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.» Read More
China's trade slump extended into September, with U.S. dollar-denominated exports slipping 3.7 percent and imports plunging 20.4 percent.
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.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda has poured cold water on mounting expectations for a fresh round of quantitative easing in October.
China Re received commitments worth $1.12B from cornerstone investors as the country's biggest reinsurer launched its IPO in Hong Kong.
The best candidates to do that are countries running external surpluses, low budget deficits and inflation rates approximating price stability.
South Korea's Finance Minister told CNBC the country had protection against a Fed hike, but couldn't say the same for another big risk.
Glencore has hoisted the for-sale sign over two copper mines - Cobar in Australia and Lomas Bayas in Chile - after being approached by buyers.
Pollution from the burning of Indonesia's rain forests appears to be claiming another casualty: physical fitness in Singapore.
Beijing is publishing draft rules that would impose taxi-like restrictions on private car-hailing services such as Uber, the FT reports.
Asia is gearing up for data from the region's top three economies – China, Japan and India - on top of central bank decisions in South Korea and Indonesia.
The move is the latest sign of how difficult it is for foreign companies to manage China's strict rules governing media, the NYT reports.
North Korea marked the 70th anniversary of its ruling Workers' Party with a massive military parade overseen by leader Kim Jong Un.
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Andrew Su, CEO of Compass Global Markets, expects global oil prices to rise above $55 per barrel in the coming months, but warns of short-term volatility.