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Two convicted Australian drug smugglers were transferred on Wednesday from a Bali prison to an island for execution along with other foreigners
The Reserve Bank of India surprised markets on Wednesday by cutting rates for the second time this year.
Sony announced that Project Morpheus – a virtual reality headset exclusively for the PlayStation 4 – will be available to consumers in the first half of 2016.
The hashtag #beefban is blowing up on Twitter after Maharashtra imposed a jail sentence and fine for the sale or possession of the red meat.
Australia's economy continued to show sluggish growth in the fourth quarter, adding to the case for further stimulus in the coming months.
Australia has ordered the Chinese owner of a A$39 million Sydney mansion to sell up, amid government attempts to cool down the property market.
Chinese president Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign is shaking the People's Liberation Army to its core, the FT reports.
The long-standing inverse correlation between the yen and Japanese stock prices has broken down, suggesting the Nikkei could rise even if the yen doesn't weaken further.
India's Maharashtra state, has introduced a beef ban, which includes up to five years imprisonment for the sale or possession of beef. The Financial Times reports.
More of China's wealthy are participating in the country's biggest annual political event, underscoring the close ties between politics and business.
Alibaba Group Holding will provide Taiwan with the information required about its business, Executive Chairman Jack Ma said on Tuesday.
The Reserve Bank of Australia on Tuesday held back on further monetary easing, surprising most market watchers who were expecting a second rate cut in as many months.
After shaking up the global smartphone industry with its low-cost handsets, Xiaomi is moving on to its next target: the action camera market.
Singapore kept its title as the world's most expensive city for the second consecutive year, the Economist Intelligence Unit said in a new survey.
China's economy will be at the forefront as parliament convenes for its annual meeting this week, meeting the challenging of reforms and deflation.
A new scheme allowing short selling of Chinese stocks via the Hong Kong market has failed to attract a single order on its first day of operation.
New measures by the world's top gold consumer to reduce imports could erode global bullion demand, experts say.
While there were no "fireworks" in India's budget, investors approved of the various pro-growth initiatives, adding fuel to the stock market rally.
Sony has shown a "return to form", analysts told CNBC, after the Japanese electronics giant unveiled a slim tablet and mid-range smartphone.
Key highlights this week include a batch of economic numbers, alongside a central bank decision from Australia and an annual meeting of China's parliament.
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Nicole Wong, regional head of Property Research at CLSA, says China's property market is seeing improving conditions on the back of supportive policies.
The European Central Bank emphasized on the open-ended nature of its bond-buying program Thursday, which will likely be supportive of equities, says Dan Scott, vice president of Credit Suisse.
Nicholas Ferres, investment director, Global Asset Allocation at Eastspring Investments, explains why China's growth target for 2015 "doesn't make sense."