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Hanjin Shipping’s asset sales started last week, potentially setting off a fall in ship values worldwide amid a glut in the market.
The Bank of Japan has a lot of sway over the U.S. Treasury market just now, and that means the home mortgage market.
Technological advances by the communist state have former diplomats concerned that the latest blast is anything but more of the same.
In Super Wednesday's central bank double-header, the Federal Reserve's show may be an afterthought to the Bank of Japan's performance.
The rapid rise in house prices in big Chinese cities may mean a real estate bubble is inflating to bursting point, UBS warned on Tuesday.
Samsung says an investigation into one Galaxy Note 7 fire in China found no battery problem, while it couldn't access the other phone.
JAL's CFO Norikazu Saito had some blunt advice on what is needed to kickstart the Japanese economy: Structural reform, not tinkering by the BOJ.
Fortunately, the number of piracy incidents has seen a steep decline in recent years and are at their lowest levels since the late 1990s.
China and the U.S. have started talks on possible U.N. sanctions, but Beijing has not said it will support tougher steps against North Korea.
Southeast Asian ride-hailing company, Grab has raised $750 million in equity financing, bringing its total cash pile to over $1 billion.
Chartered vessels that have completed unloading their cargo directed to cancel their charter agreements and return the ship to the shipowner.
The honeymoon period of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte appears to be over as foreign investors become wary over his acid-tongued remarks.
Toxic haze from Indonesian forest fires last year caused the deaths of about 100,000 people across the region, the FT reports.
Chinese policymakers were facing the dilemma of driving growth while preventing the property market from overheating, an economist said.
China's U.S. Treasury holdings sank in July to their lowest since early 2013, official data showed on Friday.
Samsung Electronics Co was sued on Friday by a Florida man who said he suffered severe burns after his Galaxy Note 7 smartphone exploded.
Monetary policy decisions from the Fed and, more importantly, the BOJ, are expected to drive investor sentiment in Asia-Pacific this week.
The law of supply and demand ruled in Hong Kong, as Apple fans queued to be among the first in the world to get their hands on an iPhone 7.
SS&C Technologies is sued by a former client alleging its staff was duped by a routine phishing scam.
Slightly better growth and liberalization lifted Hong Kong and Singapore over the U.S. as the most free economies, according to a new ranking.
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CNBC breaks down the big stories to watch out for this week.
Alex Capri, NUS Business School, says he gives the U.S. President credit for walking back on most of his extreme positions on trade and foreign policy.