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Goldman Sachs has increased the probability that MSCI will include mainland Chinese shares in its indexes to 70 percent.
Bitcoin is trading at its highest price in almost two years, driven by several factors, according to experts in the cryptocurrency.
Always fancied a private bolthole for vacations away from the city bustle? One Singaporean businessman did, and now he owns Waterhouse Island.
Educationalists rightly beat a path to Singapore to discover its secrets, but they shouldn't forget that excellence in exams isn't enough.
The popularity of mobile apps may be waning overseas but they remain relevant in India, the CEO of an Indian messaging app provider told CNBC on Tuesday.
India typically requires single-brand retailers to source at least 30 percent of their raw material needs from local suppliers.
Hong Kong has reclaimed the title of the world's most competitive economy, according to a new survey, the South China Morning Post reports.
China's authorities rolled back on their new sales tax program in an attempt to avoid a pile of problems in the e-commerce space.
A North Korean missile launch attempt early on Tuesday morning appears to have failed, a South Korean military official told Reuters.
Japan's economic data improved in April, but analysts don't think that will deter Prime Minister Abe's apparent drive to delay a planned tax hike.
The drought wreaking havoc in Southeast Asia looks set to fall off the agenda at a key meeting of the region's political and financial leaders this week.
Japan put its military on alert for a possible North Korean ballistic missile firing; South Korea said it had detected evidence of preparations.
Around AUD $16 million worth of confiscated bitcoins will be auctioned in Sydney next month, as demand for the digital currency surged.
Families that do business together may not necessarily stay together, as these high-profile fights demonstrate.
2016 was billed as the year emerging markets (EM) would make a comeback, but some analysts say the years of stunning growth in developing economies are over.
The specter of bankruptcy is hanging over a major part of South Korea's economy, further threatening the country's stagnant growth.
Data releases from China, Australia and Japan this week will provide a snapshot of economic health in Asia Pacific.
Singapore's prosecutors have declared the investigation the largest money-laundering probe the country has undertaken, the WSJ reports.
Should a developed nation such as Japan, the third-largest economy in the world, be doing more when it comes to learning English?
"It's natural and understandable that the Prime Minister will be off from any activities when [he] is actually operated on by the doctors."
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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.