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Despite efforts from policymakers and central bankers, the emerging markets sell-off continues – and there are warnings this might be a long haul.
Thailand's embattled government is pushing ahead with a general election on Sunday despite warnings it could end in violence.
China's domestic 4G smartphone market is set for 1,500 percent growth in shipments this year, according to IHS Technology.
China's largest internet search engine Baidu has launched a heat map which captures the largest global seasonal migration on earth.
Taiwan said its export-driven economy grew a preliminary 2.92 percent in the October-December quarter versus a year ago.
The Chairman of the world's largest bank has said that it was up to Japan whether there would be armed conflict in the region.
The Reserve Bank of India unexpectedly raised its policy interest rate on Tuesday by 25 basis points.
Shares of China's Sina have lagged Twitter's dramatically. But with similar growth profiles, Sina is the real bargain.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) may hike rates to head off inflationary pressures on Thursday, making it the first major central bank to start normalizing policy.
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Turkey's central bank appears set to use its emergency meeting to hike rates and defend the lira, but it isn't clear other emerging markets will follow suit.
Despite objections, China appears set to force a correspondent for The New York Times to leave the country this week. The NYT reports.
Karl Slym, managing director of Tata Motors, died after falling from a hotel room in Bangkok in what police said on Monday could be possible suicide.
A Chinese trust firm said on Monday it had reached an agreement to resolve a troubled high yield investment product.
India's central bank is expected to keep interest rates unchanged for the second time in six weeks on Tuesday.
Investors looking to up their exposure to Japanese equities may be in luck, with the market approaching attractive levels, according to strategists.
Heavy selling across emerging market currencies last week caught investors off guard, but is the market facing a repeat of last year's brutal selloff?
China's economic woes may appear to be behind the rout in emerging markets, but strategists say it's a culmination of three distinct factors.
Concerns of a China cash crunch resurfaced after a notice on Citibank's local website said fund transfers would be delayed, but it may just be a tempest in a teapot.
Japan's trade deficit widened sharply to a record in 2013 as import costs outpaced export receipts due to a weaker yen and higher fuel bills.
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Barry Dawes, Head of Resources at Paradigm Securities, says geopolitics are unlikely to affect oil prices as of yet, which are supported by firm underlying demands.
Mikihiko Yamato, Deputy Head of Research at Ji Asia, says monthly comparisons show that June's retail sales are on an uptrend, indicating that consumption is improving
Greg Gibbs, Senior Currency Strategist at RBS, says upcoming U.S. data have to meet expectations in order for the greenback to remain firm. He later outlines his expectations for the FOMC meeting.