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Here's the best research calls from top Wall Street firms Tuesday.
India remains home to the world's most optimistic consumers, as hopes of an economic revival under PM Modi's leadership fuels positive sentiment.
ASingPost is redefining the role of the letter carrier, by creating a one-stop shop for retailers' e-commerce needs in Asia. The New York Times reports.
The downturn in Macau has been far sharper than anticipated, says billionaire gaming mogul James Packer, but he insists the party is not over yet.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) left open the possibility it might cut interest rates further, minutes from its May 5 meeting showed, triggering a slump in the Australian dollar on Tuesday.
Modi's cuts in federal welfare spending on the poorest of India's 1.25 billion people are coming in for criticism, including from within his cabinet.
Hyundai's union boss faces dissent from within the country's most strike-prone union even as the company is trying to ditch its wage structure.
GDP data on Wednesday is expected to confirm Japanese households are holding back economic growth.
China's home-grown automakers are virtually unknown outside the mainland, but give it five or ten years, and you may be cruising in one.
A new UBS survey finds interest in the Apple Watch waning, but demand for the device is strongest in China.
Foreign flows, investors using borrowed money to buy equities and a taste for new public offerings have aided a mega-rally in Chinese stocks in 2015.
Chinese smartphone giant, Xiaomi, is set to open its doors to U.S. and European consumers shortly.
Things may be looking up for China's property sector, after new home prices in first tier cities staged a modest rebound in April.
Singapore's exports unexpectedly rose in April from a year earlier on strong demand from Europe, but there was weakness in U.S. and China shipments.
The pace of the fall in Chinese property prices moderated in April, supporting growing optimism that the housing downturn may have turned a corner.
Malaysia's IPO market faces a slump, weighed by a worsening economic outlook, currency volatility and dismal performances from some of last year's debutantes.
Japan's machinery orders rose 2.9 percent on month in March, slightly better than the 1.8 percent forecast from a Reuters poll of economists.
A flurry of economic data, alongside a central bank decision in Japan, will likely hog the spotlight in Asia this week.
After a long run as the emerging market equity sweetheart, investors may be falling out of love with India stocks.
Luxury goods makers sued Alibaba, contending the company had knowingly made it possible for counterfeiters to sell their products.
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Despite hitting a two-week low against the U.S. dollar, the Indian rupee remains poised for a "real trade-weighted appreciation", says Mirza Baig, Asian currency strategist at BNP Paribas.
China's stock market bull market remains intact, says Wong Kok Hoi, Founder & CIO at APS Asset Management
Ian Bright, senior economist at ING, discusses a survey which revealed that wedding budgets in Europe are shrinking due to the ripple effects of a slowing economy.