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High debt levels in China are a risk but an imminent global financial crisis-type implosion is unlikely, a Moody’s executive said Tuesday.
Global bond markets have rallied recently but a rise in interest rates could trip many participants, a senior investor warns.
China moved to clamp down on excessive speculation in commodities on Monday after weeks of frenzied trading, the Financial Times reports.
At the Beijing Auto Show, industry stalwarts are racing against local rivals to indulge China's thirst for sports utility vehicles.
1MDB said it has not made a $50.3 million interest payment on its bonds due 2022 following a stand-off with Abu Dhabi sovereign fund IPIC.
John Ridsdel was captured by Islamist militants along with three other people in September while on vacation on a Philippine island.
State-controlled DCNS has won a $40B contract to build Australia's new fleet of submarines, beating out bids from Germany and Japan.
After the end of a long-running civil war and the start of a new government, Sri Lanka's market offers both opportunities and pitfalls for investors.
Apple may be eventually shut out of China, says a leading geopolitical specialist, a position countered by a top Wall Street analyst.
Hundreds of millions of dollars are being spent by Chinese companies to create the next Tesla, and it's easy to see why.
So far, 2016 has not been a stellar one for big-name initial public offerings (IPOs), but an E&Y report says the M&A outlook remains positive
I'm concentrating on monetizing Chinese internet portal Sina and microblog Weibo, not selling them, Sina boss Charles Chao tells CNBC.
Apple is losing momentum in China by failing to innovate, entrepreneur Jia Yueting told CNBC in his first international television interview.
While Uncle Sam was dozing on its unique superpower laurels, Japan was busy producing what America wanted to buy.
The Seychelles is helping an international investigation into 1Malaysia Development Berhad, the state's Financial Intelligence Unit said.
Mitsubishi is unlikely to issue an earnings forecast when it announces results this week, a person close to the company told Reuters.
North Korea is ready to halt its nuclear tests if the U.S. suspends its exercises with South Korea, the foreign minister told AP.
Japan looks increasingly likely to fire both fiscal and monetary barrels in the coming weeks, with direct currency intervention off the table.
Aussies have some of the world's highest debt levels, and property prices are finally cooling. But those fearing a credit crisis needn't worry, HSBC warns.
The abrupt exit of Malaysia Airlines' German boss has revived debate in Malaysia over the wisdom of picking a foreigner to run its ailing carrier.
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CNBC attended the opening of Apple's first Southeast Asia retail location, as the company nears 500 stores worldwide.
Peter Boardman, NWQ Investment Management Company, says there could be a greater supply of Sharp shares than demand should the company relist on the TSE1.
Expedia's GM for Southeast Asia and India, Simon Fiquet, says many European and Asian destinations are on travelers' radar despite global security risks.