An art piece with a political message has been censored in Hong Kong, one of the signs that it has lost its crown as 'Asia's world city.'
HSBC and Standard Chartered see big losses in Hong Kong, but it's business as usual, including for a Credit Suisse conference in the city.
It's not clear where Chinese firms will move their money now that their 'go-to' tech bank collapsed.
Hong Kong's role as a hub for financial trading and for Asia-focused operations for multinationals is under threat, a new report finds, requiring a political response from companies.
The frenzied recent rally in Hong Kong stocks after two terrible years is losing its legs, with little to spur the market in the city's newly announced budget.
Even an "immaculate soft landing" in the United States may not be good news for Asian stocks, which face a range of pressures.
We're past the middle of the peak of winter and even assuming this cold weather spell, inventories should close the season very comfortably.
Many markets in East Asia are closed part or all of next week for the lunar holiday as China braces for the busiest travel period of the year.
The price-hike fever that's been making consumers queasy appears to have broken in the Asia Pacific region's major economies.
Asian equities are at half-year highs, and appear set to proceed higher.