head of AXA Framlington Asia, explains why the current stock market in China is reminiscent of 1987 conditions in the U.K.
Richard Yetsenga, Head of Global Markets Research at ANZ, explains why neither Greece nor China are really worrying markets right now.
Mainland China's heavy-handed intervention in its stock market damages the credibility of its broader efforts to become a more open market.
The stock bounceback could continue for three more months, with an average 6.5 percent gain in global equities, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said.
Chinese internet behemoth Tencent said six of its former employees have been detained by Chinese authorities as part of a corruption investigation. One of them is currently the executive director of Alibaba Pictures.
While watching the volatility in Chinese stocks, investors should also be out for opportunities, says Tan Su Shan, MD & group head of consumer banking & wealth management at DBS.
Dickie Wong, executive director at Kingston Securities, says the single-digit forward P/E on the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index indicates it is time to buy in.
China bears are everywhere, but this market correction could be a buying opportunity for smart investors, says Katie Stockton of BTIG
Alex Wong, director of Asset Management at Ample Capital, explains whether China's market turmoil could have significant spillover effects for the region.
The package of measures aimed at arresting the sell-off in China are stirring more confusion in the market, says Ron Insana, a CNBC and MSNBC contributor.
CNBC's Susan Li asks Abraham Chan, founder, chairman, CEO and executive director of PuraPharm, whether he is worried about how the recent market rout may affect the company's listing in Hong Kong.
Michael Falcon, head of the Asia Pacific funds business at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, says the mutual recognition of funds (MRF) scheme between China and Hong Kong is a step forward.
Rebecca Chan, partner and head of Hong Kong capital markets at KPMG China, expects 110 companies to be listed in Hong Kong this year, raising over 200 billion Hong Kong dollars.
Starry Lee, chairwoman of Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong (DAB), discusses Hong Kong's democratic developments as the city marks the 18th anniversary of its return to China.
Guy Look, CFO and executive director at Sa Sa International, says the Hong Kong cosmetics retailer is facing issues with its store locations and product offerings.