James Quigley of Cushman & Wakefield says Australia has the "perfect conditions" to attract foreign interest in its commercial real estate market.
Xiaomi is planning to go public this year which could value the company at around $100 billion.
A leader of Hong Kong's radical youth opposition was sentenced to 6 years in jail for rioting and assaulting the police, one of the city's harshest sentences against a democracy activist in recent years.
Francis Lun of GEO Securities says there is a real push to get leading Chinese technology companies listed on the mainland.
Priyanka Gothi of Retired Not Out says aging populations in key Asian economies such as Hong Kong should lead to employers hiring more older workers.
Kevin Leung of Haitong International Securities discusses the ideas behind the proposed China Depositary Receipts.
George Hongchoy of Link REIT says the firm is continuing to rebalance its portfolio with the aim of upgrading its overall quality.
Thousands of Hong Kong citizens paused for a moment's silence Monday night to mark the Tiananmen Square crackdown.
Rising fuel costs and the threat of a trade war have not derailed Cathay Pacific's plan to return to profit in 2019.
Jason Low of DBS Bank says trade concerns are likely to remain in focus over the coming weeks.
Panic bells have been ringing as experts warn Hong Kong must shed an outdated and largely hands-off attitude toward innovation and technology or fall further behind in the 21st century.
London has "very strong foundations" as a city for the longer term, says Olivier Gergele of A.T. Kearney.
Hong Kong Airlines is looking to raise around $990 million through the issue of new shares and convertible bonds, Reuters reported.
Sarah Quinlan of Mastercard Advisors says the return of tourists from Mainland China has played an important role in the turnaround of Hong Kong's retail sector.
Wayne Gordon of UBS Wealth Management says concerns over Italy could mean the European Central Bank defers some expected policy announcements beyond September and October this year.
Rakesh Patel of HSBC says investors can get better access to the faster growing companies in China as A shares become available via the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect.
Mainland China is planning an important change to how companies can list on its markets, and some are concerned that could negatively impact Hong Kong.
Henry Chin of CBRE says the Greater Bay Area in China is going to be the "center of a brainstorm."
Point72's CEO of International Marc Desmidt explains which sectors the hedge fund is bullish on, as it expands its Asian operations.
Neil Shah of Counterpoint Research says Lenovo needs to move away from its reliance on personal computers and smartphones.