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Hong Kong keeps its title as the world's freest economy for the 22nd year in a row.
The Wall Street Journal reports that some of the largest hedge funds on Wall Street are stacking up bets against the yuan.
Despite this, Ronnie Chan, chairman of Hang Lung Group, says there are plenty of worrying signs that are pointing away from an overall market recovery.
In the year of the fire monkey, Hong Kong's Hang Seng index will see plenty of ups and downs as well as opportunities, according to Marco Yau, analyst, at CLSA.
Here's why the Fed's statement did little to help relieve the pressure on emerging markets, says UBS's Jorge Mariscal.
There's not much difference in the changes between the A and H-share spread, says Kevin Leung from Haitong International Securities.
HSBC's possible relocation to Hong Kong could actually increase the UK bank's tax bill, a Reuters analysis of the company's filings shows.
From the economy to property stocks, here's how Morgan Stanley thinks ructions in currency markets will impact Hong Kong.
The wife of one of five missing Hong Kong booksellers said she met with her husband in China, according to the Hong Kong police.
Peter Rosenstreich, head of market strategy at Swissquote Bank, says Hong Kong's difficulty in controlling its currency is similar to Switzerland's dilemma a year ago.
Dickie Wong, executive director of Kingston Securities, says Hong Kong stocks are extremely cheap but warns of further volatility in coming weeks.
Hong Kong's stocks and its tightly controlled dollar have taken an outsized tumble this week, spurring speculation the currency peg may snap.
Allegations of China abducting Hong Kong booksellers have gained momentum in recent days, with one expert saying it may not be an isolated incident.
Mitul Kotecha, head of Asia FX and rates strategy at Barclays, says the fate of Hong Kong's currency peg will depend on the Chinese yuan.
The disappearance of Hong Kong bookseller Lee Bo is a source of embarrassment to China, explains Steve Vickers, CEO of Steve Vickers & Associates.
The Hong Kong government has a track record of maintaining the financial integrity of the country, explains Richard Titherington, CIO and head of EM and APAC equities at JPMorgan Asset Management.
Companies must watch China's reforms and new priorities, and re-position themselves, advises Jean-Pascal Tricoire, CEO of Schneider Electric.
Hong Kong feeling the heat from global liquidity tightening, explains Richard Yetsenga, head of global markets research at ANZ.
One of Hong Kong's staunchest pro-Beijing lawmakers said a missing bookseller's tearful confession to a hit-and-run will not assuage public concerns.
Pierre Lagrange, co-founder of GLG, says luxury sales in China are likely to decline further.