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An analyst says shares of AirAsia could potentially rise by another 19 percent, even as it reported a 30 percent fall in first quarter net profit.
Japan reported national consumer price index figures for April.
IFC is going to set up the Asean Financial Innovation Network (Afin) with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to encourage fintech innovation
Malaysian carmaker Proton has finally landed a foreign partner in Chinese automaker Zhejiang Geely Holding.
U.S. network provider LeoSat, who uses satellites to transit data, shares how it plans to beat competitors who rely on fiber optics.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's hint of nationwide martial law has triggered fears of further human rights violations.
Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs says Montana GOP congressional candidate Greg Gianforte “body slammed” him during a taped interview.
All eyes are on OPEC ahead of a highly-anticipated meeting later in the day, but the big downside risk comes from China, an analyst said.
Singapore's first quarter GDP rose 2.7 percent as expected year-on-year, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said on Thursday, affirming the full-year forecast of 1.0 percent to 3.0 percent.
A U.S. Navy destroyer was traveling close to Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands in a move likely to anger China.
The Philippines is experiencing some of the largest volumes of increased demand from Southeast Asian travelers this summer.
Trump has said "a major, major conflict" with North Korea is possible because of its nuclear and missile programs.
President Donald Trump applauded President Rodrigo Duterte for his violent crackdown on drugs in the Philippines, according to the New York Times.
Moves to downgrade China's credit rating do not indicate imminent trouble for the world's second-largest economy but instead point to the country's "worrisome" long-term direction of travel, global economic analysts have said.
Philippine President Duterte said he wouldn't rule out placing the entire country under martial law if the threat of Islamic State spreads.
China has rejected a move by Moody's to lower its credit rating, saying the downgrade exaggerates the difficulties facing the economy and underestimates the government's reform agenda.
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Omar Lamrani, Stratfor, says both the Trump administration and America's European allies are likely engaged in behind the scenes negotiation and bargaining.
With the more room for dollar weakness ahead, euro/dollar could hit $1.20 in twelve months, says Tan Teck Leng, UBS Wealth Management.
Jim Sarni, Payden & Rygel, says stock markets might be rallying but bond yields are telling a different story.