Postal Savings Bank of China launched an IPO in Hong Kong worth up to $8.1 billion, with most of the deal covered by cornerstone investors.
Hong Kong cosmetic icon Sa Sa has gone digital to counter mainland Chinese tourists' dwindling interest in shopping, CFO Guy Look said.
Sa Sa International's Guy Look talks about how his company uses digital advertising and social media to better engage potential mainland customers.
Even though mainland Chinese tourist arrivals have stabilized, consumer retail spending has dipped, says Guy Look, CFO at Sa Sa International.
Goldman Sachs identifies Chinese and Hong Kong themes for investors to capitalize on before the year-end.
Hong Kong markets are trading too cheaply even though volumes have picked up, says Luk Fook Securities' Stephen Hui.
CNBC takes a look at some future scenarios for Hong Kong, following its surprising election results earlier this week.
Last year's downturn was a minor blip - structural factors suggest a recovery, says Wee Liat Lee, head of APAC property research at BNP Paribas.
For Asia's well-heeled millennial travelers, new experiences are far more appealing than the comfort of organized tours.
The election of the pro-independence candidates and "localists", was unprecedented in a Hong Kong political system.
Younger people are now more active in politics but changes mustn't be overstated, says Linda Li, associate provost at City University of Hong Kong.
Even though the Umbrella Movement was suppressed, anti-China sentiments have prevailed in this election, says Hong Kong Baptist University's Benson Wong.
Pro-Beijing parties are against continual filibustering while pan-democrats have largely been ineffective, says Port Shelter's Richard Harris.
The balance is expected to remain the same but pan-democrats and pro-establishment parties are becoming more hard line, says KHU's Danny Gittings.
A record 2.2 million voters turned out for Hong Kong's hotly contested legislative council elections amid rising concerns about China's influence.
Public schools in Hong Kong have been asked to ban "independence activities" but students continue to participate in dialogue about democracy.
A growing independence movement in Hong Kong is worrying China ahead of the city's parliamentary election this weekend.
Path of Democracy Convenor Ronny Tong says HK voters are fed up with the existing band of legislators but there are few alternative choices.
Democratic Party Chairperson Emily Lau says the current C.Y. Leung administration suffers from a lack of trust and confidence by Hong Kong citizens.
CNBC's Bernie Lo reports on Hong Kong's political climate and struggle for independence from China, ahead of the Legislative Council elections on Sunday.