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China's battered stock market has taken another tumble this week – a sign perhaps that the country's investors are bracing for a faster-than-anticipated slowdown in the world's second largest economy.
The deflationary spiral in China's producer prices that has plagued factories for 16 consecutive months highlights its weakening growth momentum.
This could be "a make or break week" for the Australian dollar with three major factors - the FOMC minutes, Chinese and Australian economic data - set to determine its fate.
The trappings of wealth have been increasingly visible in Singapore as the number of sports cars roaring down its streets has increased. The Financial Times reports.
The dearth of bank credit available to China's millions of small to mid-sized companies is expected to tighten as authorities seek to rebalance the world's second-biggest economy.
China's air pollution has cut life expectancy by an average of 5.5 years and caused higher rates of lung cancer, heart attacks and strokes. The Financial Times reports.
Markets are not fully factoring in what weakness in China's economy means for the rest of the globe, analysts say.
Despite signs of a slowdown in China's economy, General Motors posted record first-half sales there. The company's sales in China now exceed the total number of vehicles it sells in the U.S.
Analysts flagged China’s slowdown as a key risk to second quarter earnings season in Europe, as markets await numbers from U.S. bellweather Alcoa.
The Indian rupee has been plunging for more than a month, spreading fear of a crisis. The key issue now is whether Indian equities will see major outflows as well, analysts say.
South Korean tech giant Samsung holds on to the title of Asia's top brand out of 1,000 competitors for a second year in a row, beating key rivals such as Apple.
June inflation and trade numbers data out on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively, are expected to confirm China's sluggish momentum.
A man dubbed the "Godfather of Heroin" and slapped with sanctions for allegedly helping prop up Myanmar's brutal former military junta through illegal business dealings died.
Emerging market equities have taken quite a beating in the last few months, but Citi says investors are too bearish on the asset class and they're predicting a big turnaround.
A coroner's inquiry in the city-state concluded on Monday that American engineer Shane Todd had committed suicide, a verdict at odds with his family's belief that he was murdered.
Slowing demand, higher interest rates and tight restrictions present a perfect storm for one of Asia's hottest property markets.
Chinese authorities are investigating a possible price-fixing for infant formula milk, as consumers pay premiums for imported products on fears that local ones may be contaminated.
It’s the turn of Asia’s central banks to take center stage this week after central banks in Europe hogged the market spotlight last week.
Japanese bank lending marked its biggest annual increase in June, suggesting the BOJ's monetary stimulus and economic prospects are spurring fund demand for fresh investment.
Japan's Softbank received the final approval it needed from U.S. regulators for its $21.6 billion bid to take control of No. 3 US wireless provider Sprint Nextel.
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China's stock market will likely deteriorate in tandem with the shaky investor sentiment over the next few sessions, says Ronald Wan, chief executive of investment banking at Partners Capital International.