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China's slowing economy and market rout may capture headlines, but the mainland's debt load is a bigger worry, said top China banking analyst Charlene Chu.
The United States broadens sanctions on North Korea after detecting that they may be preparing a space launch, Reuters reports.
HSBC will no longer provide mortgages to some Chinese nationals who buy U.S. real estate, as Beijing battles to stem capital outflows.
Japan's Economy Minister Akira Amari will step down to take responsibility over allegations he received bribes, to be replaced by Nobuteru Ishihara.
Are magnetic trains the future of rail transport? Sustainable Energy takes a look.
Money managers investing in Asia have a favorable view on India but they are shunning Chinese stocks, according to Goldman Sachs.
CNBC reports on market volatility in China ahead of the annual Chinese new year holiday.
The Philippine economy grew 5.8% in 2015, probably one of the strongest growth rates in a turbulent year.
North Korea might be preparing a long-range ballistic missile launch from its northwestern launch site, Kyodo News reported.
Thailand dominated as the most popular regional travel destination in 2015, according to MasterCard's Asia Pacific Destinations Index 2015.
Sales growth of properties in China will tumble this year as a result of slowing economic expansion and developers' high debt levels, Moody's has said.
A slowdown in China and convulsions in global markets could steer the U.S. Fed off its course later this year.
Saudi Arabia's late King Abdullah paid some of the money out of his private funds, the BBC reported.
Indonesian officials routinely inflate rice harvest data, but their latest phony numbers could lead to a severe shortage, officials say.
Consumer sentiment nudged up in China in January, helped by an improvement in the outlook for personal finances, a survey showed Wednesday.
Despite boasting the company's "best results ever" in Greater China region, CEO Tim Cook acknowledged "the turbulent environment."
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The two non-OPEC members most likely to agree to cut output are Oman and Russia but that may not be enough, says JBC Energy Group's Johannes Benigni.
Argentarius Group's Hank Morris says it will take a minor miracle for President Park Geun-hye to block the impeachment vote.
Vue Co-founder Tiantian Zhang shares how the smart glasses allow wearers to discreetly listen to music and make phone calls.