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Thai coup leader General Prayuth Chan-ocha said he had been formally endorsed by the king, and warned he would use force if protests flared up again.
Bargain hunters sharpening their knives in hopes Thailand’s coup will bring buying opportunities should put the silverware away, Goldman said.
Thailand's economy was already struggling before the country's military seized power in a bloodless coup Thursday, saying it needed to restore order after six months of protests aimed at ousting the elected government.
Take a look at this month's images from Thailand's political crisis.
The Thai army lured the former government by arranging peace talks between political heavyweights then seizing power in a coup, an ex minister said.
Investors may have fallen out of love with emerging markets (EM) but some say the tide is turning as EM stocks catch up with developed market peers.
As Malaysia-based low-cost carrier AirAsia gets set for takeoff in India, CEO Tony Fernandes says there couldn't have been a better time to launch a new business in the country.
Toyota is recalling an estimated 50,220 Highlander sport utility vehicles globally for a software problem that could result in the front passenger seat belt not working properly.
Driven by ambitions to make China a great power, President Xi Jinping is staking his political authority on a huge task: overhauling the Chinese military. The New York Times reports.
The chairman of China's massive sovereign wealth fund has said that monetary easing in the euro zone would be "good news" and open up market opportunities.
Thailand's army has seized control of power to restore order after months of political turmoil. Here's the low-down on the crisis.
The Philippines' record-low interest rates have raised fears over potential asset bubbles. The country says the risks are under control.
Thailand's latest military coup comes in a drastically changed political milieu and its economy's Teflon status is already showing scratches.
Shares in Chinese e-commerce company JD.com opened Thursday, with heavy demand that may foreshadow investor appetite for larger peer Alibaba.
Australia's much-coveted AAA credit rating has been in the spotlight this week after a local media report that S&P could review the rating.
Thai army leaders ordered ousted PM Yingluck to a meeting, a day after the army chief seized power in a coup and said he wanted to restore order.
Policymakers at the WEF in Manila this week say capital outflows from emerging markets are likely once the Fed signals rate hikes, but any selling should be limited.
The gas deal signals changes for several key global issues, and it will give Putin bragging rights in the face of recent Western sanctions.
Lenovo, the world's largest PC maker, is intent on becoming a global brand as it shifts its focus away from China, the firm's CFO told CNBC.
One year on from last year's taper tantrum, Indonesia's Finance Minister told CNBC they are not safe from another bout of capital outflows.
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The mainland's number 5 carmaker BAIC saw a tepid debut on the Hong Kong markets on Friday. CNBC's Emily Tan reports.
Juerg Kiener, MD and CIO at Swiss Asia Capital, explains when there could be a supply response to the ongoing slump in oil prices.
Simon Grose-Hodge, Head of Investment Advisory for South Asia at LGT Bank, says there are contagion risks as the collapse in oil prices makes financing more of an issue for emerging Asia.