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Japan's core machinery orders rose 8.3 percent in June from the previous month, in a sign that capital expenditure was starting to recover.
It's time to take a fair weather overweight on China's shares after the selloff earlier this year, say's Deutsche Asset Management's CIO Sean Taylor.
Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan will preside over his final policy meeting Tuesday. How did he perform?
In its last meeting under the helm of Governor Rajan, the Reserve Bank of India left monetary policy steady on Tuesday, as widely expected.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is partnering with international technology firms such as SAP to help them enter the Chinese market.
One of the U.K.’s most avidly pursued trading relationships may be threatened by the surprise delay of a planned $23 billion nuclear deal.
If PM Abe caters to public demand and revises the law to allow for an emperor to abdicate, it may cause harm to his leadership.
With the latest Galaxy Note 7 "phablet" device, Samsung may have found the right formula to steal customers from the iPhone maker.
Across the country, hardline Hindu groups have made headlines after insulting and beating men they accuse of involvement in cow slaughter.
It's been a tough year for Asean as tensions over China's incursions into the South China Sea have challenged its long-running practices.
Shanxi has moved to ease rising pressure on its largest coal miners by extending the maturity on up to $60 billion in loans, the FT reports.
Producer prices in China fell at their softest pace in two years in July, offering some comfort to the country's manufacturers.
As Singapore rings in its 51st birthday on Tuesday, one of the island's most well-known sights is also celebrating a key anniversary.
China and the U.K. have a long history of international relations. But the relationship has not always run smoothly.
The BOE could cut rates further and boost bond purchases if the economic downturn deepens, MPC member Ian McCafferty says.
Thailand's endorsement of army rule reflects a global backlash against politicians, one of the country's last non-military prime ministers told CNBC.
Amazon Japan has been raided on suspicion of pressuring retailers to offer products on more favorable conditions than on rival sites.
"Pokemon Go" has raked in $200 million in net revenue globally on the App Store and Google Play in its first month, beating other top games.
In July, exports fell 4.4 percent on-year, while imports fell 12.5 percent in U.S. dollar terms, according to Reuters data.
France is at the crux of a European Union-wide battle for business and finance from China.
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Shell, Accenture and others predicts what a home may look like in 2050.
Given its current volume of unit sales, the stake Zhejiang Geely will buy in Proton could well be a lifeline, Macquarie Capital Securities.
Vladimir Yakunin, Bridgens, says if all statements are to be believed, Russia seems to be "involved everywhere, in everything."