Chinese stocks posted their worst weekly performance since August on Friday, with major indices tumbling in excess of 5 percent.» Read More
It's a crucial week in Hong Kong's ongoing fight for universal suffrage as lawmakers get set to vote on a contentious, Beijing-backed electoral reform bill by Friday.
After years of setting the standard for quality and reliability, Japanese brand autos have dropped below the industry average, according to a new report by J.D. Power and Associates.
In 1990, annual milk consumption per person in Vietnam was half a liter. Today, the figure is 18 liters, and Vinamilk played a key part in the change.
Myanmar's government has supported economic liberalization, but needs better planning, one of the country's top entrepreneurs told CNBC.
Talking to Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal, the two schoolmates who founded Snapdeal, it's crystal clear who their biggest business hero is.
The stars are finally aligning for Australian stocks as cheap valuations and approval from billionaire Warren Buffet lure traders in.
Singapore's annual exports unexpectedly rose in April on strong Europe demand, but there were weaknesses in shipments to the US and China.
AirAsia became the latest short-selling target, with the shares in a tailspin despite analysts saying there’s nothing new in a negative research report.
Woolworths said that its Chief Executive Grant O'Brien would retire after nearly four years at the helm of the Australian supermarket company.
China may be minting millionaires at a rapid pace, but it boasts just two representatives in a world's ranking of 25 wealthiest self-made individuals.
China's policymakers allured by tech sectors are showing less support for low-end manufacturing, even though it's still a big slice of the economy.
Overbuilding in Singapore's luxury homes spurred a flurry of doomsday scenarios, but prices may have already bottomed, with buyers starting to nibble.
India's system for training doctors is plagued by fraud and unprofessional teaching practices, worsening public health issues, Reuters reports.
Japan's exports climbed 2.4 percent in May on year, missing economist forecasts but underscoring a gradual recovery in external demand.
Markets care about momentum and performance relative to expectation. And it is in that area that I think China will underwhelm.
A fresh round of stock buyback put some color back into shares of Noble Group, but analysts warn that the upside may be just a "dead cat bounce."
Just as China's long-insatiable appetite for smartphones wanes, India promises to be the next hot spot for explosive growth, a new report claims.
A nasty consumer debt hangover awaits Thailand, where over the past decade, Thais have binged on auto financing and unsecured loans. More from The Financial Times.
Australia's central bank said it was appropriate to leave interest rates steady this month while it assessed the impact of past easing on the economy.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has bought a 3.7 percent stake in Insurance Australia Group for $388 million.
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Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, explains why the U.S. corporate sector will cause the country a shallow recession.
OPEC should keep output steady and wait to see if its supply policy will reap rewards, says Alejandro Barbajosa, Middle East and APAC vice president for crude at Argus Media.
Japanese markets have done well because of expansive monetary policy, says Beat Wittmann, co-founder, partner and chairman at Porta Investors.