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China’s “shadow banking” system is masking the rise in indebtedness in China, Moody’s Investors Service said in a report Wednesday.
The Philippines pushed hard for The Hague's ruling to be included a joint ASEAN statement, Manila's foreign minister said.
The provider of technology for the iPhone will not be providing full-year revenue guidance in light of Softbank deal.
Abe said the stimulus package would be announced next week and include 13 trillion yen of "fiscal measures," Jiji news agency reported.
North Korea's foreign minister said the United States had destroyed the possibility of a nuclear-free Korean peninsula, Yonhap reported
Bank of Korea's chief said that the country's monetary policy rate cannot be slashed to zero percent anytime soon because of corporate restructuring.
Singapore's policymakers have long battled the country's low birth rate, but will little success so far.
The market will again pause and consolidate around this level for several weeks before continuing the uptrend breakout, says Daryl Guppy.
Nintendo's share price might have tanked on Monday, but the "Pokemon Go" fever suggests a bright future for the Japanese gaming giant.
Chinese tech giant Huawei said consumers increasingly snapped up high-end phones in Europe and Central Asia.
Goldman Sachs is being sued by a shareholder of one of its former clients over alleged fraudulent misrepresentations that involve links to the prime minister of Malaysia.
LeEco plans to acquire TV-maker Vizio — a move that will give it "great influence" in the global TV industry, its CEO said.
As Xiaomi, one of China's biggest smartphone makers, struggles with slumping sales, a new product launch on Wednesday may not be the required panacea.
Japan will fail to meet its goal of achieving in fiscal 2020 nominal gross domestic product of 600 trillion yen if growth remains sluggish.
A potential President Donald Trump would be almost as painful for Asia as for his usual whipping boy, Mexico, Nomura has warned.
Indonesia property prices may appear set to surge amid expectations of a wave of repatriated funds, but investors should temper their expectations.
A planned high-speed rail connecting Singapore and Kuala Lumpur is a feather in the cap for ASEAN but profitability could be a major issue.
South Korea's economy grew 0.7 percent in April-June over the previous quarter, as domestic consumption and capex improved.
China and Japan may have a frosty political relationship since after WWII, but are thick as thieves when it comes to trade and investment.
Chinese soccer fans were left furious Monday after a long-awaited Manchester derby was abruptly canceled just hours before kickoff.
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Alan Bannister, S&P Global Platts, says a "super bull run" in the energy markets could be possible given current depletion rates and reduction in capex.
The duration of the OPEC-led output cuts are expected to be extended, but deeper cuts are unlikely, says Alan Bannister, S&P Global Platts.