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Despite protests for democratic elections in Hong Kong, Beijing is unwilling to compromise. NBC News reports.
Thousands of protesters campaigned for full democracy in Hong Kong over the weekend, raising the question: Could unrest spread to mainland China.
Hong Kong's worst protests in decades have decked the territory's stocks and currency, and some expect longer-term economic repercussions.
Thirty-one people were presumed dead on Sunday near the peak of a Japanese volcano that erupted a day earlier.
Standard & Poor's revised its outlook on India's 'BBB-' sovereign credit rating, leading investors to question whether a ratings upgrade near.
Here's a look at the most compelling images from protests in Hong Kong.
Riot police advanced on tens of thousands of protesters in Hong Kong's Admiralty district on Sunday, and the stand-off continued Monday morning.
Instagram, the popular photo-sharing service owned by Facebook, has been blocked in China, according to numerous reports. NBC News reports.
With a fast-growing working population and falling dependency ratio, Cambodia has the demographics most favorable to rapid economic growth.
Populist Indian PM Narendra Modi delivered a triumphal address to tens of thousands of Indian-Americans and U.S. dignitaries in New York on Sunday.
Falling crude oil prices may have tempered inflation risks in India, but don't expect the country's central bank to ease monetary policy anytime soon.
As the third-quarter comes to an end, key economic data will offer investors a look into how Asia's largest economies fared during the past month.
Hong Kong democracy protesters defied volleys of tear gas and police baton-charges to stand firm in the center of the global financial hub on Monday.
Japan's SoftBank is in talks to acquire DreamWorks Animation, the Hollywood studio behind the "Shrek" and "Madagascar" movie hits, a source said.
The Indian prime minister is being welcomed by corporate executives, Indian Americans and, most importantly, Barack Obama.
China's industrial profits fell in August from a year earlier, the latest in a series of weak data from the world's second-largest economy.
Seniority and lifelong employment are synonymous with Japan's employment system, but Hitachi could change that.
India's move to cancel allocations of coal reserves promises plenty of turmoil, but it may be more business friendly than it first appears.
Indian PM Modi launched his 'Make in India' campaign with great fanfare on Thursday, but more must be done before it takes off, analysts say.
Japan's legions of retail foreign-exchange traders, popularly known as Mrs Watanabe, are turning into sellers of yen.
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Olivier D'assier, APAC Managing Director at AXIOMA, outlines the factors which sparked the meltdown in global financial markets.
While the long-term prospect for oil looks promising, the near-term outlook remains cloudy due to factors such as a looming Fed rate hike, says David Lennox, resources analyst at Fat Prophets.
Jonathan Fenby, director of China Research at Trusted Sources, says the parade of military firepower in China on Thursday is "mainly for domestic consumption."