The Bank of Japan kept its monetary stimulus in place on Tuesday as the overall economy is recovering but downgraded its view of exports.» Read More
Yuan weakness may spike some companies' carry trades, adding further concern over emerging market corporate balance sheets amid rising offshore debt.
Piling cash into Australian Football League clubs only has a modest impact on team success, University of Melbourne research has found.
Malaysian investigators said on Monday that they have still not found anything that could be parts of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight as the search effort entered a third day.
Shares of Malaysian Airlines are likely to be weak after the weekend's tragedy, but there's reason to expect resilience.
The international investigation into the mysterious disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines flight has so far yielded more questions than answers.
Markets may be looking to Japan's central bank to goose the economy, but easing may have reached its limits, with the next phase in corporate hands.
Shares of Malaysian Airline System (MAS) hit a record low on Monday after a Boeing 777 operated by the airline went missing over the weekend.
A strike at an IBM factory in China illustrates how shifts in the country's labor market are emboldening workers to take matters into their own hands.
Copper prices fell to their lowest in four years on the Shanghai Futures Exchange on Monday, a move analysts say underscores China's bleak outlook.
New Zealand will hold its general election on Sept. 20, Prime Minister John Key said,in a vote that is likely to focus on his party's economic record.
Japan's economy grew 0.7 percent on-year in the fourth quarter of 2013, revised down from a preliminary reading of 1 percent, data on Monday showed.
Malaysia Airlines said it won't ground the remaining 14-strong Boeing 777 fleet despite the troubling disappearance of its B777-200ER aircraft.
China's consumer prices rose at their slowest rate in 13 months in February as pork prices fell by their most in over a year, a sign that slowing growth rather than rising prices poses a bigger risk to the world's second-biggest economy.
China has experienced its first corporate debt default in at least 17 years, and that might be the best thing that's happened to its bond market.
Japan Inc. doubled profits last year, much of these gains were simply a reflection of dollars and euros translating into more yen. The FT reports.
China declared a "red line" on North Korea on Saturday, saying that China will not permit war on the Korean peninsula.
India's NSE index rose as much as 1.2 percent to a record high as foreign investors bet big in a country that was just gripped by market turmoil.
A Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew went missing over the South China Sea on Saturday, presumed crashed.
China's exports in February tumbled 18.1 percent from a year earlier, official data on Saturday showed.
Against a backdrop of runaway property prices and overdevelopment, China is planning a national property tax, with many industry players' blessing.
John Vail, Chief Global Strategist, Investment Strategy Group at Nikko Asset Management, discusses the Bank of Japan's decision to keep its monetary stimulus in place on Tuesday.
It seems that winning in the Australian Football League (AFL) has little to do with how much the clubs spend, according to a new study. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.
Garry Evans, Global Head of Equity Strategy at HSBC, discusses the latest news on Toyota's plans to hike wages for the first time in nearly 6 years.