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New Zealand's central bank cut its benchmark interest rate to a record low of 1.75 percent on Thursday, the third easing this year.
As the election extended into early Wednesday, the rest of the world was contemplating the reality of President Donald Trump in the White House.
One way for Donald Trump to combat international worries is by reassuring allies of the United States, says one foreign policy expert.
Singapore could have its first-ever elected Malay president next year, according to a proposed constitutional change.
President Rodrigo Duterte has decided to retain but scale back the Philippines' joint military activities with the U.S.
Producer prices climbed 1.2 percent from a year earlier in October, the strongest reading in nearly five years.
For American businesses in Asia, the fate of the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal under a Trump or Clinton administration is a worry.
A British investment banker who slit the throats of two Indonesian women was convicted of double murder by a Hong Kong jury, the SCMP reports.
North Korea may launch another nuclear missile test after Trump takes office as the 45th US president, according to intelligence sources.
China's next big boom sector? Theme parks, according to a new report from Euromonitor International.
Sentiments from both U.S. presidential candidates toward China do not look promising for the future of Sino-U.S. relations, experts say.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced that 500 and 1,000 rupee banknotes would be withdrawn from circulation at midnight.
Beijing's ruling on a Hong Kong legal case concerning pro-independence politicians is "the beginning of the end" for the city, according to one lawmaker.
The central bank is widely believed to have sold U.S. dollars to cushion the yuan currency's descent in October as it fell to six-year lows.
China's October exports fell 7.3 percent on-year, a worse-than-expected reading but still an improvement from September's 10 percent on-year plunge.
South Korean prosecutors raided the offices of Samsung as part of a probe over the scandal involving President Park Geun-hye.
President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the cancellation on Monday of Philippine's purchase of police rifles from the United States.
China's parliament announced a legal ruling on Monday that's likely to further aggravate anti-Beijing sentiment in Hong Kong.
China has appointed a new finance chief, Xinhau reported, as investors' concerns grow over the country's mounting debt and rising fiscal deficits.
For shippers, the bankruptcy of South Korea's Hanjin was both a fillip and a sharp reminder of just how much clean-up was needed in their businesses.
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Health-care is one sector not to be invested in if price controls over medication are introduced, says Hilary Kramer from A&G Capital Research.
Dave Mortensen from Anytime Fitness lays out the reasons why he believes the company will succeed in China where others have failed.
Eswar Prasad, Cornell University, says the Chinese government's latest crackdown is a signal that it intends to maintain tight control of its capital account.