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An influential Chinese dealmaker believes that China still punches below its weight as an investor overseas.
European banks are more akin to their Japanese counterparts and less like Wall Street, warns JPMorgan
Strategists at Societe Generale have issued a new report detailing their forecasts for the global economy and their so-called lits of "black swan" events.
Australia's central bank kept its cash rate steady at 1.5 percent on Tuesday, a widely expected outcome.
The election of the pro-independence candidates and "localists", was unprecedented in a Hong Kong political system.
The funding, however, is seen as falling far short of what the world's seventh-largest container carrier needs after filing for court receivership.
Parents have offered as much as $25,000 just to secure their child a place in classes with one sought-after tutor.
It's a conundrum: The BOJ is expected to ease policy further, but the country's longer-end bond yields have climbed to six-month highs.
Hanjin Shipping plans to take legal action in jurisdictions worldwide to prevent its vessels being seized.
Chinese internet search giant Baidu is eyeing Europe as a potential playground despite the uncertainty posed by Brexit and Apple’s tax troubles.
Vladimir Putin continued a series of meetings with high-profile leaders and signaling a rapprochement between Russia and the West.
Japan needs to stick to a consistent policy and its central bank must be more effective in communicating its policy, the IMF said in a working paper.
Can the Chinese government re-invent the G-20 and make it relevant, when its members are pulling in different directions?
Rodrigo Duterte used a Filipino phrase to describe what he'd say to Obama if the U.S President raised human rights issues in their talk.
A tweet posted on the US Defense Intelligence Agency's Twitter account is prolonging tension between China and the United States.
Little stands in the way of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte, even as the number of people killed since he came to power reaches 2,400.
BOJ Governor Kuroda said there is room to expand monetary stimulus, such as by deepening negative interest rates and accelerating asset purchases.
China hopes Australia can provide a fair environment for foreign investors, President Xi Jinping said, as he met Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull.
A record 2.2 million voters turned out for Hong Kong's hotly contested legislative council elections amid rising concerns about China's influence.
Singapore has added 91 new Zika cases since Friday, with a possible new cluster in the city-state's east, according to government agencies.
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Regulation will eventually come to the cryptocurrency space, even though they're unlikely to be comprehensive, says Jake Brukhman, CoinFund.
Peter Dragicevich, Nomura, says the Bank of England will raise interest rates in August as a way of removing some of the stimulus it enacted post-Brexit.
Oil production is loss-making when prices drop below $40 a barrel, says Mathew Kaleel of Janus Henderson.