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Political parties will lock horns to recruit Ban Ki-moon, a key contenders in South Korea's presidential race, when he returns to Seoul.
China has quietly ushered in a series of new measures aimed at better managing the value of its currency, the yuan.
Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical said on Monday it would acquire cancer drugmaker Ariad Pharmaceuticals Inc in a deal valued at $5.20 billion.
Toyota will spend $10 billion in the U.S. over the next five years, matching the Japanese automaker's investments over the prior five years.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen praised Honduras for its loyalty on Monday at the start of her trip to four Central American nations.
China, aspiring to be champions of the beautiful game, has a lot to learn from another country with the same goal: America.
Trump says "Jack and I are going to do some great things." Alibaba's Ma says its U.S. job creation will focus on small business.
The first Nokia-branded smartphone will be a 1,699 yuan ($245) device and will be exclusive to the Chinese market.
China guided the yuan lower at its sharpest pace since June on Monday, partly reversing the currency's gains last week.
BNP Paribas' Daniel Morris explains why emerging markets are resilient in the face of capital outflows back into developed markets.
State-run Chinese tabloid Global Times warned Donald Trump that China would take "take revenge" if he reneged on the one-China policy.
As many as 32 cities in northern China were under a "red alert" for smog this week. Another 27 cities, including Beijing, were under an "orange alert."
North Korea declared on Sunday it can test-launch an intercontinental ballistic missile at any time from any location.
With Jared Kushner laying the groundwork for a White House role, his business dealings are under scrutiny, The NY Times reports.
A South Korean Buddhist monk is in critical condition after setting himself on fire to protest the country's settlement with Japan on compensation for wartime sex slaves, officials said Sunday.
"Rogue One" hauled in significantly less than "Star Wars Episode VII" in its Chinese debut.
Come inauguration day on Jan. 20, Trump will need to rapidly reconfigure his relationship with China, former diplomats told CNBC.
Authorities have been taking steps in recent days to support the yuan, whose gyrations last year had unnerved global financial markets.
Samsung Electronics said its fourth-quarter operating profit likely rose 50 percent on-year.
The airline joins 35 others worldwide in battle against controversial trade
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Alan Bannister, S&P Global Platts, says a "super bull run" in the energy markets could be possible given current depletion rates and reduction in capex.
The duration of the OPEC-led output cuts are expected to be extended, but deeper cuts are unlikely, says Alan Bannister, S&P Global Platts.
Whether or not the euro breaks out of its current range depends on the ECB changes its guidance, says Philip Wee, DBS Bank.