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  • Traders walk past a board at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong

    A Greece exit from the euro zone could lead emerging market equities to retest the lows reached during the Lehman bankruptcy in 2008, spurred by mass capital outflow on heightened risk aversion, say strategists.

  • China

    China stocks are set to continue to rise after infrastructure stocks propelled the benchmark Shanghai Composite higher by 1.19 percent to end 2361.37 on Monday.

  • Engineers test networking equipment at the Huawei Technologies Co. campus in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China.

    The EU is poised to launch one of its biggest trade cases against China in a generation after telling member states it has compiled firm evidence that Beijing’s telecommunications equipment companies have benefited from illegal state subsidies. The FT reports.

  • The Sun Hung Kai Centre building in Hong Kong, China

    While the corruption case against the joint chairmen of Asia’s biggest developer Hong Kong’s Sun Hung Kai Properties will lead to share price volatility over the next 12 months, analysts say the company remains a buy based on its high-quality asset base and solid income stream.

  • Trader monitors foreign exchange and the stock index at Gaitame.com, a foreign exchange trading company on November 26, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. U.S. Dollars fell below 87 yen, lowest level in 14 years.

    The recent panic selling of Asian stocks on fears of a possible euro zone break up is almost over with most indices in the region having bottomed out, says one analyst, who recommends buying now as central banks are likely to start pumping liquidity into the financial markets soon.

  • Educators say that the academic rift between boys and girls in China is apparent, and statistics indicate that it is quickly growing wider. The NYT reports.

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    Laurence Graff - known for his lack of following the money - says his listing of Graff Diamonds to raise almost $1 billion on the Hong Kong stock exchange, is part of a succession plan. The FT reports.

  • Shanghai skyline

    China stocks are set for more weakness this week as concerns about the EU and China's own economy linger. Eight out of ten brokerages surveyed by the China Securities Journal forecast downside.

  • China: Economy on the Brink?

    Discussing whether China's economy could be on the brink of collapse, with Gordon Chang, Forbes columnist, and Peter Navarro, UC-Irvine business professor.

  • Gold

    Since the price of gold spacer has not ratcheted up in this latest Europe driven downturn, some say surely that must mean that the wisdom of owning gold is now null and void. I disagree; gold should still be a part of your investment plan.

  • Pedestrian commute in Shanghai, China

    Chinese stocks will outperform by five percent over the next three months and investors should look to buy now, Helen Zhu, chief China strategist at Goldman Sachs, told CNBC on Wednesday.

  • Air India aircrafts are seen parked on the tarmac of the international airport in Mumbai on April 29, 2011. Air India on April 28 sought a court order against striking pilots as a stoppage over pay entered a second day, grounding dozens of flights and causing widespread disruption for passengers. AFP PHOTO/Punit PARANJPE (Photo credit should read PUNIT PARANJPE/AFP/Getty Images)

    India has threatened to ban European airlines from its airspace if Brussels sanctions Indian carriers in a dispute over an EU plan to charge carriers for their pollution. The FT reports.

  • South Korean President Lee Myung-bak

    The framework for a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between South Korea and China may be ready in two years, said the South Korean President.

  • World in Hand

    Investing in emerging markets is at the forefront of corporations’ growth strategies. But entering one of these fast-growing regions presents considerable challenges. This blogger has some suggestions on what companies can do to make the sourcing of emerging market opportunities more rewarding.

  • Day traders at a local brokerage in Hong Kong

    China stocks are set for more rangebound trading on Friday, as investors continued to grapple with global and domestic economic uncertainties.

  • Emerging Markets Exposure to Europe

    Which emerging markets are most exposed to the euro zone crisis? David Riedel, Riedel Research Group, provides the best global plays.

  • Beijing, China

    Continued weakness in China’s economic data, as well as growing risks of a Greek exit from the euro zone, will drive Beijing to launch aggressive stimulus measures in order to prevent a further deterioration of growth in the world’s second largest economy, economists and strategists told CNBC.

  • Macau's casinos at dusk

    Macau gaming stocks have fallen out of favor, with the major names sliding an average of 20 percent since the beginning of May on worries about a sharp slowdown in gambling revenues. But, according to analysts at Nomura, the correction may be close to an end and the recent drop could present an attractive buying opportunity.

  • Shanghai stock exchange

    China stocks may trade lower on Thursday, weighed down by uncertainties about the global economy and China's own fiscal policy response.