Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Monday he would visit Russia and China this year to chart an independent foreign policy. » Read More
It was too early to see if markets turmoil would scuttle Australia's moderate pace of growth, the country's top central banker said.
The surge in the yen against the dollar is revealing deep problems in global markets, currency strategist Steven Englander tells CNBC.
About 6.5 percent of the Asian nation's GDP is being lost annually due to this crisis that's killing 1.6 million Chinese citizens a year.
The US and India have held talks about conducting joint naval patrols that a US defense official said could include the disputed South China Sea.
A Singapore-based private banker was a key link between 1MDB, a Swiss private bank and a Malaysian businessman connected to the troubled fund.
Miners are under pressure to curb spending to help them weather the worst market conditions in nearly two decades.
South Korea has halted activity at a factory park were local companies employed about 55,000 North Koreans.
China's banks face a credit crisis with potential losses 400 percent larger than U.S. banks' losses during the subprime crisis, Kyle Bass said.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has denounced comments made by key investor Marc Andreessen that appeared to support the colonization of India.
Investors in Asia appear to have stronger nerves than their global counterparts, with indications they're adding to their emerging markets holdings.
Sydney's once-red hot property market will probably be flat this year, while Perth's will keep falling, Stockland chief Mark Steinert told CNBC.
Oil prices rose sharply in Asian trade on Wednesday on glimmers of hope of a producer cut-back and after a steep sell-off overnight.
A prominent Hong Kong student activist blames the deteriorated relationship between police and the people of Hong Kong for the Mongkok riots on Monday.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia, the country's top mortgage lender, posted H1 cash profit of $3.4B, in line with expectations.
China has confirmed its first imported case of the deadly Zika virus, state media agency Xinhua reported in the early hours of Wednesday.
CNBC takes a look at the leading suspects behind this year's roller-coaster ride for markets.
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Markets do not actually have a preferred U.S. presidential candidate, shares David Schiegoleit from the Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank.
Both presidential candidates made mistakes at the debate that they were probably counselled not to do, says DC International Advisory's Ross Feingold.
It will be interesting to see if Clinton can taunt Trump enough for him to lose his composure, says Kenneth Polcari from O'Neil Securities.