Singapore real estate is in danger of losing some of its shine, as the market had slipped four places in 2014, down from third place this year.» Read More
Tuesday's trading in the Chinese market may be affected by the July HSBC flash PMI data, the earliest monthly indicator of China's industrial activity, due out at 10:30 Beijing time, and growing worries about the euro zone.
The U.S. will make little progress tackling high unemployment before 2014 unless the Federal Reserve eases policy further, one of the central bank’s leading officials has warned in the run-up to a meeting next week where the option of “QE3” will be on the table. The FT reports.
Jimmy Koh, Head of Research and Investor Relations, UOB says that investors are looking for safe havens despite low returns.
A slowdown in the broader Chinese economy hasn’t had an impact on the advertising market, WPP Group CEO Sir Martin Sorrell, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Friday.
Sales of new models costing more than $75,000 have slowed down.
Singapore's residential market has rebounded by almost 50% in the last two years, but it could be headed for a perfect storm in a couple of years if all the ingredients like falling demand, more supply and higher interest rates kick in together.
The Chinese market has gained for three consecutive sessions, despite the fact that the benchmark index is still trading near six-month lows.
There are plenty of investors and analysts who are optimistic. After three straight months of outflows, emerging market equity funds tracked by EPFR Global attracted more than $700m of investments in the first two weeks of July, reports the Financail Times.
A.S. Thiyaga Rajan, MD at Aquarius Investment Advisors says that India could grow at about 8% if it boosts infrastructure investment.
Alex Feldman, President at the US-ASEAN Business Council says that there are a lot of opportunities in Myanmar but it's going to take a while before big U.S. firms make major investments there.
Mansoor Mohi-uddin, Chief Currency Strategist, UBS Investment Bank says the bank is sticking to its forecast of 1.15 for the euro.
CNBC presents a list of 10 foreign-owned brands, businesses and landmarks that are perceived by the public to be as American as it gets.
In a testament to its power as symbol of status and wealth, the high-end handbag gets its own museum in a bag-shaped temple in Seoul.
Lack of clarity on future policy may keep the Chinese market trading in a narrow range on Thursday.
Soldiers danced in Pyongyang's plazas as North Korea announced Wednesday that leader Kim Jong Un was named marshal, a title cementing his status atop the authoritarian nation's military as he makes key changes to the 1.2 million-man force.
The U.S. Federal Reserve could ease monetary policy when policymakers meet in August or September, although a large move is more likely to come only after the elections later in the year, Goldman Sachs said in a report.
Chatib Basri, Chairman of the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board says the country needs to move away from its dependence on cheap labor and natural resources, and towards a productivity-driven economy.
China's central bank reserves are barely growing, and that is bad news for the euro.
Investors may stay sidelined as the cabinet meeting on second half economic policies is expected to be held Wednesday.
China's workers are among the least likely in Asia to see their jobs as ideal, a survey by consultancy Gallup Inc. shows. Caixin reports.
Atul Goyal, Senior Analyst at Jefferies pits the Microsoft XBox against Son's Playstation.
Abah Ofon, Director, Agricultural Commodities Research at Standard Chartered tells CNBC"s Cash Flow that India's agricultural subsidies are a sensitive issue because stockpiling soft commodities distorts trade flows.
Nick Verdi, Director, FX Strategy Asia Pacific ex-Japan at Barclays tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he thinks yuan carry trades are the way to go in 2014.