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The shock results from Greece's referendum on Sunday sent Asian markets into a tailspin, but analysts seemed relieved that the impact wasn't worse.
The Philippines has confirmed a second MERS case, in a man who showed symptoms after arriving in Manila last month from Dubai.
Malaysia's ringgit plunged Monday to levels not seen since the late 1990s, taking a double-whammy from domestic corruption allegations and Greece.
Shares in Japan's Toshiba fell 5 per cent on fears that an ongoing third-party investigation into past accounting practices found more irregularities.
Asian markets are bracing for a turbulent week as central bank decisions and economic data on tap will likely add to the uncertainty over Greece.
China's top brokerages said that they would collectively invest $19.3 billion to help stabilize the country's markets.
The bloodbath in Chinese stocks extended into Friday amid reports the securities regulator has launched a market manipulation probe.
A mainland university has launched an e-commerce platform to sell new graduates to prospective employers.
Australia has a small club of shares Warren Buffett might buy, Credit Suisse said in the wake of the storied investor's first acquisition Down Under.
China will reduce the number of initial public offerings and the amount of capital raised from the equity markets, the stock regulator said.
A Malaysian government probe found $700m flowed from a state investment fund to the personal bank accounts of PM Najib Razak, The Wall Street Journal reports.
China's climate pledge to the United Nations this week has been widely applauded, but some experts believe the government is under-promising.
China is home to the largest equity markets after the US, so why is volatility is still typical? The Financial Times answers your questions.
Japan's economy is barely growing, its population is falling and wages are stagnant, but investors see surprisingly big opportunities in its property market.
Shares in Macau's casino companies jumped more than 10 per cent on Thursday in a rare relief rally after the government relaxed visa restrictions.
Evergrande Taobao FC is set to become Asia's first listed soccer club, a move that could bring the transparency Beijing seeks as it reforms the sport.
Indonesia should look to Singapore for inspiration as it attempts to tackle long-standing infrastructural problems, property tycoon Ciputra said.
China's securities market regulator said it would investigate suspected market manipulation after a slump of 20 percent in Chinese stocks since June.
Indian soldiers guarding the Bangladeshi border have a new mandate: Stop illegal cattle crossing, in a sign India's Hindu policies are hitting neighbor's economies.
Chinese stocks continue their gut-wrenching slide. But could this be a serious buying opportunity?
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CNBC's Julia Chatterly speaks with Mario Centano, Portugal's Finance Minister, about the new government and the euro area finance ministers meeting.
Simon Warner, head of fixed income at AMP Capital, explains why contingent convertible (CoCo) bonds are very risky.
China's market is likely to follow the trend but to a lesser degree, says Daniel So, strategist at CMB International Securities.