Miranda Carr, head of China thematic research at Haitong, discusses the moves in the Chinese currency and why the firm is optimistic on the country’s property outlook in the second quarter.
Two Chinese banks fell on their first trading day in Hong Kong on Wednesday, reflecting investor fears about non-performing loans and bad debt.
Asia's emerging economies, once home to double-digit growth rates, will see momentum stall over the next two years, warns the Asian Development Bank.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports on today's trading action in Asia ahead of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's speech on the economy.
Despite China's limits on property financing, real estate is still a favorite asset class of the Chinese, said CLSA's regional property research head.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Tuesday he will proceed with a scheduled sales tax hike next year unless the economy is hit by a severe shock.
Household spending in Japan rose unexpectedly in February despite a slight rise in the jobless rate and a softer rise in retail sales.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita provides highlights of trading activity in Asia today.
China will conduct its first survey of children left in rural villages when their parents leave to work in cities, reported China Youth Daily.
China's massive pension fund is likely to start investing in the mainland's A-shares this year, state-run China Daily reported on Monday.
Asia will focus on economic data from Japan, China and South Korea, while Friday's U.S. non-farm payroll data from March will be closely watched.
Municipal authorities in Shanghai tightened mortgage down payment requirements for second home purchases, in a move to cool its property market.
Japan's February consumer inflation was flat as low energy costs and weak consumption capped price growth, keeping the BOJ under pressure for further easing.
Richard Arnold, Manchester United group MD and director, says there would be difficulties in holding premier league football matches in China.
China will not do one-off large devaluation of the renminbi or yuan, but policymakers could still weaken the currency by stealth, analysts told CNBC.
PetroChina is “substantially overstaffed,” said Bernstein’s senior oil and gas analyst, Neil Beveridge.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang speaks at the BFA Forum about China's growth and instability in the world economy.
The resource sector is seeing signs of recovery, but investment bank Goldman Sachs is still underweight on the segment's stocks.
Bank of Japan policymakers engaged in heated debate at the March meeting on the pros and cons of their January decision to adopt negative interest rates.
Layoffs in Singapore have hit their highest levels since the global financial crisis due to sustained low oil prices hits.
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