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Profits of China's industrial firms in April rose 4.2% from the same period last year to 502 billion yuan, the statistics bureau said on Friday.
Customers walk into a Timo cafe and hear the espresso machines humming. They can listen to a sales pitch as they sip a free cup of coffee.
Shinzo Abe is considering delaying a sales tax hike, originally planned in April 2017, by around two years, Japanese media reported on Friday.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's claim that a Lehman-esque crisis loomed was nothing more than political maneuvering, analysts told CNBC.
Japan's core consumer prices fell 0.3% in April on-year, keeping the BOJ under pressure to deploy new stimulus to hit its 2% inflation target.
Malaysia's probes into troubled state fund 1MDB didn't examine key evidence or interview Prime Minister Najib, the Wall Street Journal reported.
China's 1.3 billion people are united in their determination never to allow Taiwan to become independent, a top Chinese official said.
Fighting the fakes would mean job losses in places like "Counterfeit Central," undermining China's willingness to fix the problem, experts warn.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz explains why he thinks there could be more Starbucks stores in China than in the U.S. one day.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe warned his Group of Seven counterparts of a crisis on the scale of Lehman Brothers, Nikkei reported.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has imposed more duties on corrosion-resistant steel imports from China and elsewhere.
Mainland investors have often been referred to as "gamblers" or "cash hoarders." Authors of a new study beg to differ.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) is in exclusive talks to buy London's Baltic Exchange, the two companies said on Wednesday.
Increased defaults in China's corporate bond market - generally viewed as a positive - could send investors running for the hills, analysts warned.
While regulators and legislators try reduce the footprint of domestic institutions. American banks continue to lag.
Lithium demand has sent stock prices of Aussie miners into a tizzy, with General Mining Corp and Pilbara Minerals up more than 1,000% over the past year.
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It would be hard for Beijing to threaten Taiwan with missiles without incurring serious damage to its own global reputation.
China's central bank set the dollar/yuan reference rate at 6.5693, against Tuesday's fixing of 6.5468.
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Barnabas Gan, OCBC, says oil markets have priced in a nine-month extension of the OPEC-led output cuts, but deeper cuts could prevail.
Peggy Fucci, OneWorld Properties, says capital controls have not completely stopped Chinese investors from investing in U.S. real estate.
Robert Medd, Bucephalus Research, says Lenovo's PC business might be good but its smartphone business is "rubbish."