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Chinese's surprise move to devalue the yuan, a looming Fed rate hike and weakening economies have created a perfect storm for Asian currencies.
India will seek $99M in damages from Nestle after reports of excess lead in the firm's Maggi noodles forced a nationwide recall.
India's smartphone sector reported explosive Q2 growth after handset vendors partnered with e-commerce players to ramp up sales.
The grimy windows and red bedroom lights are disappearing from South Korea's short-stay hotels as they move upmarket to lure younger guests.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has a message for CNBC anchor Oriel Morrison: You'd better look good in black.
Big-spending Chinese tourists fear their wings will be clipped if Tuesday's shock yuan devaluation develops into a deeper dent in their spending power.
Standard Chartered became the second bank to walk away from a huge Australian coal project, but the country's production rate is still rising.
China's growing ability to buy and sell millions of barrels of oil has given it so much clout that other traders are forced to follow its agreed prices.
Bank of Japan policymakers warned that the country's exports may be hit if China's economy slowed further, minutes of its July meeting showed.
CBA unveiled a $3.65 billion rights issue as its annual profit met expectations, completing a fundraising round by Australia's "Big Four" lenders.
Alibaba's $4.6 billion tie-up with Suning Commerce Group has put the spotlight on China's burgeoning online-to-offline (O2O) retail market.
Companies on the MSCI Emerging Markets Index are in their longest-ever earnings recession, according to Morgan Stanley, but cheap valuations are still luring investors in.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is facing some headwinds as it prepares to report earnings ahead of the bell Wednesday, two analysts told CNBC.
China's currency devaluation spooked markets, but the real fear is that what's behind the move could be a bigger problem for the world economy.
When the Chinese market tanks, some big names on Wall Street get hit, too.
There are more important threats to the U.S. market than China's currency move according to Goldman Sachs' David Kostin.
Investors around the world were taken by surprise on Tuesday after the PBoC devalued the yuan by almost 2 percent against the U.S. dollar.
Some of the debris recovered from the crash site of MH17 in eastern Ukraine may be fragments of a Russian-made missile system.
The great Chinese stock slump that first whacked luxury car sales is spreading to mass-market brands.
A new Asian currency war and a delayed Fed rate hike; these are the potential market-shaking implications of Beijing's decision to devalue the yuan.
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Mark Steinert, CEO and MD of Stockland, said 70 percent of the company's H1 profit came from the company's REIT.
Disney's stock is overvalued, and it spent too much on sports rights in a cord-cutting environment, says Richard Greenfield from BTIG.
Negative interest rates are leading to concerns about the strengths of the financial sector, says National Australia Bank's Ray Attrill.