Nintendo's shares fell 10 percent in early trade after they more than doubled in value on the record-breaking success of the "Pokemon Go" mobile game.
The Samarco dam disaster forced BHP Billiton to miss its iron ore guidance for 2016, but the mining giant upped production in Australia.
IMA Asia's Richard Martin says China's stimulus had given the commodities complex a lift but it might not last past 2016.
A new report shows how health insurers in the US pay a higher amount for certain prescription drugs and common surgeries compared to other developed countries.
Rio Tinto says it's on track to meet FY iron ore shipment guidance from its Australian mines, underscoring robust Chinese demand.
Rio Tinto has cut costs, hiked productivity and made technological gains at several of its operations, says Martin Place Securities' Barry Dawes.
Andreas Sennheiser's passion for music drives his commitment to a 71-year-old legacy, while pursuing audio innovation.
The USD/JPY will likely be capped at 106.4 because further stimulus won't keep yen weak in the long-term, says Compass Global Market's Tony Boyadjian.
With global fixed income yields low, Asia and emerging market bonds and credit offer attractive returns, a portfolio manager at Fidelity told CNBC.
Pokémon Go is a mobile smash hit, but fans have been disappointed by the game's slow international release, reported the Verge.
Australian banks' exposure to housing market leverage, plus a potential of credit rating cut, are major risks, says Crestone Wealth CIO David Sokulsky.
Turnbull will struggle to gain support for legislation because the diverse Senate doesn't share many common values, Murdoch University's Ian Cook warns.
Australia's ruling Coalition will struggle to get legislation such as corporate tax cuts passed, says the Australian National University's Ian McAlister.
Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Sunday said his ruling coalition government has won victory in an extremely close federal election.
David Lennox, Resources Analyst at Fat Prophets, is bullish on iron ore, and expects prices to hover between $50- and $55 per tonne by year end.
Australia has cut its iron ore price forecast for 2016 and 2017, citing slow demand growth and a well-supplied market.
More people are looking to buy gold amid shrinking supply, which should spark a price rally, explains Barry Dawes of Paradigm Securities.
Australia faces the prospect of losing its vaunted AAA rating, after S&P Global Ratings lowered the outlook on the country's debt to negative.
Jacanda Capital's Philip Alexander says Australia's Kogan IPO came at a terrible timing given global uncertainties and investors fleeing to safe havens.
Treasurer Scott Morrison says the budget presented to parliament in May is necessary to drive investment in the non-mining sectors.