With the new year in sight, a number of themes are set to grip Asia in 2014 including housing prices, the Chinese stock market and social unrest.» Read More
Traders in China are expected to focus on earnings results and a batch of economic data this week.
The resurgence of American auto manufacturing in the 1980s is an example of how one industry created tens of thousands of good jobs. The NYT reports.
Volatile oil prices, rising inflation, slowing emerging markets, and geopolitical tension have left investors hesitant to make moves in the oil market. But some analysts are confident that oil companies are in a strong position moving forward.
Which locations have Wall Street companies chosen for their mid-level operations? Read ahead to find out.
The European Central Bank (ECB) may have warned markets not to bet on a break-up of the euro zone, but it did little to back it up with action sending the already battered euro into further decline.
David Carden, United States Ambassador to ASEAN says that Asean's integration blueprint is extremely ambitious and that the group has already achieved 60-70% of their goals.
Friday may see more choppy trading after Thursday's speculation-fueled trading session.
China’s spectacular performance at the London Olympic Games while brining cheer to its fans has done little to boost the prospects of its sportswear firms back home, which have been struggling to grow their share of the $19 billion sportswear market.
The weak Indian rupee has impacted earning s at Standard Chartered Bank and India needs to exercise some “fiscal control” with regards to the currency, Jaspal Bindra, CEO Asia for Standard Chartered, said on Thursday.
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The collapse of three of India’s five electricity grids left more than half the country’s 1.2 billion population without power. Click ahead to see images from the blackout.
Ned Cloonan, Ned Cloonan Associates president & CEO, discusses how to make it big in China and why it's not for everyone, with Stephen Roach, Yale University senior fellow.
With a drier-than-hoped monsoon season, power outages threatening to cripple large parts of the economy, high interest rates and inflation, India’s growth story has faltered this year.
July PMI data may sway the direction of trading on Wednesday.
As European banks continue to pull back in Asia, reeling under the debt crisis back home, regional banks are filling in the gap by buying their assets and increasing lending, say analysts.
Ritesh Maheshwari, MD, Financial Services Ratings for Asia-Pacific, Standard & Poor's discusses how Asia Pacific banks are expanding their presence in the region.
David Marshall, Senior Analyst, Asia-Pacific Financials, CreditSights says that the level of loan losses are low for Japanese banks but earnings are volatile due to huge bond investments.
Concerns about a regulatory clean-up of junk stocks and doubts over whether the economy has bottomed out may continue to dog trading in China on Tuesday.
As Apple and Samsung Electronics head to the courts in the United States on Monday in a technology-patent trial that has a lot at stake for both firms, one intellectual property expert tells CNBC that Apple is in a stronger position than its Asian rival.
Muthukrishnan Ramaswami, President of the Singapore Exchange says asset classes in ASEAN have done well and increasing interest in the region is good for the SGX.
Stephen Schwartz, Chief Economist for Asia at BBVA, says that risky assets could see a bout of volatility when tapering happens.
Paul Trainor, Senior Portfolio Manager at Macquarie Private Portfolio Management says investors should be careful before jumping into the stock, despite a 30% fall over the past two days.
Marty Mosby, Banking Analyst at Guggenheim Partners, tells CNBC's Cash Flow that the Volcker Rule has already been priced into banking stocks and interest rates.