The Reserve Bank of Australia left its cash rate unchanged at 2 percent Tuesday as it judged that the prospects for the economy had improved recently.» Read More
Fosun International has bought a 5 percent stake in British travel group Thomas Cook.
China's real estate sector still stands to see sustainable growth, according to the billionaire behind Dalian Wanda Group.
Amazon opened a store on Alibaba's business-to-consumer platform Tmall Thursday in a move that analysts say will boost awareness of its brand in China.
While India looks on track for an economic revival, the economy is not fully in the clear yet, say experts.
Having agreed to adopt inflation targeting as a guide for monetary policy, India's government and the RBI remain at odds over how decisions are made.
One year after the disappearance of flight MH370, doubts remain if Malaysia Airlines can recover from the damage brought on by the tragic incident.
News this week that Singapore is ranked as the world's most expensive city come as little comfort to its working population.
The "rogue pilot theory," as investigators call it, has emerged as the most plausible explanation among several for the crash of MH370. The New York Times reports.
The Thai baht has surprised by becoming a top-performing currency over the past year despite political turmoil, but that may change, analysts say.
The combination of two Japanese utilities to form the world's biggest liquefied natural gas importer will give Asian buyers greater buying power.
Australia has proposed a prisoner swap to her Indonesia in an 11th hour effort to save the lives of two Australian drug smugglers.
Sri Lanka will take legal action against a Chinese firm for not halting work on a $1.5-billion luxury real estate project, a government minister said.
Toyota Motor on Wednesday promoted more foreigners to senior posts, including the first woman and first African-American to hold executive titles.
Jakarta property prices have more than doubled since 2009, but with a new infrastructure push, the boom might only be getting started, analysts said.
China has set its gross domestic product (GDP) growth target at "around 7 percent" for 2015 - the lowest in 11 years - focusing on quality over quantity as it overhauls its growth model.
BOJ's reflationary credentials will be burnished by new board member Yutaka Harada, but his views suggests he is unlikely to back further QE.
The Chinese military budget for 2015 will be about 10 percent bigger, meaning that such spending is growing faster than the growth rate. The New York Times reports.
As Hong Kong mulls restricting the number of inbound Chinese travelers, Taiwan is stepping up efforts to court rich holidaymakers from the mainland.
A cheaper yen is driving savvy Chinese shoppers to Japan to buy an unexpected item: Electronic toilet seats that heat up, wash, dry and disinfect.
Tangle Teezer, a London-based maker of hair brushes reportedly used by Kate Middleton, is among the top selling British brands on Alibaba's Tmall.
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Raymond Jook, MD at Avant Capital Management, says the yuan's SDR inclusion will only happen next October, leaving room for further devaluation.
Indian inflation is on the rise, so the Reserve Bank of India cannot afford to cut rates further, says Radhika Rao, economist at DBS.
Japan's minimum hourly wage is not sufficient to drive consumer spending, says Kenichi Shohtoku, managing partner at SCS Global Holdings.