China's central bank cut the reserve requirement ratio for all banks by 100 basis points on Sunday, the second reduction in two months.» Read More
A month after a landslide election win, India's new government finds itself having to take action to fulfill a pledge to contain inflation.
The failed Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange, Mt.Gox, received court approval on Tuesday to begin Chapter 15 bankruptcy proceedings in the United States.
CTS Technology will face the largest fine in the FCC's history for marketing illegal devices that block phone calls and other radio signals.
Over 100,000 tons of alumina stored at Qingdao port is missing, deepening fears that firms exposed to a metals financing scam could face big losses.
Vietnam will lower the mid-point rate for trading the dong on the interbank market by 1 percent to support exports, the central bank said.
Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday that China's economy would not suffer a hard landing and would continue to grow at a medium to high pace.
China Investment Corporation has been accused by China's top auditor of mismanagement, dereliction of duty and poor due diligence.
New Zealand's economy expanded at its fastest annual rate in over six years during the first quarter on a surge in construction.
As saber-rattling in the South China Sea rises, more trade could help to ease tensions, IHS Senior Consultant for Country Risks Amarjit Singh says.
South Korea's latest hit drama is inspiring new travel hotspots and influencing what people throughout Asia wear, eat and buy.
Increasing comfort with the outlook for China's economy will make emerging markets the best performing asset class in the second half, says ING.
Michael Hasenstab said that Japan's easy money policy will bolster global liquidity, but he warned that debt conditions there are worrisome.
Thailand's central bank left its key interest rate unchanged on Wednesday, and cut its growth forecast for 2014 to 1.5 percent.
The Australian dollar has stubbornly resisted broad expectations it would weaken, and now some bears are starting to step away from their calls.
China's President Xi Jinping may have been pushing his own family to sell hundreds of millions of dollars in investments as he tackles corruption.
Singapore is synonymous with a first-rate quality of life, but employees in the city are among the region's least satisfied.
China's home prices rose at the slowest annual pace so far this year in May, official data showed on Wednesday.
Japan's exports and imports tumbled in May, raising concern about the outlook for the country as it weathers a rise in consumption tax.
Indonesia's twin budget and current account deficits are threatening to "go wild" once again, and soon, warns Société Générale.
China's army is relaxing standards to allow shorter, fatter and more myopic soldiers to recruit the brainpower needed to man its high-tech weapons.
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Mark Todd, director, Debt Markets at National Australia Bank, says investors are looking to buy the dip in U.S. Treasurys on the back of any Fed movement.
David Lennox, resources analyst at Fat Prophets, says big miners like Rio Tinto will have a better chance of surviving the rout in iron ore prices, but it is hard to say for sure in the junior end.
Sean Fenton, director & portfolio manager at Tribeca Investment Partners, discusses the risk of "Grexit" ahead of the country's meeting with the eurogroup of finance ministers on April 24.