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.
Kickstarter, one of the world's largest crowd funding platforms, made its Asian debut in Hong Kong and Singapore on Wednesday.
Car-hailing firm Uber is putting the brakes on its taxi and van services in Hong Kong, effective from Monday, the SCMP reports.
Citron Research's Andrew Left disputed a Hong Kong tribunal's ruling he engaged in market misconduct, but said he's through commenting on China.
Singapore's locally-transmitted Zika cases are a concern, as they increase the probability of more undetected infections, warns HKU's Jasper Chan.
CLSA's Nicole Wong says One Kai Tak buyers can expect to be living in a construction site, as Hong Kong's Kai Tak area is in early development stage.
Tough talk on the campaign trail aside, scrapping NAFTA is not going to happen, says UBS's Jorge Mariscal. Here's why.
CNBC's Emily Tan goes on Hong Kong's giant water slide, which is right in the heart of the central business district.
Look to Singaporean and Hong Kong for investments that offer quality and income, said Lim Say Boon, CIO at DBS Wealth Management.
The SZ stock connect is one in a series of market reforms that are consistent in direction but inconsistent in pace, says JPMorgan AM's Michael Falcon.
The H-share market has had bouts of unprecedented volatility, so the control mechanism should ease that, says BoComm International's Hao Hong.
Maple-Brown Abbott's Geoff Bazzan says the choice of RBI governor is likely to ease market worries about long-term stability.
Meitu, a Chinese selfie app maker, plans to raise as much as $1 billion in an IPO in Hong Kong, the WSJ reported on Sunday, citing sources.
China plans to open its Shenzhen stock market for foreign investors, but it wasn't clear it would see more traffic than Shanghai's lackluster one.
Hong Kong people's livelihood depends on working together with China and as a part of China, says Great Eagle MD and Chairman Lo Ka Shui.
Great Eagle's Lo Ka Shui explains that the two-tier regulatory system is best suited for Hong Kong's financial market.
The Shenzhen Composite has EPS growth at an estimated 20 percent annually for the next three years, says Bank Julius Baer's Mark Matthew.
Oreana Private Wealth's Norman Chan expects Hong Kong-Shenzhen Stock Connect investors to be more speculative and focus on small to mid-cap companies.
According to the EIU's Global Liveability Ranking, six of the top 10 livable cities in the world are in Australia and Canada.
It is questionable whether foreign investors want to buy Chinese shares, says Orient Capital Research's Andrew Collier.