Asia's luxury shoppers are switching their allegiances from long-time favorites Hong Kong and Singapore, and it's not just for a change of scenery.» Read More
Mark Wilson, CEO of Aviva, says financial market will gain immunity to shocks from China, but not until 2019.
The hotel industry sees growth in Japan as well as some parts of China and Southeast Asia, notes Ricco De Blank, CEO of Sun Hung Kai Hotels.
Nicholas Holt, head of research for Asia Pacific at Knight Frank, discusses trends in Asian residential and commercial real estate.
Asia is home to the most expensive city in the world to rent high-rise office space and demand is not expected to wane, according to Knight Frank.
The West Kowloon Cultural District's difficulties have fueled questions on whether such a monumental enterprise ccan ever stimulate original art.
Hong Kong’s property market is famously expensive, but some properties stand out. These are Hong Kong’s most prestigious addresses.
China Huarong Asset Management has set an indicative price range at HK$3.03 to HK$3.39 for its Hong Kong IPO, sources said.
China's impact on Hong Kong's luxury goods industry has deepened, with rent in the top shopping streets dropping by 40%, the FT reports.
China market turmoil earlier this year sent shares globally into a tizzy, but Goldman Sachs is staying bullish, despite slashing its index target.
Daniel So, strategist at CMB International Securities, explains why he is bullish on H and A-shares, at least until the upcoming Communist Party's plenary session.
Victor Chan, chairman of Hong Kong Hotels Association, says the number of mainland tourists and hotel occupancy was down in Hong Kong over Golden Week.
A stronger yuan and HK dollar will boost the A- and H-share markets, says Dickie Wong, executive director of Kingston Securities
Hong Kong's ever-climbing property prices have long made the city the posterchild for unaffordable housing, but there are signs change may be afoot.
The prosecution is seen in Hong Kong as a blow to the cosy relationship between the city's political class and its rich, the FT reports.
The misconduct charges against former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang sends a strong message to citizens, says Linda Li, associate provost and professor of political science at the City University of Hong Kong.
Glencore shares skyrocketed as much as 72% on Monday in Hong Kong on hopes it would be able to cut debt with a sale of a stake in its agricultural assets.
Bargain hunting is underpinning gains in Hong Kong equities, explains Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities.
It might not be a good time for new share offerings in Hong Kong because of factors that could tighten global liquidity, says Eric Liu, head of research and partner at Vanda Research.
Mark Tinker, head of AXA Framlington Asia, discusses news that insurance giant Prudential is considering moving its headquarters to Hong Kong or Singapore from London.
Matthew Broadway, Netatmo COO, discusses the advantages of face recognition technology in smart home security systems.