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Noble Group's 30 percent share-slump over the past month has made it attractive to Asian companies that want a bigger slice in global commodities trading.
European support for a China-led international bank reflects waning confidence in US leadership and a need for closer ties with Beijing, analysts say.
Japan's loss-making electronics firm Sharp plans to cut around 6,000 jobs, in a global restructuring that will cost over 200 billion yen.
Investors are increasingly worried about the risk of defaults in China as the country’s economy slows, but analysts say Beijing can manage for now.
A boost in tourist spending lifted economic growth in New Zealand during the fourth quarter, a sign the pressure is off the RBNZ to move rates.
Thailand's economy is at risk as electronics manufacturers ditch the country's outdated facilities for cheaper alternatives in neighboring countries.
India's property developers are turning to promotional gimmicks as they struggle to sell billions of dollars worth of unfinished homes.
Japanese firms announced bigger wage hikes this year, but experts are questioning if it will be sufficient to help end the country's economic mire.
China's economic slowdown has pushed policy makers toward stimulus measures, spurring concerns over whether long-sought reforms may falter.
Shares in Nintendo powered up on the news the gaming company is into smartphone games.
Following years of double-digit growth, Asia's cruise industry is set for a "record-breaking year" in 2015, thanks to booming demand from Chinese holidaymakers, a new report shows.
The condition of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first prime minister, has deteriorated further and he remains critically ill in intensive care, the prime minister's office said on Wednesday.
China new home prices registered this sixth straight month of annual decline in February, as tepid demand continued to weigh on sentiment despite the government's efforts to spur buying.
The head of Japan's trillion-dollar pension fund is unlikely to see out his coming term in office, amid a government spat.
Japan's exports rose at a faster-than-expected pace in February but slowed sharply from the previous month as exports to China waned amid the Lunar New Year holidays.
Billionaire mining heiress Gina Rinehart is digging what will likely be the world's last big iron ore mine for years to come in the Australian outback.
DeNA has launched a “business and capital alliance” with gaming giant Nintendo; meaning that Luigi and Mario could be on your phone quite soon.
Many credit India’s Modi with igniting a fire in the belly of its citizens, but is he really the man who's revolutionizing the country?
Indonesia's central bank, which last month surprisingly cut its benchmark rate, on Tuesday held it steady at 7.50 percent, as expected.
The condition of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first prime minister, has worsened and doctors are closely monitoring his condition.
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Macau's strong activity over the Golden Week suggests that seasonal casino and gaming trends are intact, says Grant Govertsen, MD at Union Gaming Group.
Dave Sargent, VP of automotive research at J.D. Power, discusses the Congressional grilling received by Volkswagen's U.S. boss Michael Horn over the emissions scandal.
Sri Lanka's political outlook is unclear because key government decisions are being delayed by a vocal opposition, says Karine Hirn, co-founder and CEO at East Capital.