China has struggled to shore up the yuan amid hefty capital outflows. Reserves data over the weekend may offer a glimpse of the challenge's severity.» Read More
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) kept its massive monetary policy stimulus intact on Tuesday, as widely expected, but analysts are still calling for further action in the coming months on the back of a tumble in the consumer inflation rate.
Australia's central bank has left the door wide open for another cut in interest rates but felt a pause this month was prudent.
A surprise rate cut in February triggered market volatility, and Indonesia’s central bank is likely to spare investors another shock this month.
China has placed Liao Yongyuan, a general manager of state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), under investigation for graft.
In the Philippines, inflows from outsourcing contracts and millions of citizens working overseas lift incomes yet also have made the peso appreciate.
Samsung has hinted at further enterprise partnerships with BlackBerry as it looks to strengthen its business appeal.
Amazon and Microsoft are "friends" not rivals of Alibaba in the cloud computing space, a top exec at the Chinese e-commerce giant told CNBC.
Indonesia’s economic positives should have made it an investment magnet, but a slew of obstacles make the country a tough sell for foreigners.
The first reports from Vanuatu on Monday painted a picture of utter destruction after a monster cyclone tore through the Pacific island nation.
The BOJ is set to maintain its massive stimulus program and signal its conviction that a economic recovery will help achieve its price target.
Chinese companies are optimistic on business activity, a new survey showed, even as data indicate a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.
China's trust firms are shifting more cash into frothy capital markets and over-the-counter (OTC) instruments instead of loans.
China has a lot of room to maneuver its policy and boost its economy having avoided using strong, short-term stimulus in recent years, Premier Li said.
In the week ahead, markets may face more volatility with a string of central bank actions on tap.
Hong Kong's demographic challenge may start as early as this year, which could set the stage for protracted low economic growth.
Central banks may be spreading deflation with monetary easing and weakening their currencies, but the biggest threat may be a China devaluation.
Singapore's REITs have long defied predictions they would stumble amid forecasts of rising rates, but analysts say the day of reckoning may soon come.
Lotte Group's Shin Kyuk-ho is making his mark with Seoul's tallest tower, amidst the crumble of public faith in corporate giants over safety fears and mistrust.
Slowing global growth and low commodity prices may force Asia's central banks to cut rates to boost domestic demand and lift inflation, analysts say.
Singapore's Changi Airport retained its title as the World's Best Airport for the third straight year, according to the 2015 World Airport Awards.
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Japan's trading houses' have cut about 12.5 percent of the assets accumulated in the last six and a half years, says Pham Thanh Ha, Japan equity analyst from Jefferies.
Gold has been all about emotions but supply-side factors show that prices are going to fall, says Peter Esho, chief market analyst at Invast.
Ben Sy from JPMorgan Private Bank discusses higher quality corporate bonds, subordinated financial bonds and U.S. high yields (ex-commodities).