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Pyongyang has preened itself as the proud owner of a "hydrogen bomb of justice" but historical data shows it's unlikely to spook markets.
Weak growth among major emerging markets will weigh on growth in 2016, with advanced economies solely responsible for a modest expansion.
There are two main reasons why you shouldn't panic about North Korea's alleged H-bomb, says Notre Dame Professor Michael Desch.
The U.S. and its Asia-Pacific allies will likely be drawn closer in the wake of North Korea's most recent nuclear test.
The UN denounced North Korea's claims of a hydrogen bomb test, as world leaders slammed Pyongyang.
The Fed paid it forward to juice the economy and the market. It may be payback time for stocks, says former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher.
The Chinese government should do this in one fell swoop, instead of doing it in spurts, Scott Brown of Raymond James says.
North Korea's hydrogen bomb test claim ignited "another tinderbox in the world besides the Middle East," said former ambassador to the U.N.
Samsung announced on Wednesday that its Gear S2 smartwatch will now be compatible with Apple's iOS devices.
It appears Chinese mobile maker Huawei Technologies isn’t only a favorite in its home market, but overseas as well.
Sony has sold more than 35.9 million units of its PlayStation 4 as it touts its dominance over rivals Microsoft and Nintendo.
Barclays will announce investment banking job cuts across Asia next week, including closures in South Korea and Taiwan, sources said.
North Korea announced on Wednesday that it had successfully tested a “miniaturized” hydrogen bomb, but what exactly is it? CNBC explains.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian purchased shares of a gold miners ETF on Wednesday.
North Korea claims it detonated a hydrogen bomb in a test, a move condemned by the U.S., Britain, Japan and even China.
China will not require prospective parents to obtain approval to have two children, according to a new document.
Beijing has unveiled a string of measures to soothe sentiment following Monday's stock crash, reviving memories of last year's stabilization program.
The Chinese yuan slumped to a five-year low in offshore trading and the gap over its mainland rate widened sharply Wednesday.
The $1.7 billion valuation Malaysia's troubled state investment fund put on a deal to sell property assets may be too high, the Financial Times reported.
Activity in China's services sector — the biggest contributor to GDP — fell to a 17-month low in December, according to a key private survey.
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While the problem of Greek debt repayments hasn't gone away, it is unlikely to bring down the EU, says Marie Owens Thomsen, Indosuez Wealth Management.
Quicker and more responsive 5G networks will bring about greater levels of efficiency and safety, says Magnus Ewerbring, CTO APAC of Ericsson.
Markets in Asia have been choppier and this is a sign of things to come, says Sat Duhra, Henderson Global Investors.