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A spike in tensions will hang over HK's usual July 1 commemoration of the handover from the U.K. to China.
Japan's public pension fund, the world's largest, logged more than $50 billion in investment losses last fiscal year, a source said.
Start-up EsPert has created a thumb-sized circuit board, allowing amateur hobbyists to build their own IoT gadgets at an affordable price.
Soggy economic data and a sharp rise in the yen may force the Bank of Japan to provide more stimulus next month, analysts say.
Some investors are flocking to Asian fixed income, lured by juicy returns even as much of the global bond market sees negative yields.
Manufacturing momentum in the world's number two economy skidded to a four-month low in June, according to twin surveys released on Friday.
In the next decade, the amount of globe-trotting done by Russian tourists will more than double, although it will still be Chinese tourists that spend the most.
Richard Javad Heydarian from De La Salle University discusses the Phillipines' outlook with CNBC's Martin Soong.
The central bank will aim to ensure a gradual decline to prevent the sort of capital outflows that shook the economy earlier this year.
The Hague will soon issue a judgement on China's disputes with the Philippines over the South China Sea. China says it will have none of it.
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) is the central bank most likely to adopt "helicopter money" policy but not in its traditional sense, an economist told CNBC.
UOB became the first bank in Singapore to suspend its loans program for London properties in the wake of uncertainties caused by Brexit.
Malaysian anti-corruption authorities said they had arrested on Wednesday a senior national opposition leader who has been under investigation.
Japan's industrial output fell 2.3 percent in May, government data showed on Thursday, a sign companies could be worried about weaker export demand.
Whether such an accord exists is not only hard to establish, it is also irrelevant, says JPMorgan's Jehangir Aziz.
Sony has revised up its earnings forecast for it gaming and virtual reality (VR) divisions in its latest corporate strategy meeting.
Toyota Motor is conducting a recall of 482,000 vehicles due to a safety issue.
Declining coal consumption will help clear China's smog, but coordination on alternative power is needed, WEF Tianjin hears.
Apple could see its market share in Japan fall by around 20 percent over time with "trouble brewing" in its highest margin country, UBS said.
Almost all foreign companies in China get a sweet return on their investment, Premier Li Keqiang tells CEOs at WEF.
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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.