Peter Schiff, CEO at Euro Pacific Capital warns that U.S. might be headed for a economic disaster worse than the global financial crisis in 2008. He also says that Japan is making a monetary mistake.
As the world's smallest Disneyland, the Hong Kong park is set to open a new attraction next month. Tom Staggs, chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts tells CNBC how much of a boost that will bring.
Sophia Chan, Under Secretary of the Food & Health Bureau in Hong Kong, says there is no case of the latest strain of bird flu virus in the city, but is stepping up prevention and surveillance.
Michael Foust, CEO at Digital Realty, speaks about the cost effectiveness of data centers and current trends in the industry along with business model, growth prospects and the company's acquisition plans.
Daniel So, Securities Strategist at Sun Hung Kai Financial explains that despite weak 2012 net profits, earnings results have been better-than-expected.
Oliver Rust, Managing Director, Global Financial Services at Nielsen explains why there is an accelerated increase of people from China visiting Hong Kong to invest in financial products.
Shih Wing-Ching, Founder of Centaline discusses the effects of stamp duties in Hong Kong's property market. He further explains his proposition for the city's housing policy.
Shares of the world's largest supplier of clothes and toys to retailers, Li & Fung, rallied 4 percent despite posting a lower operating profit. Jackson Wong of Tanrich Securities explains why.
As the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens kicks off this weekend, Herald Van der Linde of HSBC goes over some unusual similarities between the winning rugby teams during the past few years and what it means for asset classes.
Frederic Neumann of HSBC and Nicole Wong of CLSA discuss if Hong Kong's real estate sector is facing selling pressure or if investors are just stuck in a holding pattern.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday ensuring economic growth was the top priority for his government. He also called for an end to a cyber-hacking row with the United States.
Hong Kong plays host to a different type of art fair this weekend - one aimed at regular folks.
One of China's largest private companies is quietly rolling out plans to establish a network of natural gas fueling stations for trucks along U.S. highways.
China's plans to unlock what could be the world's biggest shale gas reserves risk running further off track after 16 firms recently awarded exploration rights lacked one core skill - not one has drilled a gas well before.
Tao Wang, Head of China Economic Research at UBS Securities expects China CPI to slip below 3% in March. She believes government restructuring should pave the way for infrastructure investment.
Recent real estate cooling measures in China, Hong Kong and Singapore may help to remove speculators from the markets, but analysts say there's not much more governments can do to suppress prices.
Stephen Peepels, Head of U.S. Capital Markets, Hong Kong, at DLA Piper says the flow of IPOs to Hong Kong could overwhelm demand.
Not much. In Monaco, the globe's priciest real-estate market, the average home costs more than $5,300 a square foot.
As central banks in Europe edge closer to deciding that their flagging economies need yet more monetary stimulus, they cast an envious eye towards China.
Hong Kong is playing host to Asia's highest level of show jumping, the Longines Hong Kong Masters. CNBC's Bernie Lo speaks to the organiser's vice president, Matthieu Gheysen.