Andrew Collier, MD at Orient Capital Research, weighs in on Meitu's potential in monetizing its 450 million user base.
Yang Liu at Atlantis IM remains a Chinese market bull, but making good money is difficult in Hong Kong.
China has to contend with its capital outflow situation while Hong Kong must deal with property pressures, says Francis Cheung at CLSA.
Linda Li at the City University of Hong Kong weighs in on the who's who in the race for Hong Kong's top job.
The move comes after current Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying's announcement that he would not be running for a second term.
Tim Summers at Chatham House talks about potential candidates for Hong Kong's chief executive.
Carrie Lam might not be ideal but other candidates for the top job in Hong Kong are less than desirable, the SCMP reports.
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying told reporters his decision wasn't because of the lack of an endorsement from Beijing.
Singapore-based fintech start-up Toast plans to create a mobile-based digital bank for the under-banked. Here's how.
Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities talks about the recent performance of HSBC shares.
Asian nations lead the way in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) latest global education survey.
Howard Shore, chairman at Shore Capital, explains why he believes Brexit could be a "fantastic opportunity" for the U.K. economy.
It will take some time but the HK-Shenzen Connect will give investors access to "new China" stocks in the Shenzhen market, says PEGASUS Fund Managers' Paul Pong.
Institutional investors will be the key beneficiaries of the Shenzhen-HK Stock Connect, as they leverage on the gap between share prices, experts said.
Shenzhen-HK Connect might be a bold step but paranoid regulators and volatility have made foreign investors cautious, says Fraser Howie.
Charles Li, chief executive at HKEx, talks about the enthusiasm around small cap stocks available via Shenzhen-HK Connect.
The Shenzhen Connect is beneficial for both mainland investors and Shenzhen companies, says Tony Nash at Complete Intelligence.
The Shenzhen Connect is developing institutional investment, says Alexander Lee of DBS Vickers Securities and Mark Tinker of AXA Investment Managers.
Credit Suisse explains why it likes emerging market debts, Chinese equities and oil-related currencies for 2017.
The new subsidized system for kindergartens in Hong Kong may lead to greater elitism, the SCMP reports.