The Japanese spent more than they saved in the 12 months ended March 2014, the first time that's happened since the data set began in 1955.» Read More
India's e-commerce market is heating up after the country's largest online marketplace introduced same-day delivery to battle rivals Amazon and Flipkart.
New Zealand will be the “rock star” economy of 2014, with growth set to outpace most of its developed markets peers, according to HSBC.
China stocks hit their lowest level in almost five months, with some strategists warning that investors are yet to heed what the market is saying.
At least 14 people were killed and 10 others hurt in a stampede during a gathering at a mosque in northwest China on Sunday. NBC reports.
Growth in China's services sector slowed sharply in December to its lowest point since August 2011, adding to signs of slowing momentum.
Japanese equities have basked in bullish calls for quite some time, but after a near 60 percent rally in 2013, their universal popularity is slipping.
Amid a conflict between Bangladesh's two main political parties as polls opened for the general elections on Sunday was ominous. The NYT reports.
Economic data from China and central bank meetings in Indonesia, the Philippines and South Korea will help markets get back into full swing this week.
Residential housing prices in China have been rising rapidly, sending thousands of Chinese fleeing fast-rising property prices by heading underground.
Concern about China's debt load is mounting, but there are signs that higher interest rates may finally be helping the country get to grips.
Thousands of anti-government protesters marched through the Thai capital, a prelude to broader action next week when they want to shut down Bangkok.
The future direction of China is the "major" source of uncertainty facing the global economy, according to billionaire investor George Soros.
As Manmohan Singh announced his departure as Prime Minister of India, he argued: “History will be kinder to me than the contemporary media.”
Bargain hunters eyeing battered Thai shares should hold their fire as the political turmoil might be different from previous episodes, analysts said.
Currency wars is threatening to make a comeback at the start of 2014, judging by a rise in official rhetoric from Japan’s neighbors about a weak yen.
The Pentagon waived laws banning Chinese-built components on US weapons to keep the F-35 fighter program on track in 2012 and 2013, a report said.
Several striking Cambodian garment workers were wounded Friday when police opened fire during a confrontation with the protesters, witnesses said.
Indonesia reported a surprisingly large trade surplus for November which could give the central bank room to keep its benchmark rate unchanged.
Wal-Mart Stores has recalled donkey meat sold at some outlets in China after tests showed the product contained the DNA of other animals.
There's not much in the way of New Year cheer for China stocks as the market braces for the resumption of new listings.
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