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Morgan Stanley goes overweight Japan equities from underweight, making it the top regional pick globally, replacing the U.S.
Russia and the Philippines have agreed to closer ties when it comes to defense, according to Russian news outlet RT.
The brand has released a video showing employees leading the reindeer around a parking lot, with delivery boxes attached to its back.
Comparing the yuan's recent moves against the dollar misses its strength against other currencies, the PBOC's Yi Gang said at the weekend.
Japanese EV-maker GLM sells its own flashy sports cars, as well as its technology platform, its CFO tells CNBC.
Profit growth in China's industrial sector picked up in October, suggesting the world's second-largest economy strengthened.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib said on Sunday that he will "not necessarily" call an early snap election despite the opposition's disarray.
Yum China Holdings is in talks to buy food delivery services firm Daojia.com for up to $200 million, Reuters reports.
AirAsia plans to float a holding company that will tally all of its operations and entities under a HK listing for the Malaysia-based carrier.
A year after becoming Myanmar's de-facto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi is being criticized for her failure to end alleged military crimes.
Malaysia's currency has tumbled in the "Trump tantrum," and analysts disagree on whether that's just the beginning or near the end.
Core consumer prices in Japan fell 0.4 percent in October on-year as expected, the eighth straight monthly decline.
At least 67 workers have been killed in scaffolding collapse at a power plant in eastern China.
President Park Geun-hye's approval rating fell to 4 percent, marking an all-time low for any democratically elected leader in South Korea.
An early winter freeze in northeast Asia has boosted prices for thermal coal and LNG.
How did Malaysia's central bank simultaneously support its currency and increase foreign exchange reserves? That's a $500 million question.
Official data indicate China has steadily sold U.S. Treasurys this year.
British band Coldplay adds a second show for the Singapore leg of their "A Head Full of Dreams" tour to meet high demand.
Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte tells the country's conglomerates to be content with the riches they've already amassed.
Entrepreneurs need to know their strengths so that they can keep momentum amidst competition, entrepreneurs told CNBC.
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Shell, Accenture and others predicts what a home may look like in 2050.
Given its current volume of unit sales, the stake Zhejiang Geely will buy in Proton could well be a lifeline, Macquarie Capital Securities.
Vladimir Yakunin, Bridgens, says if all statements are to be believed, Russia seems to be "involved everywhere, in everything."