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Despite the turmoil, investors haven't wavered from the view that the business of Thailand isn't its politics, but martial law may change their minds.
US technology companies will likely bear the brunt of soured ties between Beijing and Washington over Internet security.
The U.S. wants Beijing to know industrial espionage is not fair game -- that's the real point behind criminal charges against five Chinese hackers.
The historic mandate won by India's BJP party has amped up enthusiasm for Indian stocks, with banks raising their targets for the Sensex index.
Putin hopes to sign a multi-billion dollar gas agreement with China, ending false starts and wrangling over a deal seen as vital to both sides.
The prospect of further monetary stimulus in Japan following a sales tax hike is looking less likely amid signs the economy is holding up well.
Economists are putting their forecasts for Thailand under the knife after the economy contracted more than expected in the first quarter.
Chinese police have charged several former GlaxoSmithKline employees as the British drug maker is accused of evading million in Chinese taxes.
The Philippines has grabbed headlines with its stellar economic expansion, but there's a grim side lurking in the growth story.
Thailand's army declared martial law on Tuesday, but the move did not constitute a coup, military officials said.
The U.S. filed criminal charges against several Chinese officials, accusing them of stealing American trade secrets through cyber espionage.
India's Congress leaders offered to resign after its worst defeat, but to remove dissent against India's political dynasty, party bosses declined.
India's stock markets have climbed 15 percent so far this year. Will Narendra Modi push them higher?
As the Chinese government roots out official corruption, its watchdog is looking into suspected violations from one of its employees.
The best option for Malaysia Airlines may be bankruptcy, after last week's crushing earnings report sent the firm's shares falling over 18 percent.
India's Prime Minister-to-be Narenda Modi has a clear mandate to push forward an economic policy some already refer to as Modinomics. Can he deliver?
Japan has an "innate right" to defend itself, an advisor to PM Shinzo Abe said, following its steps to move Japan away from its pacifist constitution.
Thailand's economy shrank more than expected in the first quarter due to weak exports and domestic activity was depressed by political unrest.
Japan's stocks have faced a tough month, continuing to shed last year's gains as analysts grow disillusioned over the pace of promised reforms.
Data points from Asia's two biggest economies, the Bank of Japan and the Federal Reserve will likely influence regional markets this week.
While foreign markets offer cheap valuations, they continue to underperform U.S.-based assets and U.S. markets. says Meb Faber, CIO at Cambria Investment Management.
Mark O'Byrne, Executive and Research Director at GoldCore, says waning support for the Swiss referendum could be a headwind for gold prices in the short run.
Andrew Colquhoun, Head of Asia-Pacific Sovereigns at Fitch Ratings, explains why the agency plans to review Japan's ratings by end of 2014. The country is currently rated A+ with a negative outlook.