Shares on the mainland also trade lower
Latest Chinese data shows economy is not collapsing, but raises questions about the outlook for consumer spending Data suggests government's stimulus efforts are starting to bear fruit
Average annual rents in Causeway Bay stood at US$2,671 per sq ft at the end of second quarter Sixth time in 30 years that Causeway Bay has been ranked number one
Chinese investors make a strategy U-turn as markets such as Vancouver and London are no longer so welcoming
Unnamed Hong Kong asset manager to act as fund distributor and manage fund whose initial size will be US$30 million Quantitative hedge fund will be domiciled in Cayman Islands
Here's what you need to know now for Tuesday, Nov. 13.
Builders are using tenders to avoid flooding the market with unsold property and openly reducing prices as market cools
Stock market has 'diverged completely' from country's economic fundamentals, says former vice-chairman of political advisory body Blames lack of confidence among Chinese investors for stock market weakness
Hong Kong lawmakers want to know exact details of hacking attack, which airline on Monday revealed had lasted for longer than it said earlier Tough new European Union privacy regulations came into force on May 25
Iconsiam has ultra luxury brands like Louis Vuitton and Hermes, posh condos and - soon - even its own monorail.
China central bank renews currency swap deal with UK of 350 billion yuan (US$50 billion) UK swap renewal came just two weeks after a similar credit line of 200 billion yuan with Japan
Management to promote more cooperation across different groups as part of a business restructuring Flagship messaging and social media app WeChat came about from internal rivalry
Will lag effects of interest rate hikes and the trade war with China show up in 2019?
Marketers are hungry for return on advertising spend, and they're starting to get just that.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended lower Tuesday after moving in and out of positive territory during the day.
Boeing falls Tuesday on a report that the aerospace giant withheld information about potential hazards connected with a new flight-control feature that is suspected of playing a role in last month's fatal Lion Air jet crash in Indonesia.
New yuan loans, a key source of funding for growth, halved in October from September Fiscal revenue, the source of government efforts, recorded a rare drop in October from the same month a year earlier
Texas-based homebuilder D.R. Horton Inc. is expanding operations in the U.S. by buying privately held Westport Homes for $190 million in cash.
TheStreet founder and Action Alerts Plus portfolio manager Jim Cramer breaks down Tuesday's market action.
When the inner circle of China's Communist Party endorsed a new direction for the country in December, 1978, few would have imaged the immense changes that would be unleashed. Late paramount leader Deng Xiaoping's push for 'reform and opening up' launched China's rise from the wreckage of the Cultural Revolution to the world's second-biggest economy and a major player on the international stage. To mark the 40th anniversary of the start of the process, the South China Morning Post takes an in-depth look at the forces that shaped that transformation, from the businesspeople who got industry moving to the political offensive that opened the door to the market system.
Thanks to shale-oil production, the U.S. is now the biggest producer of crude oil.
One reason: No one knows as yet what the impact of Iranian sanctions will be.
India's reluctance to open up its markets among the stumbling blocks to agreement that would cover half the world's population
Li Keqiang says 'massive stimulus' like 2008 not on Beijing's radar, even as new data shows further downside New bank lending falls sharply in October, suggesting businesses reluctant to invest given uncertainties created by the trade war
U.S. stock futures rise on reports of progress in U.S.-China trade talks; oil prices fall for a 12th day; Apple tries to recover from its 5% slide during the previous session; Amazon has chosen two cities for its HQ2 locations, a report says; Google plans to double its workforce in New York.
Accommodation platform says proposed law would risk Hong Kong's global reputation as a tourism and travel hub The law, backed by the city's hoteliers, would allow for stiffer penalties against people using their homes for short-term rentals
Global stocks traded firmer Tuesday, with markets supported by reports of a progress in U.S-China trade talks, as investors attempt to regroup from last night's tech-led selloff on Wall Street and the longest losing streak for world oil prices on record.
Family tourism 'will be the long-term trend in Macau in the future'