While having new faces in the Legco is positive, the pro-independence lawmakers seem unable to establish themselves in the council, says HKBU's Benson Wong.
Markets in Asia were lower on Friday as China's home prices rose, a typhoon shut down the Hong Kong market and an earthquake struck Japan.
Data showed companies in Asia Pacific were almost twice as likely to be hit with an advanced cyber-attack in the second half of 2015 than their global peers.
Xavier van Howe, investment director at GAM, discusses Burberry's second-quarter sales data, as well as the company's share price drop.
Fred Lam, CEO at the Airport Authority Hong Kong, talks about the development of HKIA's new infrastructure developments, such as the SkyCity project.
Credit Suisse PBWM's John Woods says that China export figures were unexpectedly lower but that the services sector has the potential to bounce to the upside.
Google and Facebook are working together to lay a nearly 8,000-mile cable between Los Angeles and Hong Kong, The Verge reports.
To kick off Hong Kong's legislative session, a swearing-in ceremony turned chaotic as several new lawmakers intentionally mangled their oaths.
With oil prices around $50 again, expect profit-taking in markets until the Shenzhen Connect comes online, says Haitong International Securities' Kevin Leung.
Ringo Choi, Asia Pacific IPO leader at EY, discusses whether China could displace Hong Kong in the IPO rankings.