Singapore's economy grew 0.1% on-quarter in the July-to-September period, slightly better than expected.» Read More
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine by a Russian-made Buk missile, the Dutch Safety Board has concluded.
The contraband included 1,764 pounds of raw ivory and related products, 25 pounds of rhino horn and 35 bear paws, the China Daily says.
China's pledged $260 billion to shore up its navy and military by 2020. The US concern: maintaining free-trade flows in the South China Sea.
Sharp swings in the currency markets have taken their toll on overall global wealth, shrinking it for the first time since the global financial crisis.
China's trade slump extended into September, with U.S. dollar-denominated exports slipping 3.7 percent and imports plunging 20.4 percent.
The chart of the Chinese currency looks exactly like the charts of the S&P 500, the VIX and crude oil, technician Richard Ross shows.
Singapore Airlines will resume non-stop flights to the U.S. in 2018 after buying a new ultra-long distance variant of the Airbus A350.
India's been championing its credentials as the world's new growth engine while China stutters. Data suggest it's stepped up to the plate.
Emerging markets aren't just suffering through another market rout—it's a third wave of the financial crisis, Goldman said.
For a big pay rise next year, the best place to live in Asia Pacific may be an emerging market. If you're an IT worker, even better.
Singapore unveiled its future transport vision which include driverless buses and platoons of autonomous trucks following a single driver.
Third-quarter gross domestic product on tap this week may unveil a foggy economic outlook for Singapore.
India, Japan and the U.S. will hold joint naval exercises each year, Indian government sources said, a move likely to concern China.
Malaysia's ruling party grandees have redoubled their efforts to topple PM Najib Razak over the 1MDB scandal, the FT reports.
China's impact on Hong Kong's luxury goods industry has deepened, with rent in the top shopping streets dropping by 40%, the FT reports.
Despite market volatility and low investor confidence, two economists at Deutsche Bank think markets are wrong about China's economic prospects.
Now is not the right time for the Fed to raise interest rates, given the global economic situation, China's Finance Minister Lou Jiwei said.
Goldman Sachs is maintaining its bearish take on the sector generally but analysts at the bank are also suggesting that China's rebalancing also throws up some opportunities.
Chinese measures to steady its rocky markets are prompting record redemptions from so-called dim-sum debt funds.
New Zealand's dollar has climbed along with the recent bump in Asian currencies, but some analysts see the rally as just another chance to sell.
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Singapore avoided a technical recession the but the 0.1% GDP growth is still weak, says Sonja Laud, investment director of the global multiasset group at Baring Asset Management.
The U.S. Democratic debate will focus on domestic issues such as income inequality, says David Goodfriend, founder and president of Goodfriend Government Affairs.
For a hint, look back to 2013 when the central bank started tapering its easing programs, advises Amanda Stitt, investment director at Legg Mason.