Several thousand pro-democracy protesters returned to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday in the first large-scale rally since protests rocked the global financial hub late last year.» Read More
Australia's deputy prime minister said the suspected plane debris may have sunk, after a search mission failed to turn up anything on Friday.
The hype surrounding the float of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba climbed one notch higher on Thursday, with one London-based spread better revealing expectations of an initial valuation reaching as much as $250 billion.
Investors shouldn’t fret lower growth forecasts for China's economy, Stephen Roach told CNBC, who says there is no magic number for any economy.
The slide in the yuan to near one-year lows has left it at critical levels for holders of an offshore derivatives product.
Goldman Sachs has become the latest bank to downgrade its growth forecast for China, noting the economy faces a "bumpy road ahead."
The drumbeat of bad news about China's debt defaults is likely to continue, but comparisons with Lehman Brothers or Bear Stearns may be overdone.
Japan's exports rose 9.8 percent in February from a year earlier, well below analyst expectations in a Reuters poll for a 12.4 percent rise.
South Korea’s first foreign owned casino sparked excitement over it’s potential to rival Macau, but strict regulations were dampening its chances.
Shares of Japan Display plunged on their trading debut Wednesday, with analysts attributing the dismal performance to the mispricing of its stock.
Cash-strapped Chinese are scrambling to sell their luxury homes in Hong Kong, and some are knocking up to a fifth off the price for a quick sale, as a liquidity crunch looms on the mainland.
Investigators probing the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner with 239 people on board have discounted reports the plane may have been sighted over the Maldives.
Chinese travelers, while saddened by the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, may not be put off by taking a flight abroad.
China is in talks to buy at least 150 Airbus passenger jets potentially worth $20 billion when Xi Jinping pays his first visit to Europe as president.
The yuan fell more than 1 percent versus the U.S. dollar in the Chinese currency’s biggest swing since its trading band was widened at the weekend.
China's A-shares have barely budged for the past few years, but a combination of debt-default concerns and reform moves may spur the market higher.
Toyota will pay $1.2 billion to resolve a criminal probe into its handling of complaints over safety issues, the U.S. Justice Department said.
SkyBridge's SALT Las Vegas has a lagging younger sibling, SALT Singapore.
The missing jet's U-turn was programmed into the on-board computer before the co-pilot signed off with air traffic controllers. NBCNews reports.
Japan's Fast Retailing is no longer in talks to buy U.S. clothing retailer J.Crew Group from its private equity owners.
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group is leaning toward listing its shares the NYSE instead of the Nasdaq, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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Paul Haswell, Partner of Pinsent Masons, explains why more Asian technology players are seeking merger and acquisition opportunities in Europe.
Kim Eng Tan, Senior Director, Sovereign & International Public Finance Ratings, says the ongoing rout in oil markets will boost Thailand, South Korea and India, but weigh on oil exporter Malaysia.
Jim O'Donnell, Chief Investment Officer of Forward Management, attributes the disappointment over Alibaba's revenues to "expectations getting ahead of themselves."