Goldman Sachs is selling about $1.1 billion worth of Hong Kong-traded shares in Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the world's biggest bank.» Read More
Global miner BHP Billiton appointed the head of its non-ferrous business as its new chief executive on Wednesday to replace Marius Kloppers.
Chinese authorities said they had shut down a cashless casino bar in the resort island of Hainan on Tuesday, two days after a Reuters report drew attention to it.
It's been a long seven-year itch, but Hong Kong Disneyland is finally making some money. The park made $14 million in the last financial year, while this is only about a 2.5 percent return on revenues of $550 million, it's still a profit.
It's highly unlikely that the Chinese government was not at least aware of the cyber attacks that targeted U.S. companies, organizations and government entities, one security expert said.
The robust Australian dollar could actually get a whole lot stronger over the next two years, rising to as high as $1.30, but this is subject to strong gains in Asian equity markets.
The Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport provided exceptional value during a recent stay, including a comfortable room and delicious buffet. A Road Warrior review.
The long awaited recovery in Chinese stocks is here to stay, with the Shanghai Composite Index building on the surge seen late last year. Now analysts are expecting it to rally up to 30 percent in 2013.
Put next to NASDAQ and S&P rallies, U.S. Crude oil's performance looks a little ordinary.
There is some "light at the end of the tunnel" for Australian food manufacturers that have suffered under the weight of a strong Australian dollar.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is out to prove that the man who threw in the towel after barely a year in office has what it takes to survive as a long-term leader.
Shares of SCMP Group, the publisher of the South China Morning Post, fell as much as 10 percent in resumed trade on Tuesday after it said it was in talks about the possible acquisition of a group of media companies.
Australia's central bank saw scope to cut interest rates further if needed, but felt it prudent to hold steady at its February meeting given parts of the economy were already responding.
A record number of visitors helped Hong Kong's Disneyland to finally turn a profit for the first time. The Global Post reports.
Chinese telecommunications company Huawei said on Monday it had not worked with an institute in Singapore on any projects in the specialist field of an American engineer who died mysteriously last year.
In the last month or so, in an effort to stimulate growth, central bankers have begun a new round of creative experiments. This should lead to more market volatility and unexpected investment opportunities, particularly in currencies.
Ong Hui Juan spent nearly four years working in a bank, but decided to leave last year to pursue her passion of working with youth - an unusual and surprising decision in achievement-oriented Singapore.
Oil's recent rally to multi-month highs may continue to fade this week if minutes from the U.S. central bank's January meeting - due Tuesday - suggest policymakers favor winding down stimulus earlier than expected.
As the Nikkei 225 scales a 33-month high, investors risk getting burnt as analysts warn of a correction.
Gold bounced back from a drubbing that sent the precious metal to a six-month low late last week, however, analysts say further upside is dependent on whether gold can hold on to a key support level over the next few days.
The Singapore dollar slid on Monday after worse-than-expected export data, though it later recouped some of its early losses as it neared a key chart support level.
The Australian dollar has had a swift, hard fall and now Goldman Sachs is predicting it could fall to as low as $0.80.
More fund managers are growing increasingly bearish on the outlook for China, believing "a hard landing" for the economy and a "commodity collapse" are currently the biggest tail risks facing markets, a monthly survey by Bank of America/Merrill Lynch show
Japan surpassed expectations in the first quarter, expanding at its fastest pace in a year, but an important pillar of growth was missing.
Bernie Lo and Oriel Morrison discuss Sony's latest attempt to keep the buzz going on its Playstation 4 ahead of the unveiling of Microsoft's XBox later on Monday.
Anand Chokkavelu, Banking Analyst at the Motley Fool argues for the break-up of the roles of chairman and CEO. He says JPMorgan's 'London Whale' loss shines the spotlight on the hazards of having one person in 2 roles.
Axel Merk, President and Chief Investment Officer at Merk Investments explains why he says the biggest threat markets could be facing right now is economic growth.