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Asia finishes mixed as South Korean parliament votes to impeach Park; HK gaming shares tumble

Asian markets finished mixed as Hong Kong gaming shares took a hit while South Korea's parliament voted to impeach President Park in a decision that came after the market close.


UK could become Singapore or Hong Kong of Europe: Pro

Howard Shore, chairman at Shore Capital, explains why he believes Brexit could be a "fantastic opportunity" for the U.K. economy.


Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect goes live

The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect opened on Monday, giving overseas investors access to over 900 Shenzhen-listed stocks. CNBC’s Emily Tan reports.


Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect will benefit institutional investors: Experts

Institutional investors will be the key beneficiaries of the Shenzhen-HK Stock Connect, as they leverage on the gap between share prices, experts said.


AirAsia IPO hopes to bring balance sheet clarity

AirAsia plans an IPO of a holding company that will tally all of its operations and entities under a Hong Kong listing for the Malaysia-based carrier.


Hong Kong retailer Sa Sa wants to cut its rent costs

Lower rental costs are in focus for Hong Kong retailer Sa Sa International Holdings, says Guy Look, CFO.


Hong Kong Disneyland is a tourism play: Strategist

Disneyland's $1.4 billion upgrade in Hong Kong is a tourism booster, says Jonathan Galaviz at Global Market Advisors.


Southeast Asia beats Hong Kong on IPO count: Deloitte

Valuations might be smaller in SEA but could increase because emerging Asia is still growing, says Ernest Kan at Deloitte Southeast Asia.


Singapore's English skills continue to improve, as Shanghai beats Hong Kong

Shanghai has pipped Hong Kong in English-language proficiency again, after logging a big improvement over the past five years, according to a new report.


This investor doesn't see much upside for HK markets

Even if Donald Trump doesn't carry out his campaign rhetoric, market sentiment in Hong Kong is unlikely to improve, says Kingston Securities' Dickie Wong.