Chinese stocks posted their worst weekly performance since August on Friday, with major indices tumbling in excess of 5 percent.» Read More
Chinese smartphone giant, Xiaomi, is set to open its doors to U.S. and European consumers shortly.
Things may be looking up for China's property sector, after new home prices in first tier cities staged a modest rebound in April.
Singapore's exports unexpectedly rose in April from a year earlier on strong demand from Europe, but there was weakness in U.S. and China shipments.
The pace of the fall in Chinese property prices moderated in April, supporting growing optimism that the housing downturn may have turned a corner.
Malaysia's IPO market faces a slump, weighed by a worsening economic outlook, currency volatility and dismal performances from some of last year's debutantes.
Japan's machinery orders rose 2.9 percent on month in March, slightly better than the 1.8 percent forecast from a Reuters poll of economists.
A flurry of economic data, alongside a central bank decision in Japan, will likely hog the spotlight in Asia this week.
After a long run as the emerging market equity sweetheart, investors may be falling out of love with India stocks.
Luxury goods makers sued Alibaba, contending the company had knowingly made it possible for counterfeiters to sell their products.
China returned as the U.S.'s largest foreign creditor, even as overall foreign central bank holdings of Treasuries fell.
As Apple basks in the unprecedented demand for its latest iPhones, suppliers from Tokyo to Taipei are sharing in the spoils. The FT reports.
When China listed its leading 100 fugitives accused of economic crimes, it included 40 people believed to be hiding in the U.S. The NYT reports.
The United States and China clashed over a territorial dispute in the South China Sea on Saturday, as China's foreign minister asserted its right to reclaim reefs.
A country’s cultural identity is rooted by its national flag, but one country has opened up the design its next ensign to a public competition.
A boat carrying around 400 migrants that the Thai navy has towed out to sea is heading toward Indonesia, a Thai government radio station reported.
Malaysia's economy grew at a slightly faster than expected 5.6 percent in the first quarter, as investment in the private sector picked up pace.
Despite a drop in luxury spending by Chinese consumers, the chief executive of Ferragamo believed China was still the main source of growth.
Ahead of a transition back to normal interest rates, Singapore's Oversea-Chinese Banking (OCBC) is cautious of the credit environment ahead.
A second bailout in three years will give Sharp some breathing space, but analysts warn the company may not be out of the woods just yet.
India's Prime Minister Modi is being blamed for not doing enough for the troubled farm sector, which sustains three-fifths of the population.
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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.