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China's stocks have tumbled since the start of 2016 but they still aren't looking attractive, according to Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management.
Fears that companies may be unable to justify their high valuations have led some veterans to question whether there is a bubble.
There are new job cuts ahead in the oil and gas sector, after major cost reductions have been squeezed out of capex and suppliers, a survey revealed.
Facebook has been trying to convince Indian regulators to lift a ban on its Free Basics program but the firm isn't having much success.
Alibaba is expected to post its weakest quarterly revenue growth on record when it releases results Thursday, Thomson Reuters data show.
South Korea's economic growth more than halved as a decline in construction investment hobbled the ongoing recovery, estimates showed on Tuesday.
Sushi in Moscow, for example, is served with mayonnaise while in Paris plates are slammed down.
China is deepening engagements with Iran after western sanctions against the country were lifted but the closer ties risk infuriating Saudi.
Capital controls could help China control the outflows of hot money from its economy and stabilize its currency, Japan's central bank governor said.
Australia's shares are set to enter a bear market, but investors will likely emerge with a profit if they hang on for a year, Credit Suisse said.
China's enormous, complex economic transition will keep emerging markets under pressure for the next five years, Goldman Sachs has warned.
Southeast Asian art has been enjoying greater recognition in recent years but is it a worthwhile investment? The answer depends on who you ask.
Hong Kong's stocks and its tightly controlled dollar have taken an outsized tumble this week, spurring speculation the currency peg may snap.
The head of Spanish banking giant BBVA said the lender was "calm" about emerging market economies amid a sell-off in assets.
Saudi Aramco is in advanced talks to invest in refineries in China, the chairman of the state oil company said.
Allegations of China abducting Hong Kong booksellers have gained momentum in recent days, with one expert saying it may not be an isolated incident.
Foxconn, best known as a top iPhone assembler, has proposed a takeover bid for Japanese electronics maker Sharp, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Starbucks is growing U.S. sales faster than competitors because it is cashing in beyond its peak breakfast hours, CEO Howard Schultz said.
Global economy is on the brink of a recession, with central bank stimulus less forthcoming and growth weakened by China, Citigroup warns.
Despite the stock market turmoil, China's newly wealthy are not only expanding but climbing further into the upper middle class.
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Tim Condon, ING Financial Markets, says it's been a difficult year for the Chinese financial system.
Alex Capri, NUS Business School, says the Trump administration's foreign policy as seen from the president's first foreign trip was incoherent.
Ross Feingold, Republicans Abroad, weighs in on negotiations between the U.S. and Europe over trade.