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Nissan Motor Co posted on Thursday a weaker-than-expected operating profit for the third quarter.
Ant Financial is raising the money in dollars to fund the purchase of MoneyGram and other international companies, a source told CNBC.
Economists may fret over how demonetization would hit India’s growth, but the subcontinent’s central bank is focused on its old foe, inflation.
The Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department has been accused of a cover-up concerning its air traffic management system, the SCMP reports.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has adopted a neutral monetary policy bias, Governor Graeme Wheeler said.
Chinese officials might be trying to drain liquidity from their economy but the central bank remains fearful of raising interest rates.
A sinkhole opened up less than a mile from Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's home in the wealthy Sydney suburb of Point Piper.
India's central bank kept its policy rate on hold and signaled an end to its longest easing cycle since the global financial crisis.
India's National Stock Exchange named Vikram Limaye, the CEO of infrastructure lender IDFC, as its new chief executive.
The initial public offering for tequila maker Jose Cuervo is at least four times oversubscribed, pointing to a high-end pricing.
Japan attained its second-biggest current account surplus on record in 2016, Ministry of Finance data showed on Wednesday.
President Trump is likely to take an aggressive approach to the yen when he meets Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Global miner Rio Tinto said on Wednesday it will pay a bigger-than-expected annual dividend of $1.70 per share on the back of a strong recovery in mineral commodities markets in 2016 and cost-cutting.
Golden Gate Ventures and INSEAD issued a report outlining reasons why many start-ups in the U.S. and China failed to live up to their potential.
Politics, religion and fake new mix in Indonesia as the high-profile race for governor of Jakarta enters the final leg.
Singapore Airlines reported on Tuesday a 1.7 percent rise in third-quarter operating profit, helped by growth from cargo and mail.
Japan's government is pushing companies and investors to hand over details of their U.S. investment plans, the FT reports.
Iger, a member of Trump's business council, said that doesn't mean, however, that the U.S. shouldn't consider ways to improve that relationship.
Bitcoin jumped more than 2 percent to its highest since Jan. 4 amid a surge of speculative trading in Chinese exchanges.
China’s first homegrown passenger plane is to take to the skies before July this year, according to state media.
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Regulation will eventually come to the cryptocurrency space, even though they're unlikely to be comprehensive, says Jake Brukhman, CoinFund.
Peter Dragicevich, Nomura, says the Bank of England will raise interest rates in August as a way of removing some of the stimulus it enacted post-Brexit.
Oil production is loss-making when prices drop below $40 a barrel, says Mathew Kaleel of Janus Henderson.