A rare Ming Dynasty cup dubbed the "Chicken cup" was sold to a collector for $36 million. It sets a new world record for Chinese porcelain.
KC Chan, Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury of Hong Kong, says rules will need to be set for high frequency trading in order to protect the Asian market.
After the Fed's call for an earlier-than-expected rate hike, Hong Kong property stocks saw a 2 percent correction and analysts say these stocks are now ripe for picking. CNBC's Emily Tan reports.
Martin Cubbon, Chief Executive of Swire Properties, explains why he expects Hong Kong property developers to continue to offer price discounts.
Jeff Door, Analyst at Capital Research, says Hong Kong is stringent with companies seeking an initial public offering (IPOs) so as to protect its investors.
SkyBridge's SALT Las Vegas has a lagging younger sibling, SALT Singapore.
Nicole Wong Regional Head of Property Research at CLSA, discusses the outlook of Hong Kong's property sector, amid biting factors like stamp duty, interest rates and supply shortage.
The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report publisher Marc Faber shares his thoughts on the U.S. stock market and his investment strategy for Treasurys. "I would say it's a better time to get out of stocks than into stocks," Faber says.
Initial public offerings (IPOs) have had a rough time on Hong Kong's Hang Seng index. Louis Wong, Head Of Research at Phillip Securities, examines the underlying factors.
A new report shows that on a per-square-foot basis, New York is half price compared to some other favorite cities of the rich.
Joseph Cheng, Professor at the City University of Hong Kong, explains why the Hong Kong public may not be convinced by the government's warning of a long-term budget deficit.
Loretta Shuen, chairperson of the Taxation Committee, discusses the Hong Kong economy and the challenges it faces including its ageing population.
Jeremy Choi, Partner, Tax Services, PWC, discusses the challenges that the Hong Kong government faces when it comes to introducing new taxes.
Jeremy Choi, Partner, Tax Services, PWC, says the government's decision to reduce salary tax and tax under personal assessment by 75 percent, is a move focused on its middle class.
Lisa Lau, Chairman, Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health, says the Hong Kong government's decision to raise tobacco tax by only 20 Hong Kong cents is disappointing.
Ronald Arculli, Senior Partner at King and Wood Mallesons, says the government's plans to sell 34 residential sites to provide 15,000 units in the year ahead, is a 'good start' to alleviating Hong Kong's housing woes.
Ronald Arculli , Senior Partner at King and Wood Mallesons, says before supply meets housing demand in Hong Kong, property cooling measures are likely to continue.
David Wong, Chairman of Business and Professionals Federation of Hong Kong, says Hong Kong's budget on Wednesday could address middle class concerns.
Albert Chan, Member of the HK legislative council, says Hong Kong's budget will not be much of a surprise and will be 'ultra-conservative' and 'pro-business'.
Ahead of Hong Kong's budget announcement, Kelvin Lau, Senior Economist, Asia at Standard Chartered Bank, explains why Hong Kong could see a gross domestic product (GDP) growth of around 4 percent.