Policymakers at the Bank of Japan tussled over the decision to adopt negative interest rates, according to the summary released Monday.» Read More
Swiss authorities have opened criminal proceedings related to suspected corruption at Malaysia's 1MDB, the Financial Times reports.
Events in the world's three biggest economies will hold sway over Asia's financial markets this week.
A Chinese minor metals exchange chief was captured by angry investors and turned over to the police, the Financial Times reports.
Uber will partner Indian mobile carrier Bharti Airtel to provide free in-car Wi-Fi to users, the New York Times reports.
Top aides to the leaders of North and South Korea resumed talks on Sunday after negotiating through the night in a bid to ease tensions.
A huge explosion ripped through a chemical plant in eastern China, killing one person and injuring nine, Xinhua news agency said.
Chinese stocks are in danger of replicating the hefty losses seen in the U.S. exchanges in the Wall Street crash of 1929, an analyst has told CNBC.
The steep selloff may say more about the outlook for emerging markets than U.S. companies in the fourth quarter, fund managers and analysts say.
The slowdown in the world's second-largest economy is "worse than you think," short seller Jim Chanos said.
Samsung is offering iPhone users the chance to try out one of its latest flagship phones for just $1.
It's not China's fault that global markets have become overly dependent on its growth, according to Wells Fargo's Anthony Cragg.
Uber's global bookings are projected to rise nearly threefold to $10.84 billion this year and reach $26.12 billion the next.
North Korea's front-line military went into a "semi-war state" after exchanging fire at the border with South Korea, the NYT reports.
August’s wave of currency interventions could just be the start of a “race to the bottom,” with several major emerging markets looking set to devalue in the near-future.
A golden opportunity for investing in emerging market equities may be around the corner, according to a contrarian strategist.
Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso on Friday warned China against frequent manipulation of yuan rates.
Australia's Santos put itself up for sale on Friday after receiving approaches and moved to replace its embattled CEO.
Onlookers gathered on Thursday to watch dead fish wash up near the Tianjin blast site, the New York Times reports.
A Standard Chartered-led consortium has invested $207 million in Chinese peer-to-peer lender Dianrong.
The outlook on emerging Asian currencies has deteriorated to its worst in years, a Reuters poll found.
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Japan's trading houses' have cut about 12.5 percent of the assets accumulated in the last six and a half years, says Pham Thanh Ha, Japan equity analyst from Jefferies.
Gold has been all about emotions but supply-side factors show that prices are going to fall, says Peter Esho, chief market analyst at Invast.
Ben Sy from JPMorgan Private Bank discusses higher quality corporate bonds, subordinated financial bonds and U.S. high yields (ex-commodities).