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Putin said on Friday that reaching a World War Two peace deal with Japan was more important than Russia's economic interests.
China Friday set the CNY mid-point rate at the lowest level in 8-1/2 years on heavy capital outflows and a hawkish Fed.
If Trump’s rhetoric ends up fueling a trade war with China, the U.S. will take it on the chin, said Marc Faber, the publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom report.
Singapore's exports unexpectedly jumped in November from a year earlier.
Nintendo shares closed lower on Thursday as investors struck a note of caution ahead of the release of "Super Mario Run" on Apple's iOS.
A Chinese newspaper is calling on the country to consider force as a means to conquer Taiwan, following an apparent shift in U.S. policy.
Japan has dethroned China to be the top holder of U.S. government debt, as the Chinese central bank dipped into its currency reserves to support the yuan.
Public backlash will hurt U.S. automakers more than expected fines in a price fixing probe in China, an automotive analyst said.
A U.S. think tank says recent satellite images appear to show that China has installed anti-aircraft and anti-missile weapons on its man-made islands.
The coffee chain is set to have 5,000 stores in mainland China by 2021.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's long-awaited visit to Japan may end up sorely disappointing his host Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Australian employment proved surprisingly strong in November as full-time jobs made a comeback after a very tough year.
Japan’s parliament has just legalized casino gaming even though most Japanese oppose it. Here’s why.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte may contain his signature colorful language when he arrives in Singapore on Thursday.
Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia are the cheapest places in the world to buy technology such as smartphones and games consoles
In the top 10 most searched terms on Google this year, Pokemon Go was crowned as the most popular term worldwide, followed by the iPhone 7.
Rising yields in the United States could make it harder for Beijing to keep managing its tremendous debt problem.
The billionaire says he will most likely pick a professional manager to take over running his business empire, the SMCP reports.
India's informal sector is expected to bear the brunt of the cash crunch but pains are expected to be short-term, according to S&P Global Ratings.
China will soon slap a penalty on an unnamed U.S. automaker for monopolistic behavior, the official China Daily newspaper reported Wednesday.
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John Driscoll of JTD Energy Services weighs in on the state of the oil markets and compliance with OPEC-led production cuts.
Johan Jooste of the Bank of Singapore talks about valuations in regional markets and explains why he thinks South Korean markets need scrutiny.