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Asia Top News and Analysis Hong Kong

  • Hong Kong Property Market Correction

    Nicholas Brooke, Chairman, Professional Property Services Group says that Hong Kong's property market is headed for a correction following the latest round of intervention by regulators.

  • Bright Spots in Asia and Africa

    Mark Daniell, Chairman, Cuscaden Group says that education, agriculture and the healthcare sectors are bright spots in Asia and Africa.

  • Asian shares gained momentum on Friday on expectations a deal will eventually be reached to avoid a U.S. fiscal crisis.

  • Low-End Pricing Expected for PICC IPO: Pro

    Francis Lun, Managing Director, Lyncean Holdings explains why PICC's IPO is expected to be priced at the bottom of the range. He further explains his top pick in terms of China's insurers.

  • Is China Coming to a City Near You?

    As more wealthy mainland China tourists flood Hong Kong looking to shop, its way of life is being challenged. The Christian Science Monitor reports.

  • Hong Kong Real Estate Prices Expected to Rise Next Year: Pro

    Stephen Sheung, VP & Investment Strategist, SHK Private says that Hong Kong property prices are expected to go higher next year. He explains why.

  • Prada Has Excellent Marketing Strategies in China: Pro

    Jackson Wong, Vice President of Equity Sales at Tanrich Securities says Prada is his top pick in the Hong Kong consumer sector, as it has excellent marketing strategies in China.

  • Casablanca Bets Big on China

    Sean Sung, CEO, Casablanca Group says the reason why his firm is listing in Hong Kong is so that they have a platform to expand their efforts in mainland China.

  • 'Day of Reckoning' Looms for Asia's Priciest Property Markets

    Weak economic growth, oversupply and measures to keep a lid on house prices suggest that Asia’s priciest property markets, Singapore and Hong Kong, now face a ‘day of reckoning’ after several years of robust gains, Nomura analysts warn.

  • HK Property Prices to Stall in 2013: Pro

    Paul Louie, Head of Regional Property Research, Asia ex-Japan, Nomura says that Hong Kong's property market will stall next year with expectations for single digit growth.

  • Pricey Pad Points to a Defiant Hong Kong Market

    Recent measures by the Hong Kong government to cool one of the world’s most expensive real estate markets may have dented transaction volumes, but property prices remain high and will continue to rise, analysts tell CNBC.

  • Hang Seng is a Buying Opportunity At 20,000-Level: Pro

    Daryl Guppy, CEO, Guppytraders.com explains why the 20,000 level on the Hang Seng Index is a buying opportunity for investors as it will lead to further upside.

  • How Marketers Can Get the Rich Elderly to Spend

    The "Mature" market accounts for the majority of America's wealth and here is how companies can tap into it.

  • As Silver Economy Booms, Retirement Homes Spring Up

    The elderly from Mumbai to Shanghai are adapting to a life on their own fueling a demand for retirement homes.

  • Hong Kong's Favorite Consumer Brand

    What is the top brand among consumers in Hong Kong? Mark Pointer, CEO at Superbrands Hong Kong talks about what makes the city's shoppers tick.

  • Asian shares fell on Monday and the dollar firmed as investors shied away from risk ahead of the closely fought U.S. presidential election, the result of which could define a clear direction for broader markets.

  • Earnings Tea Leaves: Signs of Life in China's Economy?

    Asia’s economies may still be booming, but a worrying amount of private sector credit is laying the groundwork of the next financial crisis, according to a new research by Capital Economics.

  • Thai Acquisition Puts Prudential in ‘Sweet Spot’

    Prudential’s acquisition of Thailand's Thanachart Life Assurance, a subsidiary of Thanachart Bank, marks a crucial step in the British insurer’s expansion in Southeast Asia -- a region Group Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam refers to as the company’s “sweet spot”.

  • Asian shares advanced to their highest in nearly two weeks with risk appetite returning on signs that a trend of global recovery is stabilizing, particularly in the United States and China.

  • Asian stock markets were mostly higher on Thursday as China's official and private sector manufacturing PMIs confirmed a recovering growth trend, boosting Shanghai markets whilst trying to convince regional investors the slowdown was bottoming out.