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South Korea's economy may be on the brink of a deflationary spiral, but consumers are still spending big on one item: alcohol.
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) on Wednesday kept its massive monetary stimulus intact, as widely expected, reiterating that the world's number three economy is recovering moderately.
Singtel agreed to buy U.S.-based cyber-security firm Trustwave for $810 million, in a deal that will expand its cloud-based services.
Indian firms have spurned $15B in tenders to make weapons since 2013, a blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his drive to wean the country off imported arms.
Japan’s salary-men are saying sayonara to the country’s culture of overwork — with the backing of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The IMF might include the Chinese yuan in its official basket of reserve currencies, but slowing growth in China is likely to limit the impact of the victory.
One of Asia's leading budget carriers will spread its wings to the U.S. this year, but experts are cautious on how profitable the new route will be.
News that Sharp may be moving to spin off its LCD panel-making unit has buoyed appetite for its stock, but analysts remain unsure about the outlook for the troubled consumer electronics giant.
The Bank of Korea (BOK) may cut its growth and inflation forecasts at Thursday's policy meeting, but it's likely to hold the line against calls for more interest rate cuts.
The Bank of Japan has failed to achieve its two percent inflation target, but analysts say policymakers alone are not to blame.
The Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank is positioning itself as an Asia-centric alternative to the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.
Samsung's first quarter operating profit guidance surpassed estimates on Tuesday, and analysts say this could be the "first glimpse of a turnaround."
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) left its benchmark lending rate unchanged on Tuesday but kept the door open for further easing.
The RBA put off a cut in interest rates by another month, keeping borrowing costs steady at a record low of 2.25 percent on Tuesday.
Japanese and Chinese finance officials plan to meet in June to discuss the Beijing-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
Despite hopeful local media reports and a weaker yen, Japanese companies won't be moving their factories back home anytime soon, analysts say.
Chinese steelmakers are helping the biggest miners tighten their grip on iron ore production by paying the depressed spot prices.
Samsung Electronics tipped above-view operating profit for the first quarter on Tuesday, but the figures marked a sharp decline from the year-ago period.
Singapore's mobile landscape long dominated by three telco operators faces the prospect of a fourth competitor as soon as 2016.
Across Asia, governments are trying to boost renewables' share of the energy mix, but often, there's one big obstacle holding projects back: money.
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Mark Tinker, head of Framlington equities Asia at AXA Investment Managers, says Yahoo's share price would have been a lot lower if not for its stake in Alibaba.
Now the market risk is that the Fed does not raise interest rates, says Mike Baele, senior portfolio manager at U.S. Bank's Private Client Reserve.
Mark Tinker, head of Framlington equities Asia at AXA Investment Managers, says Australia needs to transition away from China's demand for commodities.