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India's elections reaches a climax on Monday as Narendra Modi seeks a personal mandate to govern by his modernized brand of Hindu nationalism.
U.K. satellite company Inmarsat is offering a free tracking service to all passenger airlines.
Japan's March current account surplus stood at 116.4 billion yen, data on Monday showed, below analyst forecasts for a 305 billion yen surplus.
The chairman of Samsung Electronics, Lee Kun-hee, was in stable condition Sunday after suffering a heart attack.
Emerging market assets have suffered through a brutal selloff, but now the sentiment tide is taking a sharper turn toward the once-shunned segment.
A new survey shows that workers in Singapore feel less committed to their jobs than their Asian peers.
The main drivers for Asian markets this week will be data from Japan and China, Australia's budget and the results of India's general election.
China's foreign currency reserves has become a headache as its rise could stoke inflation in the long term, Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday.
Singapore and Hong Kong are most likely to be burned by U.S. Federal Reserve rate hikes, according to international research house Capital Economics.
An economic recovery may be taking hold, but it hasn't translated into earnings at Singapore Airlines as supply outpaces demand, the carrier's CEO said.
China will not use any large-scale stimulus to boost its economy, its central bank chief was reported as saying on Saturday.
A subtle warning: investors should know that Alibaba founder Jack Ma might work against the company's best interests.
Alibaba's IPO marks both the end of the old Chinese Internet era and the beginning of the country's rise as a global leader in tech.
China's annual consumer inflation rose 1.8 percent in April, slower than March's 2.4 percent rise, data on Friday showed.
Raising Japan's female workforce participation won't just boost economic growth, it also offers significant investment potential, Goldman said.
Next week's federal budget in Australia is expected to be tough, yet analysts reckon the pain is unlikely to be as harsh as anticipated.
Geopolitical tensions in Asia have resurfaced, knocking Vietnam stocks down over 5 percent on Thursday.
Here's a timeline of recent developments highlighting friction in Asia over the South and East China Seas.
Japan's Toyota Motor forecast a 2.4 percent drop in net profit for the year to March 2015, below analyst estimates.
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While base wages are being raised, Japanese firms are not increasing bonuses as quickly, which dims the outlook of consumption spending, says Marcel Thieliant, Japan economist at Capital Economics.
Henry Smith, senior consultant at Control Risks Middle East, says the extension in nuclear talks indicates that negotiating parties "see a successful way out."
Julia Wang, Greater China economist at HSBC, says a slowing manufacturing sector is the culprit in China's sluggish growth and discusses the deposit-insurance system set to begin in May.