China's central bank said on Saturday it would cut benchmark interest rates by 25 basis points to 5.35 percent.» Read More
Analysts expect the new president to push for some badly needed "supply-side" improvements such as bureaucratic and governance reforms.
As investors fled Europe in the worst days of its debt crisis, China-based companies moved in the other direction. The Financial Times reports.
Samsung Electronics forecast below-view third quarter earnings results on Tuesday, citing weakness in its mobile business.
The Malaysian government is expected to introduce deficit-slashing measures at Friday's budget, which may spell pain for consumers, economists say.
A smoking ban in Asia's Las Vegas is sparking concerns that the policy could stub out the city's gaming outlook.
Samsung's third quarter earnings guidance is forecast to be the firm's weakest since 2011, but some say a turnaround is imminent.
Student-led protests in Hong Kong shrank Monday but a few hundred demonstrators remained camped out in the streets.
The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 resumed in the Indian Ocean on Monday following a four-month pause.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters have blockaded key shopping areas, and analysts are keeping a running toll on how badly the economy will be hit.
Hundreds of flights were cancelled and thousands of people advised to evacuate as a powerful typhoon lashed Japan on Monday.
Economic growth in the East Asia Pacific region will outpace growth in developed nations, according to a World Bank economic update.
Western companies have traditionally stuck to their backyards when it comes to recruiting board members, but this is changing.
BHP Billiton aims to cut its iron ore production costs by more than 25 percent and squeeze more tons from its mines as it aims to overtake Rio Tinto.
Three central bank meetings will take the spotlight in Asia-Pacific during this holiday-shortened week.
The Australian dollar had managed to keep diehard fans among currency traders and analysts, but now some of them are throwing in the towel.
Protests in Hong Kong could hit the sales of luxury goods makers as mainland Chinese tourists shun the region and buy their items elsewhere.
As protesters demanding for universal suffrage continue to occupy streets in Hong Kong, some in Taiwan are keeping a close eye on the event.
Despite handwringing over how badly protests will hit Hong Kong tourism, it isn't clear whether the turmoil is keeping mainland tourists away.
Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong pushed FireChat into the spotlight on Sunday, when the messaging app added 100,000 users in 24 hours.
Australian special forces troops will be deployed in Iraq to assist in the fight against Islamic State militants, PM Tony Abbott said on Friday.
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Lachlan Colquhoun, head of Markets Analysis at East & Partners, discusses the rally in Standard Chartered shares Friday after news that Bill Winters has been named as the bank's new boss.
Jahangir Aziz, head of EM Asia Economic Research at JP Morgan, says the economic realities of India may prompt the government to refrain from big ticket spending.
Chris Richter, deputy Head of Japan Research and Senior Analyst at CLSA, expects Japan Inc to start raising wages soon, with Toyota Motor and other carmakers taking the lead.