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Nintendo's shares fell 10 percent in early trade after they more than doubled in value on the record-breaking success of the "Pokemon Go" mobile game.
Singapore state investor Temasek will buy the 46 percent stake in SMRT that it does not already own for about $869.31 million.
The long and steady decline in the Australian dollar from $0.93 to $0.69 has paused and developed a significant reversal pattern.
The Samarco dam disaster forced BHP Billiton to miss its iron ore guidance for 2016, but the mining giant upped production in Australia.
Survey respondents felt that Amazon was trustworthy and favored its emphasis on quality products and simple and fair rules.
The market cap of Japan's Nintendo Co has more than doubled to 4.5 trillion yen in just seven sessions since the launch of Pokemon Go.
As South China Sea tension rises, analysts explain to CNBC what conflict in the region could mean for global trade.
Rio Tinto says it's on track to meet FY iron ore shipment guidance from its Australian mines, underscoring robust Chinese demand.
North Korea fired three ballistic missiles into the sea that had a range of up to 360 miles, South Korea said.
The phenomenal success of "Pokemon Go" and the surge in Nintendo's market value has been seized upon by one of its most vocal investors.
China's mission to put its entire population on the internet is almost complete.
With rates likely lower for longer, REITs are prey in the global hunt for yield, said Sheila Patel, CEO of International at Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Several banks are being probed by Singapore's central bank over transactions linked to scandal-hit Malaysian state fund 1MDB.
In the 10 years since NBA star Yao Ming promised to stop eating shark's fin soup, attitudes have changed. But perhaps not enough.
Japan's Softbank has agreed to acquire U.K. semiconductor firm ARM Holdings in a deal worth over $32 billion, the companies announced on Monday.
The data add to growing risks for the trade-dependent economy as the Brexit fallout keeps policy makers under pressure to offer more stimulus.
Shenzhen and Xiamen were the two top performers, with home prices rising 46.7 percent and 33.6 percent, respectively.
China's G-20 presidency has offered the country a unique opportunity to strengthen its international profile.
India could be a key catalyst for oil prices, according to oil expert Helima Croft of RBC Capital Markets.
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Rob Subbaraman of Nomura says a watershed moment for corporate governance in South Korea could happen if prosecutor are tough on Samsung.
Peter Chia of UOB say he is selectively long the dollar against selected Asian currencies.
Companies involved in the One Belt, One Road project could face "capital deployment" issues, says Alex Capri, visiting senior fellow at NUS Business School.