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October could have a long list of market demons to contend with—from the shift in U.S. monetary policy to geopolitical issues that include Hong Kong.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on aggressive steps by Chinese authorities to deal with the Hong Kong protests. TV networks including CNBC have been blacked out in Beijing.
The Hong Kong protests are "unsettling" for businesses, says Anson Chan, former Hong Kong chief secretary, adding that the international community should be more involved.
Anson Chan, former Hong Kong chief secretary, says the Hong Kong authorities' response to the protests is surprising, and that this crisis is entirely "of the government's making".
Government officials say protests are hurting Hong Kong's short- and long-term economy, but many say otherwise.
Protest crowds are expected to grow in Hong Kong Wednesday. Ken Brown, Wall Street Journal, provides perspective.
CNBC's Susan Li reports on the latest developments in Hong Kong. Li says the crowd has expanded and protesters are coming out in droves. CNBC's Jim Cramer provides insight on the turmoil overseas.
Jason Trennert, Strategas managing partner, shares perspective on the global markets amid growing concerns over Hong Kong protests.
John Bussey, Wall Street Journal executive business editor, shares his perspective on what's happening on the ground in Hong Kong amid massive protests.
We're in a lull but possibly before a storm, says John Bussey, Wall Street Journal executive business editor, providing insight to the protests in Hong Kong.
Michael Auslin, American Enterprise Institute, and Melanie Hart, Center for American Progress, discuss the unrest in Hong Kong and whether the U.S. should take a strong response.
Lisa Shalett, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, and Patrick Chovanec, Silvercrest Asset Management, share their thoughts on the protests in Hong Kong and discuss the likelihood of its impact on global markets.
China is taking aggressive steps to control media coverage of Hong Kong protesters, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.
CNBC's Susan Li reports on the latest developments in Hong Kong as demonstrators show no signs of leaving any time soon.
CNBC's Pauline Chiou reports on the Hong Kong pro-democracy protestors who are standing against the Chinese government but remaining peaceful.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on the Chinese government's reaction to the Hong Kong protest where they have blocked media coverage and social media channels such as Instagram.
Beijing could attempt to pacify protesters by allowing the resignation of CY Leung, Hong Kong's current Chief Executive, says Willy Lam, Professor of History at Chinese University of Hong Kong.
The pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong are being driven by a new form of mobile technology which works even without a cellular network or internet. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.
The cancellation of a National Day fireworks display planned for Wednesday indicates that authorities want to avoid a direct confrontation, says Michael Degolyer, Professor at Hong Kong Baptist University.
Dickie Wong, Executive Director at Kingston Securities, expects more downside for Hong Kong equities. He also discusses the outlook for retail stocks amid the protests.