Global equities lost ground on Friday as traders grappled with an outage of Bloomberg financial terminals and fears of a regulatory clampdown.» Read More
Sentiment towards Japanese stocks may start to improve again now the government has started acting on its promise to deliver long-term economic reform.
An obscure smartphone maker has done what some feared was impossible: created a successful European challenger to tech giants Samsung and Apple.
Samsung is buying more local bonds with its $60 billion cash pile as domestic banks grow reluctant to overload on deposits from the giant.
Alibaba's revenue growth slipped in the first quarter, but the real question is how much money it can make in mobile transactions.
Britain says Chinese tourists can use the same website to apply for a British and a Schengen visa, which allows travel to almost all EU countries.
Corporate debt in Asia-Pacific will exceed that of North America and Europe combined by 2016 as the center of gravity shifts to the region, says S&P.
Economic data from China and commentary from central banks across the region will set the tone of trade in Asia-Pacific this week.
Competition to acquire Alstom has intensified, as Siemens and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries are expected to make a joint offer, the NYT reports.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will arrive in London on Monday evening for talks on billion-dollar trade deals.
The number of private homes sold by developers in Singapore in May was the highest monthly figure in almost a year, government data showed on Monday.
China's gradual monetary policy loosening may be discreet, but the cumulative effect is proving just as powerful as an outright cut in bank reserves.
The yuan, which saw its biggest weekly jump in 2½ years last week, is set to continue on its appreciation path, say strategists.
China will hit its 7.5 percent growth target, Chinese Premier Li said, adding the government was ready to adjust policy to make sure it does.
As tensions between China and Hong Kong swell, more mainlanders are choosing to vacation in Taiwan.
After taking a social media drubbing for accepting self-censorship in China, LinkedIn faces obstacles - local rivals and a unique workforce mindset.
China is attempting to end the last in a series of labor disputes involving some of the world’s most powerful companies. The FT reports.
China property vacancies have climbed to more than 20 percent of sold units, but analysts are divided on whether a real estate crash is in the offing.
While China remains the world’s fastest-growing economy, it is also Asia’s worst performing stock market, The Fiscal Times reports.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe moved closer to easing constitutional curbs that have kept Japan's military from fighting abroad since World War Two.
A slew of data from China on Friday provided fresh signs that the economy is stabilizing, aided by targeted stimulus measures from Beijing.
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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.