Hedge funds and other big money managers in Hong Kong aren't panicking about the democracy protests sweeping the city.
Government officials say protests are hurting Hong Kong's short- and long-term economy, but many say otherwise.
Russia's central bank said on Tuesday it did not plan to implement "any kind" of capital controls.
Russia is considering weighing introducing temporary capital controls if the flow of money out of the country intensifies, Bloomberg reported.
Protesters in Hong Kong are getting a lot of international exposure, but the outcry may mask the territory's fading importance to the mainland.
Expectations of Fed tightening may spur fears of a rerun of emerging market turmoil, but Societe Generale tips a strong dollar as a bigger risk.
U.S. Mint has sold more than 50,000 ounces of American Eagle gold coins so far in September.
The unrest in Hong Kong is "disturbing" but it shouldn't cause investors to sell China stocks, Jeremy Siegel told CNBC on Monday.
Trouble in the streets could disrupt a big series of art and collectible auctions in Hong Kong over the next few weeks.
Student protesters and cautiously watching elites have economic incentives to oppose Beijing, experts say.
Despite protests for democratic elections in Hong Kong, Beijing is unwilling to compromise. NBC News reports.
A “poisonous combination” of low economic growth and high debt could catapult the world into its next crisis, led by China.
Occupy Central, a Hong Kong democracy group, has launched a long-planned disobedience movement there, the FT reported.
The new, post-Edward Snowden smartphone is the first that will disrupt American spying, the New York Times reports.
The Indian prime minister is being welcomed by corporate executives, Indian Americans and, most importantly, Barack Obama.
India's move to cancel allocations of coal reserves promises plenty of turmoil, but it may be more business friendly than it first appears.
A number of factors appear to be moving markets around, and there are at least two developments that are getting a lot of attention.
Vladimir Putin slapped restrictions on U.S. poultry imports. Are American chicken farmers worried? No. No, they're not.
Bankers, brokers, and hedge funds have all been quietly expanding their Asian operations to take advantage of the biggest opening into China in years.
Thailand's stock rally this year would be stunning even without a mid-May coup, but analysts are divided on whether the market can get a second wind.