With Indonesia's growth numbers in the spotlight this week, doubts are growing over President Joko Widodo's ability to stimulate the economy as the country faces the prospect of a severe slowdown.» Read More
Chinese President Xi Jinping's crackdown on government corruption, which began almost two years ago, is hurting a specialized niche of the U.S. tourism industry.
Japan will hoard the market spotlight this week with the release of the latest quarterly growth data.
China will temporarily exempt taxes on profits made from a landmark scheme linking Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges.
With China cutting carbon emissions, North Korea is already pivoting to ensure China's falling coal use doesn't hurt its economy.
India's wholesale price inflation eased for a fifth straight month in October to 1.77 percent, its lowest level in more than five years, government data showed on Friday.
Malaysia's economy grew at its slowest pace this year during the third quarter, with exports struggling against a fragile global economy.
The number of Chinese students enrolling in US graduate schools fell for the first time, according to a report. The Financial Times reports.
World leaders are gathering in Australia to address the global growth challenge even as the goal of boosting collective GDP by a further 2 percentage points looks ever more distant.
Modi has drawn trusted bureaucrats into a tight embrace, with key decisions now thrashed out between his office and civil servants.
Businesses are complaining about Beijing's use of non-tariff barriers from customs clearance to quality restrictions to curb raw material imports.
When the landmark Hong Kong-Shanghai equity link debuts on Monday, hedge funds are expected to plunge into mainland shares.
A slew of headlines from Japan flooded markets this week, increasing speculation that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will pursue a second consumption tax hike, but experts say that Monday's growth figures remain crucial to his decision.
Asia consumer stocks appear expensive, but some analysts think they can rise further, getting a boost from falling commodity prices.
Soc Gen's Albert Edwards believes the Japanese currency will sink to 145 yen against the dollar by April, forcing devaluations across Asia.
A slew of data out of China on Thursday suggested continued slack in the world's second largest economy.
Singapore's economy has managed slow-and-steady growth despite a mediocre global view, but high household debt may come back to haunt the city-state.
South Korea invests massively in education, yet still faces high levels of youth unemployment due to a severe labor mismatch, experts say.
Rapidly cooling inflation is building the case for the Reserve Bank of India cut interest rates as soon as its next meeting on December 2.
Japanese companies overwhelmingly want Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to delay or scrap a planned tax increase, a Reuters poll shows.
With Modi now prime minister, Indian expats say they have the confidence to invest elsewhere in India.
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Kunal Ghosh, emerging market portfolio manager at Allianz Global Investors, outlines his expectations for easing from China and explains why investors should be careful of Indonesia for the time being.
Sani Hamid, director, Wealth Management, Economy & Market Strategy at Financial Alliance, says Indonesian markets will likely see profit-taking for the next 12-24 months amid a looming U.S. rate hike.