Chinese stocks rebounded on Wednesday, taking the lead in a broader recovery in Asian markets.» Read More
Asian equities extended losses into a third session on Wednesday following a selloff on Wall Street overnight and steady Chinese inflation data.
Europe's economy has dragged itself out of the crisis' darkest depths, but some question whether the stock markets' rally has outpaced the recovery.
China's slowing property market may draw comparisons with the U.S. housing bust, but some are calling a recovery and see bargains in developer stocks.
For Japan, a tax cut at the center of PM Shinzo Abe's latest growth strategy will end up giving with one hand - and taking back with the other.
Argentina's Minister Kicillof says the country is being pushed toward a new default after a U.S. Supreme Court decision favored holdout creditors.
Brazil's economy has stumbled badly, but some say upcoming elections and polls showing rising dissatisfaction with the government may herald change.
Indonesia's presidential election is two weeks away and a narrowing lead for frontrunner Joko "Jokowi" Widodo spells uncertainty for local markets.
China shares are stuck between hopes low valuations may spur bargain buying and fears of a potential credit crisis, but some see trading opportunities.
Household debt in Asia is growing quickly, spurring concerns consumers may struggle to pay their bills as interest rates start to tick higher.
Both markets are wooing buyers, even as they flash different messages about the economy.
China will cut the level of reserves banks must hold for those that have sizable loans to the farming sector and small- and medium-sized firms.
The dollar rose, getting a lift from fatter Treasury yields and investor anxieties about policy shifts from the ECB.
Japan's Dai-ichi Life Insurance Co. has agreed to buy U.S. peer Protective Life for $5.7 billion, the largest acquisition by a Japanese insurer.
Thousands of oncologists, investors, researchers and analysts descended on Chicago for the annual ASCO, the year's biggest cancer research meeting.
General Electric has improved its offer for French train and turbine maker Alstom, with a pledge to create 1,000 jobs in France, sources said.
Bargain hunters sharpening their knives in hopes Thailand’s coup will bring buying opportunities should put the silverware away, Goldman said.
Asian stocks ended mostly higher on Thursday on upbeat Chinese data and the Federal Reserve's reassurance that rates would not rise anytime soon.
The historic mandate won by India's BJP party has amped up enthusiasm for Indian stocks, with banks raising their targets for the Sensex index.
Data points from Asia's two biggest economies, the Bank of Japan and the Federal Reserve will likely influence regional markets this week.
Gold ended above $1,300 an ounce on Wednesday after the dollar and global equities came under pressure.