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Eiji Toyoda, who as a member of Toyota Motor’s founding family and an architect of its method that helped turned the automaker into a global powerhouse, died on Tuesday.
Investors appear to have had a sudden change of heart – emerging market equities have come back with a vengeance over the past three weeks, outperforming global stocks.
China's crackdown on luxury goods has hit the world's luxury goods industry but Burberry remains confident of the potential of emerging markets.
The Devil, it seems, wears anything but Prada in the eyes of Chinese bloggers determined to expose corrupt officials flashing labels way past their pay grades.
Market euphoria has driven Australian shares to fresh multi-year highs but analysts warn that investors should remain cautious.
China's diamond market has steadily gobbled up market share from gold and far outstripping the growth rate in China's $76 billion jewelry sector.
Japan is on course for its longest run of trade deficits, effectively marking the end of the nation's decades-long reliance on exports.
Malaysia's office construction boom could lead to a Dubai-style property bust, CIMB warns, but other analysts expect a more muted correction.
The Indonesian rupiah, which has fallen drastically over the past few months, prompting the Indonesian central bank to take aggressive action to halt the currency's fall, has developed a parabolic trend.
Foreign banks are pushing to raise billions of dollars from expatriate Indians in response to New Delhi's drive to defend its weak currency.
Samsung will roll out a new smartwatch early next year, according to a Korean news site.
The crisis of confidence gripping India appears to have eased considerably, raising hopes that Asia's third-largest economy may be turning a corner.
Japan is set to be nuclear power-free again, and with no firm date for re-starting the energy source that provides 30 percent of electricity to its economy.
The surprise withdrawal of Fed Chairman candidate Summers will likely give risk-on trades, such as battered emerging market currencies, a boost.
Improving mainland economic data and hopes for export gains as the U.S. economy recovers have boosted Hong Kong stocks but some players, including Goldman Sachs, are sounding warnings.
This week's Fed meeting is likely to top all others in Asia, as investors wait to see if a scaling back of the monetary stimulus is about to begin.
As markets tune into how the Federal Reserve is going to rein in its massive stimulus program, so is the Bank of Japan.
Though a number of recent Olympics have disappointed host cities, some experts say Tokyo is poised to benefit from the 2020 games.
Two consortiums, including IBM and STMicroelectronics, have proposed building semiconductor wafer plants in India costing a total of $8 billion.
China looks to be lightening the load for its students, or perhaps it's just making them even better.
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Ahead of Singapore Airlines' first quarter earnings on late Wednesday, Timothy Ross, Head of Asia Pacific Transport Research at Credit Suisse, discusses his estimates.
With Japanese firms opting to replenish their stocks soon, there will be a rebound in industrial output moving forward, says Martin Schulz, Senior Economist at Fujitsu Research Institute.
Allegations about Russia massing troops near Ukraine and supplying weaponry to rebels are not proven, says Leonid P. Moiseev, Russian Federation's Ambassador to Singapore.