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As markets reopen for the first week of 2016, investor focus in Asia will be on China for clues of how the economy will fare after a tumultuous year.
The growing fortunes of the 1 percent weren't enough to combat a slowdown in luxury sales over the past year.
Former pariah state Myanmar will launch its first stock exchange on Wednesday.
For alcohol brands from outside Asia, trying to entice customers who aren't accustomed to the taste can be tricky.
China's exports slumped more than expected in November but the decline in imports slowed, a tentative sign that domestic demand is on the mend.
Beijing's residents have spent much of this week under a dark cloud of pollution, even as their president vowed action on climate change.
The RBI kept its repo rate steady at 6.75 percent, having already slashed the rate four times this year.
The 44th Tokyo Motor Show kicked off on October 28 with a focus on cars that drive themselves, eco-friendly tech, and a digital-savvy generation.
Even terror aficionados won't know what to what to expect at Halloween Horror Nights, because this is a uniquely Singaporean scare-fest.
CNBC recognized a host of Asia's most prominent business names at this year's 14th Asia Business Leaders Awards in Bangkok.
One country held on to its decade-long spot topping the World Bank's ranking of the easiest places to do business.
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Markets do not actually have a preferred U.S. presidential candidate, shares David Schiegoleit from the Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank.
Both presidential candidates made mistakes at the debate that they were probably counselled not to do, says DC International Advisory's Ross Feingold.
It will be interesting to see if Clinton can taunt Trump enough for him to lose his composure, says Kenneth Polcari from O'Neil Securities.