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There is some "light at the end of the tunnel" for Australian food manufacturers that have suffered under the weight of a strong Australian dollar.
Shares of SCMP Group, the publisher of the South China Morning Post, fell as much as 10 percent in resumed trade on Tuesday after it said it was in talks about the possible acquisition of a group of media companies.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is out to prove that the man who threw in the towel after barely a year in office has what it takes to survive as a long-term leader.
Put next to NASDAQ and S&P rallies, U.S. Crude oil's performance looks a little ordinary.
Australia's central bank saw scope to cut interest rates further if needed, but felt it prudent to hold steady at its February meeting given parts of the economy were already responding.
A record number of visitors helped Hong Kong's Disneyland to finally turn a profit for the first time. The Global Post reports.
Chinese telecommunications company Huawei said on Monday it had not worked with an institute in Singapore on any projects in the specialist field of an American engineer who died mysteriously last year.
In the last month or so, in an effort to stimulate growth, central bankers have begun a new round of creative experiments. This should lead to more market volatility and unexpected investment opportunities, particularly in currencies.
The Singapore dollar slid on Monday after worse-than-expected export data, though it later recouped some of its early losses as it neared a key chart support level.
As the Nikkei 225 scales a 33-month high, investors risk getting burnt as analysts warn of a correction.
Gold bounced back from a drubbing that sent the precious metal to a six-month low late last week, however, analysts say further upside is dependent on whether gold can hold on to a key support level over the next few days.
British Prime Minister David Cameron arrives in India on Monday to try to win new investment in the face of fierce global competition.
Ong Hui Juan spent nearly four years working in a bank, but decided to leave last year to pursue her passion of working with youth - an unusual and surprising decision in achievement-oriented Singapore.
Despite easing inflation and expectations of further interest rate cuts, India's central bank governor is striking a hawkish note, saying that the room for monetary easing is limited.
Former top financial bureaucrat Toshiro Muto is the leading candidate to become Japan's next central bank governor with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to pick a nominee as early as this week.
The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Lagarde strongly dismissed concerns over a so-called currency war on the sidelines of the Group of 20 nations (G-20) meeting of finance ministers and central bankers in Moscow.
Analysts warned against expecting a further drop in the yen even as it continued its slide against the dollar on Monday after global finance ministers at the weekend avoided directly criticizing Japan for pursuing policies that have led to significant weakness in its currency.
Thailand's economy grew by 3.6 percent in the final quarter of 2012 from the previous three months and by 6.4 percent in 2012 as a whole.
In a rare show of protest, Singaporeans staged a rally to reject new government population policies.
India's finance minister plans to cut the public spending target for fiscal 2013/14 by up to 10 percent from this year's original target, in what would be the most austere budget in recent history.
European officials issued a stern warning to bitcoin users. CNBC's Julia Wood has the details.
Viktor Shvets, Head of Strategy Research, Asia at Macquarie tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he thinks QE taper is irrelevant to the ASEAN markets.
Mark Matthews, Head of Research Asia, Bank Julius Baer discusses Indian markets.