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September marks the start of China's peak travel season but traditional hotspot Taiwan is not feeling the love.
The comments came after U.S. bombers flew over South Korea in solidarity with its ally after Pyongyang's nuclear test.
Emerging markets can satisfy the trend for ethical investments, according to Jim Roth, founder of private equity firm Leapfrog Investments.
Home mortgages and corporate borrowing just got a little more expensive this week, courtesy of central banks in Europe and Japan.
Private equity boss David Bonderman says regulators in emerging markets are often better qualified and more pragmatic than their U.S. peers.
North Korea's recent nuclear test could have implications for players ranging from South Korean cosmetics firms to Chinese banks.
Housing in major cities in China has seen price hikes that resemble the famous Dutch "Tulip Fever" bubble of 1637, according to new research.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission officially recalled the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in a Thursday announcement.
Formula One driver Nico Rosberg says he has a neutral relationship with teammate Lewis Hamilton off the racing track.
Weakness in private investments was a bigger risk to global economic growth, said Ravi Menon, managing director at Singapore's central bank.
China aims to shut almost half a million industrial small-scale coal boilers by 2018, but don't expect a boost for the LNG market.
The U.S. intends to lift sanctions on Myanmar, but some are questioning the move amid the military's dominance and human rights violations.
Unilateral sanctions will not help resolve issues on the Korean Peninsula, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his Japanese counterpart.
The move marks a further blow for Airbus Group as the manufacturer seeks to bolster new sales of the world's largest passenger plane.
Higher bond yields stateside could push up the cost of equity for companies in the region and undermine valuations, HSBC says.
Anti-riot squads, violence and the arrests of dozens of villagers might finally see the end of China's "democracy village."
New Zealand's economy grew slightly less than expected in the second quarter but the solid output figures may temper rate cut expectations.
China's quality watchdog said Samsung Electronics local unit will recall 1,858 units of its Galaxy Note 7 phones.
Greater Jakarta sits on a swampy plain and is sinking at a faster rate than any other city in the world.
Beijing faces serious economic and social challenges in creating jobs for its 270 million migrant workers, the SCMP reports.
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Hasan Tevfik, Credit Suisse, talks about how shareholder activism leads to more efficient companies, which is a good thing for investors in Australia.
Investors are trying to increase risk, but their allocations to defensive assets remain significant, says Ajay Dayal, Legg Mason AM.
Michael Kelly from Pinebridge Investments says Senator Mitch McConnell doesn't think it's possible to get a health care bill through.