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Malaysia's economy expanded at a faster than expected pace in the second quarter, data showed on Friday, boosted by strong exports and robust consumption.
China's recent anti-monopoly law enforcement may be less about targeting foreign companies than combating another potential threat: income inequality.
Alibaba Pictures said it had found possible non-compliant accounting and had requested that trading of its Hong Kong-listed shares be suspended.
Chinese metals traders have opened offices in Singapore, aiming to capture opportunities created by the exit of a string of Western banks.
More wealthy Chinese are moving their money out of China to invest in Australia's property market as a corruption crackdown in China gathers momentum.
Buyers' resistance against entering China's real estate market reflects wider fears of a looming housing bust, which many analysts have singled out as the biggest macro risk the economy currently faces.
North Korea fired three short-range rockets off its east coast on Thursday, shortly before Pope Francis arrived in Seoul on his first visit to Asia.
Lenovo is preparing an "aggressive" smartphone push into emerging countries as it looks to extend its influence.
Reports of Singapore's first case of Ebola have been confirmed as false, the Straits Times reported on Thursday.
Indonesia's central bank on Thursday reported a larger than expected second quarter current account deficit, but kept key policy rates steady.
India's WPI eased to a five-month low in July, helped by a moderation in fuel costs, but soaring prices fuel inflationary pressures.
Lenovo said net income jumped 23 percent in the first quarter as it consolidated its position in the PC market while boosting smartphone shipments.
Singapore Telecommunications reported a 17 percent fall in its first-quarter profit, hurt by one-off items and adverse currency movements.
China's sharp credit growth slowdown in July may signal rising default risks in some parts of the economy, analysts said.
Rapidly expanding car-on-demand service Uber told CNBC Hong Kong was proving its fastest growing market so far, outside of the U.S.
More than 70 Chinese smaller cities and counties have dropped gross domestic product as a performance metric for government officials.
Telstra said it would buy back A$1 billion ($930 million) in shares and also hiked its dividend as full-year profits came in above forecasts.
The Bank of Korea has cut interest rates for the first time in 15 months on Thursday, in a decision that was widely expected.
Japan's core machinery orders rose 8.8 percent on month in June government data showed on Thursday.
China's economy showed signs of softening, suggesting more policy support may be needed to keep growth on track as a property downturn worsens.
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Mark Steinert, CEO and MD of Stockland, said 70 percent of the company's H1 profit came from the company's REIT.
Disney's stock is overvalued, and it spent too much on sports rights in a cord-cutting environment, says Richard Greenfield from BTIG.
Negative interest rates are leading to concerns about the strengths of the financial sector, says National Australia Bank's Ray Attrill.