Mark Tucker of HSBC says that Asia is still where majority of the world's growth will come from.
HSBC's results are only "one quarter in a decade-long change at the bank," says Will Hamlyn of Manulife Asset Management.
Kenny Wen of Everbright Sun Hung Kai Financial expects that HSBC would prefer to use the excess capital for share buybacks instead of increasing dividends.
HSBC management should switch to expansion mode rather than focus on share buybacks, says Kevin Leung of Haitong International Securities Group.
A wavering dollar and rising equity markets offset rising inflation expectations that have spurred recent safe-haven purchases of the metal.
Retail in Hong Kong bounced back late last year and has been "going very nicely," says Ada Wong of Champion REIT.
Investors said there's no change in fundamentals, but the ongoing sell-off is a reminder to diversify portfolios.
Hong Kong and Shanghai shares fell sharply Friday amid a market rout after U.S. stocks tanked overnight.
After a sharp run higher in January, Hong Kong markets were poised to head lower before Chinese New Year, says Kevin Leung of Haitong international Securities.
Look at factors like southbound flows from China and retail sentiment before getting back into the Hong Kong market, says Philip Li of Value Partners.
Jonathan Garner of Morgan Stanley says there needs to be revisions on some estimates for earnings in tech and a reassessment of overall market valuations.
Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities says February will be a "bumpy" month for the Hong Kong exchange after the Chinese New Year.
Saudi Arabia could be tempted to reconsider the timing of what is expected to be the biggest-ever IPO, BP CEO Bob Dudley said Tuesday.
Stock indexes in China fell early on Tuesday, tracking steep losses seen overnight on Wall Street.
Investors in Greater China are following global trade trends, and are not worried on the economy, says Ronald Wan of Partners Financial Holdings.
Hao Hong of the Bank of Communications International said the strong links to the U.S. market makes it hard for a bourse like the Hong Kong Exchange to buck the trend.
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Washington's deregulation policies changed the score of the world's largest economy on an index of economic "freedom."
Edwin Feulner, founder of The Heritage Foundation, weighs in on the rankings in the organization's latest Index of Economic Freedom.
Don Taylor of Swire Properties talks about the trend of decentralization in Hong Kong's office space and the One Taikoo Place development.