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Raghuram Rajan’s exit from the RBI, the country’s central bank, may not be great news for investors bullish on the Indian economy.
Raghuram Rajan's exit raises doubts over PM Narendra Modi's reforms, as well as India's position as a harbor of safety.
A real need for housing is fueling price gains of 20% in some second-tier cities, veteran Asia property analyst Peter Churchouse says.
Markets are likely to be skittish this week ahead of the June 23 referendum vote in the U.K. to decide on its future within the EU.
Japan's exports fell at the fastest pace in four months in May on supply chain disruptions from the Kumamoto earthquake.
McDonald's may be planning to outsource jobs to India as part of a $500 million cost reduction plan it announced back in November.
Malaysia's ruling coalition coasted to victory in two by-elections, defying a political movement led by former premier Mahathir Mohamad.
Singapore's non-oil domestic exports rose 11.6 percent in May, exceeding expectations due to a rise in non-electronic product shipments.
A Beijing regulator ordered Apple to stop selling some smartphones in the city because their design was too close to a Chinese firm’s model.
The yen's steep climb this month has spurred a startle response among Japan's policymakers who face a fish stew of forces pushing the currency higher.
The rally in the Japanese currency doesn't appear to be stopping anytime soon and its strength has traders worried it could quash a struggling economy.
Greece's strategic location in the Mediterranean is a bonus for foreign investors like Russia, the deputy minister for foreign affairs in Greece told CNBC.
Concerns about China have not gone away and its debt pile poses risks, says the chief country officer of Deutsche Bank Russia.
Shanghai Disneyland, Disney's first theme park in mainland China, is big by every measure. In fact, it's the entertainment company's largest overseas outpost.
The BOJ will keep expanding the monetary base at an $760-billion annual pace and applying an -0.1 percent rate to balances at the central bank.
A high demand and short supply of the green superfood have triggered an avocado-related crime wave in New Zealand.
The Bank of Japan must decide against a conflicting backdrop of domestic economic weakness and global geopolitical risks.
A combination of buoyant demand and supply-side jitters is supporting prices of soybeans and corn after several years of glut-driven pessimism.
Beijing could take a few pointers from Pakistan, which gained entry into MSCI's popular Emerging Markets Index while mainland shares were left out.
Malaysia's prime minister denied accusations of graft and interfering in probes of troubled fund 1MDB, documents in a lawsuit show, Bloomberg reported.
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How Wilbur Ross balances his views on free trade with the Trump administration's will be interesting, says Eswar Prasad, professor at Cornell University.
David Nelson of Belpointe says prospects for the defense industry look solid.