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Data points from Asia's two biggest economies, the Bank of Japan and the Federal Reserve will likely influence regional markets this week.
Japan's machinery orders soared 19.1 percent on month in March, well above market expectations for a 6 percent rise, data on Monday showed.
China will manage its property sector at a local level as it seeks to avoid either a slowdown that undermines the economy or a surge in prices.
Hackers are attempting to exploit the buzz on social media about Narendra Modi's BJP win in the Indian elections through malicious spamming.
Unsold properties have spurred fears that China's real-estate market may be a ready-to-burst bubble, but its "ghost towns" may not be all that empty.
Narendra Modi, who looks to have won India's election in a landslide victory, is a divisive figure, and is banned from traveling to the U.S.
Much has been made of the potential slowdown in Chinese economic growth, and Jim O'Neill thinks it's probably been too much.
China's foreign minister condemned Vietnam in a phone call with Vietnam's deputy PM over anti-Chinese protests that have killed up to 21 people.
Hundreds of Indians thronged the leafy streets of New Delhi to greet Narendra Modi's triumphant march into the capital.
India's prime minister-to-be was finalizing the names of people to join his cabinet - including his new finance minister.
Vietnam flooded major cities with police to avert anti-China protests in the wake of rare and deadly rioting.
India's election results on Friday could usher in economic change if Modi wins a clear mandate for his agenda to revive growth and create jobs.
India's incoming government has its work cut out for it, faced with an ailing economy and palpable frustration among voters yearning for change.
Few employment options drove Filipino Ben Dominguez to Singapore in 2007. He now sends home over 30,000 pesos monthly, which raises his family.
Optimism surrounding the prospect of a fresh Indian government has set Indian stocks on a tear, but one analyst told CNBC stocks are due for a 7 to 8 percent correction.
Anti-Chinese riots in Vietnam this week highlight growing tension between China and some of its neighbors.
Malaysian Airlines said MH370 pushed it to its worst quarter in over two years, hit by a drop in passenger traffic and a slump in China sales.
In China's mobile battleground, analysts say Tencent is a step ahead of rival Alibaba as the social networking firm makes strides in e-commerce.
Protesters seeking to oust Thailand's government intruded an air force compound on Thursday where the acting prime minister was, forcing him to flee.
Thailand's already tense politics may be poised to worsen, with some analysts saying Thursday's grenade and gun attack may be only the beginning.
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Mike Elliott, Global Mining & Metals Leader at EY, discusses the miner's decision to increase the capacity of its Western Australian operations despite plummeting iron ore prices.
Speaking to CNBC at the APEC Finance Ministers meeting in Beijing, Angel Gurria, Secretary-General of the OECD, discusses the outlook for Europe's economy.