Chinese stocks posted their worst weekly performance since August on Friday, with major indices tumbling in excess of 5 percent.» Read More
Japanese stocks seem to be on an irresistible rally, and cheap valuations are expected to propel them to greater heights, analysts say.
Malaysia uncovers 139 graves thought to contain the remains of migrants scattered around suspected human trafficking camps.
Chinese stocks rallied for their fifth successive day Monday to breach seven-year highs but growth prospects for the world's largest economy are still weak.
Apple has continued to make its presence felt on the global smartphone market but is now facing a challenge from the Chinese giants.
A year after the military took power in Thailand, the regime has postponed elections and a former PM warns the junta may be running on limited time.
After three meltdowns of Hong Kong-listed stocks this week, Dennis Gartman says not to be afraid of of investing in China.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) - the world's largest consumer technology trade show - launched its inaugural Asian event in Shanghai on Monday.
Japan should remain the key focus this week as investors look to a slew of data on tap to confirm that the economic giant is poised for a comeback.
North Korea is a male-dominated society, but it is the women making the money as the nation allows an unofficial market-based economy to take shape.
When Chinese flight booking operator Baitour needed cash to grow its business last year, it turned to Internet finance startup Jimu Box.
A recovery in India's credit growth could elude its banks until early 2016, despite an economy that likely outpaced China in the first quarter.
Criticized and even sued for facilitating the counterfeit goods trade, Alibaba has been quietly piloting a plan to curb fakes at source.
Japan exports rose 8.0 percent in April, beating expectations for a 6.4 percent rise and underscoring a gradual recovery in external demand.
The blistering sell-off in Chinese solar firm Hanergy Thin Film Power Group this week burnt several index-tracking stock funds, exposing the flaws in volatile markets like China.
The Chinese-American market remains largely untapped by financial advisors, who are challenged by cultural and linguistic differences.
The head of the Myanmar state from which thousands of Rohingya Muslims are fleeing denied that persecution had prompted the exodus.
The International Monetary Fund warned the Bank of Japan will take longer than it expects to hit its inflation target even with more monetary easing, and said "bolder" reforms are required.
The Chinese are unhappy that the U.S. Navy is watching a reclamation project in the Spratly Islands, a group of reefs in the South China Sea. The NYT reports.
Cuba has the most potential of any country in the world to flourish given the right vision, says Carlos Gutierrez, who was Commerce secretary under George W. Bush.
Former 'nut rage' Korean Air Lines executive was freed after nearly five months in prison after an appeals court suspended the sentence.
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Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, explains why the U.S. corporate sector will cause the country a shallow recession.
OPEC should keep output steady and wait to see if its supply policy will reap rewards, says Alejandro Barbajosa, Middle East and APAC vice president for crude at Argus Media.
Japanese markets have done well because of expansive monetary policy, says Beat Wittmann, co-founder, partner and chairman at Porta Investors.