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Sony has unveiled a flagship smartphone, marking a commitment to its mobile unit despite scaling back operations in the struggling business.
The People's Bank of China is "desperate" to control Shanghai's stock rally, experts said, following the central bank's reserve requirement ratio cut.
China's president, Xi Jinping, travels to Pakistan on Monday laden with tens of billions of dollars in infrastructure and energy assistance.
Air Asia has likely “lost” the bid to take over bankrupt Japanese low-cost carrier Skymark Airlines, CEO Tony Fernandes told CNBC.
Asian markets will digest the reserve requirement ratio cut from China's central bank, while Greece remains in the spotlight.
President Xi Jinping's crackdown on vice and corruption in China has now turned to a less obvious target: golf. The NYT reports.
Indian banks, hoping to offset a slow recovery in corporate lending, are pushing into credit cards and personal loans.
Wonder what the next generation of urban housing will look like? Think ultra-connected, convenient and sustainable.
India's plan to build 100 smart cities has drawn international support, but urban policy experts are pessimistic about the project's plausibility.
China's central bank cut the reserve requirement ratio for all banks by 100 basis points on Sunday, the second reduction in two months.
Chinese efforts to encourage homebuyers appear to be gaining traction, with the nationwide drop in property prices slowing in March. The FT reports.
Hundreds of Australian police on Saturday arrested five teens planning an Islamic State-inspired terrorist attack next week.
The reairing of TVB’s “The Greed of Man” could see a resurgence of the “Ting Hai effect” that causes a pullback in Hong Kong's Hang Seng index.
The Asian Investment Infrastructure Bank holds no real significance for the global financial system, according to some economists.
India's bid to woo foreign investors was very much in focus this week at the world’s biggest industrial technology fair, Hannover Messe, in Germany.
South Korean companies feel the pain from the wave of low-cost competition out of China, said Finance Minister Choi Kyung-hwan.
Hong Kong has a dilemma: retailers depend on mainland Chinese shoppers, but local resentment has prompted Beijing to tighten the flow of visitors.
Indonesia is on track to become Asia's next trillion dollar economy in two years, joining the ranks of China, Japan, India, Australia and South Korea.
A tycoon's suicide, the looming resignation of a prime minister: This may sound like a Hollywood film, but it's the latest headache for South Korea.
China has suspended a policy that would have effectively pushed foreign technology companies out of the country's banking sector. The NYT reports.
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Japan's trading houses' have cut about 12.5 percent of the assets accumulated in the last six and a half years, says Pham Thanh Ha, Japan equity analyst from Jefferies.
Gold has been all about emotions but supply-side factors show that prices are going to fall, says Peter Esho, chief market analyst at Invast.
Ben Sy from JPMorgan Private Bank discusses higher quality corporate bonds, subordinated financial bonds and U.S. high yields (ex-commodities).