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Indonesia could follow last week's interest rate cut with additional monetary stimulus, the deputy governor of the central bank said Tuesday.
Switzerland, Singapore and Luxembourg occupy the top three spots in Adecco's latest annual benchmarking of countries' ability to compete for talent.
Good news for party-goers, North Korean scientists claim to have made a liquor that won’t cause hangovers.
China's central bank said it will inject about $91.22 billion to help ease a liquidity squeeze expected before the Lunar New Year in early February.
Major companies not doing their part to ensure child labor is not being used in the production of their products, said Amnesty International.
Regulators have asked banks in coastal cities to strictly abide by regulations on cross-border outflows from their yuan-denominated capital pools.
China's economy isn't growing anywhere near as fast as official figures suggest, perma-bear Marc Faber tells CNBC.
China may have just recorded the country’s slowest growth in 25 years but one analyst says a return to rapid expansion is due.
As Asia braces for a turbulent year driven by China's slowdown and a commodities slump, Malaysia has an extra headache.
This week's China data are part of the bigger picture over why global investors are suddenly being so nervy.
As HSBC prepares to decide which country to call home, a growing number of its investors want the bank to answer : what does it really want to be?
Afif was an inmate in a high-security Indonesian jail when he transformed from aspiring radical Islamist to soldier for Islamic State.
The long, steady decline of the Australian dollar – and the Australian economy – continues.
Pakistan will restore YouTube access in the country, after Google created a specific version of its video platform, the Financial Times reports.
China's economic growth slowed to a 25-year low of 6.9 percent in 2015, as the world's second-largest economy shifts away from manufacturing.
Rio Tinto reported an 11 percent rise in annual iron ore shipments, roughly in line with its full-year guidance of 340 million tons.
Failed attempts to stabilize markets could result in a drastic overhaul of the way China governs financial and economic affairs.
The Australian Open kicks off amid allegations of match fixing that involve some of tennis' top players, according to the BBC and BuzzFeed News.
Investors trying to cope with one of the worst starts to a year on record are beginning to weigh up the possibility of global recession.
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Jahangir Aziz of JPMorgan says emerging markets won't "freak out" over a March rate hike, but plenty of volatility will be likely.
James Allen, chairman of Hard Rock International, says the company is looking into a partnership to enter the gaming market.
Eric Robertsen of Standard Chartered Bank weighs in on Fed policy plans and the impact of fiscal stimulus on a strong U.S. economy.