Christopher Chu

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing: 3 Things to Consider Post-Reforms

The company behind the world's third-largest stock market has reformed to attract listings. Here are three things investors should consider about HKEX. More »

MTR Corp: Why Hong Kong’s Subway Operator is Still Riding High

Despite some recent setbacks, MTR Corp’s (SEHK:66) share price continues to do well. Here’s why. More »

Beware of China’s Fast-Rising Stock Market

Mainland Chinese stocks, otherwise known as A-shares, have led global markets higher this year. What should investors look out for, though, More »

China, the Trade War and Capital Misallocation

Private companies in China rarely get the loans they need. But what does that mean for the Chinese economy? More »

China’s Sharing Economy Expected to Double in 3-years – So Why Should Investors Worry?

Amid China's decelerating economy, the nation's sharing industry is expected to grow at an annualized rate of at least 30% over the next three... More »

The New North Korean Factor For Investors

An ambiguity between Washington and Pyongyang echoes a similar historical tone between China and Taiwan, perhaps an early signal that investment opportunities are approaching.... More »

1 More Big Challenge for Hong Kong In 2019 (And Years to Come)

Hong Kong’s currency peg to the USD comes with economic and social costs. More »

2 of the 3 Biggest Challenges for Hong Kong’s Economy In 2019

Hong Kong was always vulnerable to a slowdown in global activity, but the risks for 2019 may be out of the city’s control. More »

China’s Finally Rebalancing the Economy, But Still Losing Out

While Chinese sales figures report softer sales growth, China’s consumers are in fact consuming more, benefiting the global economy, unfortunately at Beijing’s expense. More »

Wait, Are Investors Suddenly Cheering For A Trade War?

Even as Beijing and Washington remain distant in their trade negotiations, investors’ focus on the Fed instead has begun to lift markets. More »