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Charles Kinsley from KPMG China and Alexander Lee from DBS Vickers Securities discuss what will be introduced in Hong Kong's 2016-2017 Budget.
Michael Tien, Hong Kong legislator and chairman of G2000 Group, says Hong Kong's retail and tourism sector needs increased tax relief measures.
Peter Toogood, from City Financial Investment Company, doubts whether Liu Shiyu, China's new chief securities regulator, will change anything.
Investors will look to East Asia for clues on the region's economic health and news out of the G20 Finance Ministers meeting this week.
China has hit back at U.N. criticism of its human rights record, saying missing Hong Kong bookseller Lee Bo was "safe and sound."
HSBC has decided to keep its headquarters in Britain, the bank said on Sunday, following a review into a potential move to Hong Kong.
After a rip-roaring week, Wall Street should be in better spirits when it gets back to work Tuesday.
A prominent Hong Kong student activist blames the deteriorated relationship between police and the people of Hong Kong for the Mongkok riots on Monday.
Joseph Cheng founder of Power for Democracy explains what he believes led to the clash between the police and demonstrators earlier this week.
Riot police used batons and pepper spray early on Tuesday to disperse crowds after clashes erupted as illegal street vendors were removed.
Since it's the Year of the Monkey, CNBC's Emily Tan reports on problems that Hong Kong's resident Macaques have been causing.
Retailers in Hong Kong face a real crisis: canny shoppers don't think they're cool enough.
Peter Churchouse, author of the Churchouse Letter, explains why Hong Kong's property sales are set to decline another 15 percent in the next 12 months.
Mainland tourists are now traveling away from Hong Kong to spend, in part due to the HK dollar strength, explains Erwan Rambourg, head of consumer and retail at HSBC.
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.