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Singapore Telecommunications beat forecasts with a 6 percent rise in third-quarter net profit on strength in its regional affiliates.
China released a batch of blowout trade numbers on Wednesday, which many analysts attribute to distortions created by the Lunar New Year holidays.
China's banks, already confronting a credit crackdown and bad debt concerns, may face new headwinds as Internet players enter – and disrupt – the market.
Nguyen Van Tuon seems unconcerned that his business driving Vietnamese gamblers across the border to Cambodian casinos is under threat.
Singapore's famously efficient government faces a challenge stymieing many countries: safely guiding its toppish property market to a soft landing.
Toyota Motor on Wednesday issued a recall for all 1.9 million of the third-generation Prius cars sold worldwide, due to a programming glitch.
Ibris Nickel is one of hundreds of small miners squeezed by a controversial mineral export ban imposed last month.
A member of Thailand's Election Commission said it may prove impossible to complete this month's election and the whole vote may need to be re-run.
Singapore's plans for an international commercial court are set to help it siphon away more legal business from rivals like London and Hong Kong.
India's trade deficit narrowed in January, but analysts are warning that now is not the time to ease gold import controls.
China may have the world’s second-largest economy but here are five reasons why it will fail to dominate global commerce, says investor Ed Sappin.
A 500-tonne gap in China's gold consumption data is fueling talk that the central bank stockpiled the precious metal on weak prices last year.
The Australian dollar received a leg up on Tuesday after an upbeat local business survey helped the currency break a key chart barrier.
China's trade growth may have ground to a halt in January, fueling further concerns over the outlook for the world's second largest economy.
China was among the selloffs' casualties, leaving its shares cheaper than laggards Turkey and Argentina and possibly offering bargains.
The emerging markets sell-off could boost mining companies, analysts said on Tuesday, ahead of earnings from some of the sector's biggest names.
Aston Martin recalled its sports cars. It sheds light on automakers getting automobiles key parts from China without implementing quality measures.
Toyota Motor said on Monday it would stop production in Australia by 2017, ending a once-vibrant production base and thousands of jobs.
Chinese companies are flocking to the U.S. IPO market, undeterred by an accounting row between Washington and Beijing.
The recent emerging market rout is overdone and investors will wake up to the opportunities there, analysts told CNBC on Tuesday.
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Dalia Kaye, director of the Center for Middle East Public Policy at RAND Corporation, says the negotiating parties are unlikely to "walk away empty handed" after investing considerable amount of time.
Boris Schlossberg, managing director of BK Asset Management, says there could be a "volatile, short reaction" to Friday's jobs data followed by an extended reaction next week when markets return from the Easter holiday.
Mark Eibel, chief investment strategist at Russell Investments, says 2015 will be a year for investors to own assets beyond U.S. large caps.