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Gold is one of the most widely held financial assets – but that doesn't mean everyone understands why it goes higher or lower.
Only 11 days since taking over as Chinese president, Xi Jinping is already in Africa offering goodies with "no political strings." GlobalPost reports.
For a fraction of the cost of buying a supercar, laymen drivers can drive a Ferrari on a closed course for a few laps. This experience is sold by businesses and manufacturers, and even though it’s over quickly, it’s exhilarating and unforgettable.
Although markets initially held up in the face of renewed chaos, market watchers and analysts are warning that the flare up in the euro zone debt crisis could once again curb investor sentiment.
The resurgence in the initial public offerings (IPO) market is a sign that investors are once again growing more optimistic despite flare-ups in the euro zone debt crisis, according to the CEO of the London Stock Exchange.
Macau casino operator Galaxy Entertainment Group more than doubled its net profit in 2012 to a record high, lifted by spending from mainland Chinese visitors to its flagship property in Macau.
Singapore's industrial output fell 16.6 percent in February from a year earlier, worse than a median forecast of a contraction of 10.5 percent according to Reuters.
The decision to further push back the re-opening of Cypriot banks may be seen as a signal of further uncertainty in the crisis-hit island nation. But analysts tell CNBC that on the contrary, the move will help restore investor confidence.
Japanese courts are stepping up pressure on the government to reform the country's electoral system or risk having the results of last year's general election invalidated. The Financial Times reports.
U.S. shale gas may not be the panacea being touted by Japan's politicians and companies to sharply reduce the country's crippling energy bills.
While concerned about the tough business environment in Europe, Douglas Oberhelman, the CEO of Caterpillar, hopes the "sun will rise" over the continent.
Australia's Sundance Resources said its suitor Hanlong would fail to meet a deadline on Tuesday to supply credit approval for its long-delayed $1.4 billion takeover offer.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said the central bank will seek to push down yields across the curve by purchasing longer-dated government bonds, underscoring its resolve to aggressively beat deflation.
South Korea's economy grew a seasonally adjusted 0.3 percent in the October-December period from the previous quarter and by 1.5 percent from a year before, revised data showed on Tuesday.
As Apple's sales outlook slows down, what happens to the tech giant's suppliers? CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.
A smaller Asian country is ahead of China in terms of the size of its direct foreign investment into Africa and the gap is widening, according to United Nations data published Monday.
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner took to the sky on Monday in the first of two flights aimed at showing that the plane's new lithium-ion battery system meets regulatory safety standards.
China's yuan hit a record high on Monday after the central bank set a firmer midpoint in response to hopes that Cyprus will avoid a banking crisis, but traders remained cautious about betting on further appreciation.
Singapore's consumer price index rose by a stronger-than-expected 4.9 percent in February from a year earlier, mainly because of a spike in private road transport costs.
Australia's prime minister appointed Gary Gray, a former adviser to the country's largest oil and gas firm Woodside Petroleum, as resources minister on Monday.
The search area for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been increased on Tuesday, says Azaharuddin Abdul Rahman, Director General, Department of Civil Aviation in Malaysia, adding that authorities are considering looking outside of current search boundaries.
Bruce Kasman, Chief Economist & MD of Global Research at J.P. Morgan, is doubtful whether the Chinese government can contain credit growth while curbing speculative capital inflows.
Frustrations are building up among families, who continue to wait for news of their loved ones on board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports from Beijing.