Hong Kong stocks regain balance ahead of Fed meeting

Hong Kong stocks steadied after a tumble the previous day, though some investors stayed on the sidelines ahead of a US Federal Reserve policy meeting starting later on Tuesday. In the afternoon, stocks clawed back Tuesday morning losses and eked out a ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong leadership race heats up

The electoral race for Hong Kong's next leader is off and running, after the city's unpopular chief executive said he would step down next year. But as Tara Joseph reports, whoever wins the top spot will need both the nod of Beijing. Reuters is the news ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong pro-democracy groups make gains

Pro-democracy groups in Hong Kong have made big gains on the Election Committee, which will decide the territory's new leader. Amid a high turnout they have won more than 300 seats - about a quarter - reports say, although pro-Beijing groups will still ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong pro-democracy groups make record gains

Pro-democracy groups in Hong Kong have made record gains on the Election Committee, which will decide the territory's new leader. Amid a high turnout they have won more than 300 seats - about a quarter - reports say, although pro-Beijing groups will still ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong holds election for panel to pick next leader

Voting is under way in Hong Kong in elections for the territory's Election Committee, the panel that chooses the next leader. Only 6% of Hong Kong's voters can take part and those who are allowed to cast ballots are seen as mostly pro-China. The vote is ... ( read original story ...)

Is this proof Hong Kong’s 'Umbrella Protests' failed?

Hong Kong politics has been stormier than usual lately. There's been swearing and scuffling in parliament, court battles, and tens of thousands of protesters in the streets. And, to cap it all off, the Beijing government has intervened directly with a ... ( read original story ...)