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A slowdown in China and convulsions in global markets could steer the U.S. Fed off its course later this year.
Saudi Arabia's late King Abdullah paid some of the money out of his private funds, the BBC reported.
Indonesian officials routinely inflate rice harvest data, but their latest phony numbers could lead to a severe shortage, officials say.
Consumer sentiment nudged up in China in January, helped by an improvement in the outlook for personal finances, a survey showed Wednesday.
Despite boasting the company's "best results ever" in Greater China region, CEO Tim Cook acknowledged "the turbulent environment."
Toyota and Suzuki on Wednesday denied a newspaper report they were discussing a potential partnership that could include a capital tie-up.
Concerns about slowing consumer demand in China have scared away investors, but Coach says consumer demand is great for the company.
The CEO of the largest warehouse REIT in the U.S. brushed off concerns about China after reporting solid results.
Investors look ahead to earnings from gaming companies, hoping for good news from the sector, the Chinese economy and Macau.
The luxury sector should get ready for a slow down in global growth in 2016 and beyond, an analyst has told CNBC.
Head of China's Statistics Bureau is being investigated for alleged discipline violation, Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog says.
South Korea's LG Electronics is looking towards developing new areas of business - such as automobiles - as full-year revenues fell.
The cash was a gift and there was no need for Prime Minister Najib Razak to explain what it was for, Malaysia's attorney general said.
China's oil demand will grow 4.3 percent this year, compared with 4.8 percent growth in 2015, the country's top energy group forecast.
China's economic problems are not as bad as they appear in spite of the current market tailspin, the chief executive of Siemens said.
From the economy to property stocks, here's how Morgan Stanley thinks ructions in currency markets will impact Hong Kong.
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Most Japanese equities have not been driven by fundamentals but by the strength in the Japanese yen, says StanChart WM's Manpreet Gill.
The new San Francisco service is only the beginning, with plans to add New York and Los Angeles non-stop flights too.
Masakazu Toyoda, CEO of The Institute of Energy Economics, talks about managing the cost of renewable energy in Japan and the issue of nuclear safety.