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The recent rally in Asia's equities had a solid footing, but it's time to check the optimism, HSBC said in a note Monday.
The trail of breadcrumbs from a troubled 1MDB took another twist Tuesday when Swiss authorities said some of the money ended up in the movie business.
Taiwanese electronics firm HTC has launched its latest flagship smartphone, the HTC 10, as it looks to revive its struggling device sales amid intense competition.
Japan's Finance Minister Taro Aso said he could take action based on a G20 agreement that excessive volatility and disorderly moves hurt stability.
Alibaba has agreed to buy a controlling stake in Southeast Asian online retailer Lazada to tap into the region's lucrative consumer market.
A public rift between members of Singapore's storied Lee family has ruptured the city-state's reputation for orderly and stable politics.
Abu Dhabi's wealth fund said a subsidiary never received $3.5 billion that troubled 1MDB sent to a British Virgin Islands firm with a similar name.
According to one strategist, the Japanese yen’s strength may present a signal that "the smart money's getting out of equities early."
WiseTech Global on Monday jumped on its debut on the Australian Securities Exchange, sending its market value cracking past the 1 billion dollar mark.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said the central bank will closely watch how unstable global market moves could affect the country's economy.
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John Kerry paid his respects at Japan's Hiroshima, raising speculation Barack Obama might make a controversial visit in May.
Significant overcapacity will remain in China's steel sector even after restructuring, industry executives said. The FT reports.
Japan's top government spokesman said the Group of 20's agreement to avoid competitive currency devaluation does not mean Japan cannot intervene.
China's Q1 growth report is center-stage, as markets look for signs the country is comfortably shifting away from a manufacturing focus.
Chinese consumer prices came in a little under forecast on-year in March, while producer prices were slightly better than expected.
China's economic re-balancing will shave a few percentage points off its neighbors' growth outlook in the coming years, the World Bank announced on Wednesday.
IMF experts note that wholesale interest rates have declined and credit growth in the euro zone has picked up since the ECB adopted negative rates.
The new intercontinental ballistic rocket engine could give the country the power to target the U.S. with nuclear strikes, NBC News reports.
The fire started when a spark from a fireworks show ignited a separate batch of fireworks that were being stored at a temple complex in South India.
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Hary Tanoesoedibjo of MNC Group outlines his political interests and warns that comparisons with U.S. President Donald Trump are "just a coincidence."
Isaac Ho, VentureCraft, chose Hong Kong as the base for his VC has due to the city's proximity to China.
There's a perception that oil markets are flooded due to non-OPEC output but fundamentals show demand will remain strong, says Richard Gorry, JBC Energy Asia.