Upbeat China data may have allayed fears about its economy, but PNC Financial Services is cautious, warning of a "perfect storm" that could surface.» Read More
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Some economists believe India's slowdown may help turn the country away from the corruption and crony capitalism that fueled the recent boom.
Funds are rushing back into Indonesian shares this week in the wake of the emerging market sell-off, but analysts are divided on whether investors should go with the flow.
A raft of economic data out of China added to the growing list of positive surprises from the world's second-largest economy in the recent weeks.
India's trade deficit narrowed to $10.9 billion in August, helped by a double digit rise in merchandise exports, offering some respite for the troubled rupee currency.
Singapore, a hot spot for tourism in Asia, may begin to feel the heat of the currency turmoil afflicting neighboring economies as the cost for regional visitors skyrockets.
China's property market is unlikely to take a hit from tighter liquidity when the Fed pursues the tapering of its bond buying program.
Japanese regulators are scrutinizing Deutsche Bank over concerns that its employees broke Japan's anti-bribery rules.
Australian business confidence surged in August as firms hoped a Federal election would put an end to political uncertainty.
Forget the Hindenburg Omen as a precursor of disaster. The head and shoulder pattern is more reliable and this has developed in the dollar-yen chart.
Despite all the talk about Syria at last week's G20 meeting, there are some real gems for longer-term investment strategists.
Stephen Roach said he was turning bearish on India, and warned that the country's recent currency crisis should prove a "wake-up call" for investors.
Four men were found guilty on Tuesday of the rape of a woman on a bus in the Indian capital and her murder.
A rebound in Japan's real estate market is driving investors to take on more risk by buying office buildings far from Tokyo's prime districts.
China-driven demand for coal had seen it tipped to overtake oil as the biggest global fuel by 2030, but increasingly loud signals from Beijing suggest that its coal consumption may be close to the peak.
Emerging markets' currencies are crashing, and their central banks are busy tightening policy, trying to stabilize the financial markets. Who is to blame for this state of affairs?
A Thai Airways plane carrying more than 280 people skidded off the runway while landing at Bangkok's main airport, injuring 14 passengers.
Sentiment towards China has definitely turned a corner following the latest batch of data from the world's second-largest economy.
The stars appear to be realigning for Japan after winning a highly-contested race to host the 2020 Summer Olympics and posted revised second-quarter growth figures.
The Obama administration's push for a military strike against Syria has highlighted the regimes that support Assad, including a distant ally: North Korea. The Global Post reports.
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Adithep Vanabriksha, Deputy Chief Investment Officer at Aberdeen Asset Management, explains why Thailand's outlook has improved. He also names the Thai stocks which offer attractive valuations.
Nicholas Smith, Japan Strategist at CLSA, says Japan's consumer price index for June remains "decent" after stripping out the volatility in food and energy prices.
Werner Husmann, President for Asia Pacific at Steinway & Sons, highlights the rise of wealthy individuals in China as one of the factors fueling its business in the mainland.