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Chinese policymakers were facing the dilemma of driving growth while preventing the property market from overheating, an economist said.
China's U.S. Treasury holdings sank in July to their lowest since early 2013, official data showed on Friday.
Samsung Electronics Co was sued on Friday by a Florida man who said he suffered severe burns after his Galaxy Note 7 smartphone exploded.
Monetary policy decisions from the Fed and, more importantly, the BOJ, are expected to drive investor sentiment in Asia-Pacific this week.
The law of supply and demand ruled in Hong Kong, as Apple fans queued to be among the first in the world to get their hands on an iPhone 7.
SS&C Technologies is sued by a former client alleging its staff was duped by a routine phishing scam.
Slightly better growth and liberalization lifted Hong Kong and Singapore over the U.S. as the most free economies, according to a new ranking.
September marks the start of China's peak travel season but traditional hotspot Taiwan is not feeling the love.
The comments came after U.S. bombers flew over South Korea in solidarity with its ally after Pyongyang's nuclear test.
Emerging markets can satisfy the trend for ethical investments, according to Jim Roth, founder of private equity firm Leapfrog Investments.
Home mortgages and corporate borrowing just got a little more expensive this week, courtesy of central banks in Europe and Japan.
Private equity boss David Bonderman says regulators in emerging markets are often better qualified and more pragmatic than their U.S. peers.
North Korea's recent nuclear test could have implications for players ranging from South Korean cosmetics firms to Chinese banks.
Housing in major cities in China has seen price hikes that resemble the famous Dutch "Tulip Fever" bubble of 1637, according to new research.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission officially recalled the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in a Thursday announcement.
Formula One driver Nico Rosberg says he has a neutral relationship with teammate Lewis Hamilton off the racing track.
Weakness in private investments was a bigger risk to global economic growth, said Ravi Menon, managing director at Singapore's central bank.
China aims to shut almost half a million industrial small-scale coal boilers by 2018, but don't expect a boost for the LNG market.
The U.S. intends to lift sanctions on Myanmar, but some are questioning the move amid the military's dominance and human rights violations.
Unilateral sanctions will not help resolve issues on the Korean Peninsula, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his Japanese counterpart.
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Rob Brierley of Patersons Securities weighs in on the mining company's results and says its "subdued" outlook.
Jahangir Aziz of JPMorgan says emerging markets won't "freak out" over a March rate hike, but plenty of volatility will be likely.
James Allen, chairman of Hard Rock International, says the company is looking into a partnership to enter the gaming market.