The nascent market for "dim sum" bonds - denominated in Chinese yuan but issued outside the mainland - is poised for strong growth this year, gaining traction even as China opens its own markets to lure investors' money directly inside its borders.
Chinese investment banks are carrying out their biggest layoffs and bonus cuts since the financial crisis as they brace for further profit declines, hit by an ongoing drought in initial public offerings in China that started in September.
Sanjay Verma, CEO, Asia Pacific at Cushman & Wakefield says Hong Kong needs supply side measures to cool its property market. He explains why.
Tai Hui, Chief Asia Pacific Strategist, J.P. Morgan Funds says the only way to have sustained management of property prices in Hong Kong is to increase supply.
Luxury goods group Richemont gave a cautious outlook on Monday after slowing wholesale demand for its pricey products pushed sales growth in the last quarter below forecasts.
CNBC's Deirdre Wang Morris takes on the 'Stock in 60 Seconds' challenge and looks at Vanke, which opened at their 10 percent upper limit on Monday after the company announced it will move its B-shares to Hong Kong.
Let's hear it for the boys. China's fashion-forward men are snapping up Gucci and Burberry bags, driving a rebound in the luxury market months after a slow down in spending by the world's biggest luxury goods buyers spooked global investors.
Michael Spence, Professor of Economics, NYU Stern School of Business says reforms in China won't happen overnight but the new leadership team seems committed to restructuring the economy.
David Riedel, President & Founder, Riedel Research Group recommends investing in well-run Hong Kong listed mid-cap companies that have exposure to China.
Lee Cheuk Yan, Chairman of the Labour Party and Regina Ip, Chairwoman of the New People's Party discuss C.Y. Leung's 5 year plan for Hong Kong.
Barry Cheung, Chairman, Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange & Non-official Member of the Executive Council of Hong Kong discusses the challenges Hong Kong Chief Executive C.Y. Leung faces in tackling housing problems.
Eager to dig homeowners out from under a $374 billion mortgage mountain, South Korea is moving to let its banks start selling securities similar to those at the center of the 2007 U.S. housing crisis.
Andrew Leung, chairman of Andrew Leung International Consultants, tells CNBC how Hong Kong should address its severe housing shortage.
Dickie Wong, Executive Director at Kingston Securities discusses the intractable problem of housing supply in Hong Kong.
CNBC's Emily Chan speaks to HKEx CEO Charles Li about China's plans to allow investors greater access to foreign investments.
Uwe Parpart, MD, Head of Research, Reorient Financial Markets doesn't expect Hong Kong's Chief Executive to be able to do a whole lot as he still has to answer to Beijing, despite the demands of the Hong Kong people.
CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar takes on the daily challenge of 'Stock in 60', and looks at shares of Li & Fung, which dived 16% after the exporter warned of a steep drop in operating profit.
Ronald Arculli, former chairman of HKEx discusses the implications of China's QDII 2 - a program to allow individual investors more leeway to put money in international markets.
Indonesia's rupiah spent the latter half of 2012 shielded from speculative strikes and volatility by the country's central bank. That veneer of stability is starting to peel, if early signs this year are anything to go by.
Norman Chan, Head of Investment, Calibre Asset Management, explains why Chinese trade figures are becoming less important.