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Industrial giant General Electric is committed to weathering China's economic restructuring despite the uncertainty, John Rice says.
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China may be slowing down but Chinese holidaymakers are still shopping, benefiting some unexpected brands.
The Bank of Japan's policy board is set to discuss whether to exempt $90 billion in short-term funds, people familiar with the matter said.
China Vanke said its core profit rose 13.1 percent, slightly below forecasts, helped by a resurgence in China property sales.
Jittery investors searching for ideas on where major U.S. equity benchmarks are heading might want to take a look at the Chinese yuan.
China's yuan appears to have stabilized but Goldman tips the currency to weaken to 7 against the greenback by the end of the year.
Public demand for precious metals is driving the rally in gold as supply falls, said a market participant Monday.
Sri Lanka will strive to tighten its belt to improve its debt rating, the country's finance minister told CNBC.
Central banks will be in focus this week, with monetary policy decisions due from the Bank of Japan and the Federal Reserve.
Chinese coal miners have taken to the streets in a city near the Siberian border to protest against unpaid wages, the FT reports.
Central banks around the globe are pursuing strategies that will put all financial assets into government hands, perma-bear Marc Faber said.
Anbang Insurance Group is leading a consortium behind a $13.2 billion bid for Starwood Hotels — the latest foray into U.S. hospitality.
Home prices in China's tier 1 cities are rocketing, while lower-tier cities are stagnating, leaving policymakers fighting fires on two fronts.
A few gaming developers are hoping to wed China's love affair with American movies with the country's mobile game craze.
A champion Go player scored his first win over a Go-playing computer program on Sunday after losing three straight times.
Thousands of Chinese miners who say they have not been paid for months staged a rare protest in a northeastern city.
A top Malaysian finance ministry official is set to be appointed central bank governor, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing unidentified sources.
How a cheaper iPhone could help Apple’s market share grow in both the United States and abroad.
Myanmar is expected to choose its first democratically elected president since 1962, but the landmark moment has been greeted with caution amid concerns over reforms.
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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.