[HONG KONG] Losing Alibaba's 2014 listing to New York was embarrassing for a city that has thrived connecting China to world markets. Hong Kong could go some way to making up for this in 2018...

HONG Kong's stock exchange has proposed letting "innovative" companies list in the Chinese enclave with dual-class share structures to avoid losing out on more initial public offerings...

[HONG KONG] Luxury brand Coach Inc said it had applied to delist from the Hong Kong stock exchange, dealing another blow to the financial hub, a day after commodities trader and miner Glencore said...

[HONG KONG] The lights go out and screens turn blank in the trading hall of Hong Kong's stock exchange this week, marking the end of an era for the red-carpeted, cavernous space that was home to...

[HONG KONG] Hong Kong's Financial Secretary has asked regulators to review plans for a new trading board for companies with dual-class share structures - a sign that the proposal may be dropped...

HONG Kong's securities regulator plans to implement a real-time investor identification system around mid-2018 for "northbound" trading under the Stock Connect programme with China,...

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ENOUGH is enough. Hong Kong's securities regulator said on July 13 that it has started using its power to object to questionable listings following a flurry of boom-and-bust equity market...

TWO weeks ago, a sudden plunge in a string of penny stocks on the Hong Kong stock exchange wiped out US$6.1 billion in market value in two days and left some companies down 90 per cent.

WHEN he first arrived in Hong Kong on a cargo ship in 1974, he did not even know how to open a bank account. Then, Cheah Cheng Hye was a 20-year-old journalist who had only secondary school education.