There's still a lot going for Chinese stocks, it's just a case of biding time until battered equities find a floor, analysts tell CNBC.» Read More
Japanese companies remain unwilling to use QE cash for new investment, a major hurdle to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's economic revival plan.
Indonesia's local-content rules are raising concerns about higher manufacturing costs and questions over the smartphone industry.
Vietnam's economy seems to have it all – good demographics, rising incomes and growing consumption – but that's not enough to boost its stock market.
This week's framework nuclear deal with Iran was also good for boosting relations between China and the United States, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said.
Chinese authorities have charged ex-domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang with bribery, abuse of power and disclosure of state secrets, Xinhua said.
Tech giant Samsung Electronics likely saw January-March earnings slip for the sixth straight quarter, but investors are betting on a rebound.
Fast-growing but small stockbrokers in China may soon get caught up in a M&A spree triggered by Beijing's drive to modernize the financial industry.
Australia's economy is struggling as it grapples with the imminent end to its commodities boom, but one industry is flourishing thanks to China: tourism.
The Indian fast food market is expected to reach $16 billion in 2018, making it the new mega-market option for international players.
Here's everything you need to know about why Google and China's internet authority are locked in a war of words over the internet.
Singapore's property prices may have largely defied doomsday predictions, but investors appear reluctant to step back into the market anytime soon.
Household debt across Asia is raising red flags, but the official data may not capture the full picture for families around the region.
The Japanese yen and Australian dollar are likely to buckle when the Federal Reserve raises interest rates, analysts say.
China's newly announced deposit insurance scheme could spur competition among the country's smallest lenders.
As India launches an $18B plan to spread the information revolution to its provinces, it faces power cuts, badly planned, congestion and monkeys.
Thailand's ruling junta said it had lifted martial law imposed 10 months ago, but it invoked a clause meaning the military retains broad powers.
When Abe addresses Japan's wartime past at the WW2 anniversary, Washington's reaction will likely be on his mind more than that of Asian nations.
Samsung and LG have agreed to drop all their legal disputes, bringing peace to a bitter feud that included a spat over broken washing machines.
Japan's Sony Corp halved its stake in camera and endoscope maker Olympus Corp to raise funds for a restructuring drive.
The Japanese are hoarding over $300 billion under their mattresses that will likely stay there, barring a crisis of epic proportions.
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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.