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James Tien, Liberal Party Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, discusses the government's decision to scrap the issuing of multiple entry Hong Kong visas to Shenzhen citizens.
Jonathan Garner, managing director & chief Asia and emerging market equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, explains why the Hang Seng index could hit 30,000 over the next 12 months.
Robert Horrocks, CIO of Matthews Asia, says investors need to focus on "real business models" to pick out good-value investments from frothy stocks.
Brian White of Cantor Fitzgerald says that he wouldn't be surprised if Apple saw more watch additions sold in China than anywhere else.
Peter Alexander, managing director of Z-Ben Advisors, discusses whether the rally in Hong Kong is structural or stimulus-driven and adds that the upswing still has "steam behind it."
Andrew Sullivan, managing director of Sales Trading at Haitong International Securities, says the rally in Hong Kong will continue, but it may slow down this week due to a slew of listings in China.
The Shanghai markets are in the midst of a speculative bubble, said Simon Male, Auerbach Grayson head of Asian equities.
Hartmut Issel, head of Equity and Macro for Asia- Pacific at UBS Wealth Management, says the sharp revision in China's corporate earnings may put a cap on Hong Kong's liquidity-driven rally.
Viktor Shvets, Asia head of Strategy Research at Macquarie, says Beijing is trying to take the steam out of China's local market by redirecting some of the liquidity into Hong Kong.
Clive McDonnell, head of equity strategy at Standard Chartered Bank, says policy moves in China are impacting liquidity in Hong Kong and explains why the latter's valuation looks "reasonably attractive."
Gavin Parry, managing director at Parry International Trading, attributes the rally in the Hang Seng index to the removal of barriers for mainland money managers to buy H-shares last week.
John Hetherington, regional deputy head of Asia Pacific Research, Daiwa Capital Markets, discusses the sharp upswing in Hong Kong's equity markets on Wednesday.
John Bruce, director of Operations, Macau at Hill & Associates, says the mass market is holding up despite China's anti-graft drive and expects new properties opening later this year to be a boost for Macau.
Fiona Woodhouse, deputy director (Welfare) of Hong Kong SPCA, explains why the rise in impulse-buying and adoption of rabbits during the Easter holiday remains a problem.
Stephen Sheung, head of Investment Strategy at SHK Private, discusses news that Hong Kong's Executive Council won't be renewing the free-to-air license of Asia Television (ATV).
Alex Bumazhny, director, Gaming, Lodging & Leisure at Fitch Ratings, says March's gambling revenue shows sequential improvements and expects projects rolling out later this year to stabilize the sector.
Jonathan Galaviz, partner of Global Market Advisors, says weakness will be the key theme for Macau's gaming industry over the next few quarters.
David Lee, MD, finance director & Head of Corporate Strategy at Cowell e Holdings, discusses the company's market debut on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Tuesday.
Christian Cullen, Former fullback of the New Zealand All Blacks, says New Zealand is definitely a favorite in the tournament but still believes that all teams stand a fair chance at winning.
Clement Kwok, CEO at Hong Kong & Shanghai Hotels, says Myanmar remains one of the most exciting developing markets.