Malaysia's ringgit plunged Monday to levels not seen since the late 1990s, taking a double-whammy from domestic corruption allegations and Greece.» Read More
Japan's Nikkei index has taken a rollercoaster ride so far this week, and some analysts believe traders should strap in for more turbulence.
Gold investors can at least count on one factor lending some support to prices this year—a stronger appetite for the metal in India during Diwali.
As fears grew over a widening Ebola outbreak, it was an unlikely company to which the world turned for help: Fujifilm. The Financial Times reports.
North Korea has freed Jeffrey Fowle, and he is being flown home to his family in Ohio, the White House said on Tuesday.
Australia's consumer prices cooled in the third quarter, giving the central bank room to hold interest rates low for longer.
Thousands of Hong Kong protesters listened from the streets on Tuesday as student leaders debated their call for democracy with government leaders.
Japan's exports rose at the fastest pace in seven months in September, easing fears that the country's main growth engine is sputtering.
Singaporeans are the most concerned about retirement compared to other Southeast Asia nations, a study by AIA published this week found this week.
China is moving towards making its two-child policy available to all, but whether or not couples will choose to expand their families remains unclear.
China's slowing growth would seem to point more economic stimulus from the government, but Beijing may not have options it used to.
Chinese authorities have tried to gain access to the customer data held on Apple's iCloud storage system, according to an organization that monitors web usage in China.
China's third quarter gross domestic product report delivered an upside surprise, helping calm investor nerves over the faltering global recovery.
China Mobile's quarterly revenue fell year-on-year for the first time as it struggles in the face of rising competition from popular messaging apps.
Convenience store operators are jostling for eminence in the industry, and one product has come up trumps for the market's top players.
China's economy grew at its slowest pace in more than five years in the third quarter, official statistics showed Tuesday, but the data still topped estimates.
Australia's central bank said the labor market had stabilized somewhat, adding it had based its assessment on an official labor force survey.
The resignation of Japan’s Trade and Industry minister on Monday has raised questions about the future of Abenomics.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters may finally meet with government negotiators Tuesday, but few are optimistic the barricades will come down soon.
China may ignite fresh panic over the state of the global economy when it reports its third quarter gross domestic product on Tuesday.
China's report on gross domestic product Tuesday is expected to show a continuing slowdown in the world's third-largest economy.
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Lara Magnusen, VP, director, investment products at Altegris Investments, discusses the impact of Greece and Iran nuclear talks on the price of crude oil.
Dan Scott, VP, investment strategy & research at Credit Suisse, says European markets will likely see a flight to safety on Monday, with periphery markets in for greater volatility.
On Monday, shares of Toshiba plunged as much as 5 percent amid an ongoing independent investigation into accounting irregularities. CNBC's Kaori Enjoji reports.