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Despite the stock market turmoil, China's newly wealthy are not only expanding but climbing further into the upper middle class.
Nouriel Roubini, the economist known as "Dr. Doom," slapped a distinctive diagnosis on global markets on the turbulent trading day of Wednesday.
Chinese policymakers suffer from a "communication issue," causing market panic as investors guess their next move, according to panellists at Davos.
The Chinese economy still has "plenty of room for growth," GE's vice chairman tells CNBC.
Xi Jinping's Middle Eastern tour, the first by a mainland leader in seven years, may reveal a shift from Beijing's trade-oriented foreign policy.
Barclays will cut about 230 jobs and exit cash equities in Asia, as part of a broader retrenchment, the FT reports.
China's central bank will inject a net 315 billion yuan into the market this week, up from 40 billion yuan last week.
A power tussle between leaders is overshadowing a meeting of Vietnam's Communist Party, a rare occurrence for a party accustomed to orderly politics.
The decline in the MSCI All-Country World index from its high last year reached 20 percent Wednesday as stock markets in the U.S., Japan and China all fell.
Traders worried by the global slump in stocks received some reassuring words from the head of India's central bank.
A push for greener technologies in China following the country's pledge to reduce carbon emissions has become an opportunity.
Net outflows from emerging markets weren't just bigger than expected in 2015, there's more pain to come, the Institute of International Finance said.
All eyes have turned to China as the cause for the rout seen in global stocks, but some investors are digging a little deeper for the cause of the volatility.
Cross-straits tensions between China and Taiwan are developing into an international drama, starring a 16-year-old Korean pop singer.
One of Hong Kong's staunchest pro-Beijing lawmakers said a missing bookseller's tearful confession to a hit-and-run will not assuage public concerns.
The economy of tiny Singapore is taking a big hit from China's slowdown just as the city-state is struggling with a homegrown demographic squeeze.
BHP said it was focused on maintaining its credit rating, as it warned that there was no imminent recovery in iron ore prices.
Some economists sought out believable data points in Chinese reports, but others relied on external metrics for their GDP assessments.
Despite cutting global growth forecasts, IMF economist Maurice Obstfeld says the Chinese economy won't be any worse off than previously predicted.
Concerns about the stalling Chinese economy won't cause a U.S. recession, says Roger Altman, founder of investment banking advisory firm Evercore Partners.
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Hary Tanoesoedibjo of MNC Group outlines his political interests and warns that comparisons with U.S. President Donald Trump are "just a coincidence."
Isaac Ho, VentureCraft, chose Hong Kong as the base for his VC has due to the city's proximity to China.
There's a perception that oil markets are flooded due to non-OPEC output but fundamentals show demand will remain strong, says Richard Gorry, JBC Energy Asia.