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With the Christmas holiday approaching, the economic data calendar has started to lighten, but investors still have plenty to mull over as oil prices continue to fluctuate.
A flurry of acquisitions of coal assets by Japanese firms signals that some trading houses are betting a depressed coal market is bottoming out.
Christmas Eve surpasses Valentine's Day as the romantic dinner event for Japanese couples, but it highlights two major problems: low wages and low birth rates.
Japanese cities are the top destinations for Asia-Pacific travelers next year, Hotels.com told CNBC.
Obama administration seeks China's help in blocking North Korea's ability to launch cyberattacks, the New York Times reports.
North Korea proposed a joint investigation with the United States on the cyber attack against Sony Pictures, calls FBI accusation a 'slander'.
The FBI says an investigation has found information to confirm North Korea's involvement in the Sony cyberattack.
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has struck out at U.K. broadcaster BBC over allegations of poor working conditions.
China has revised the 2013 GDP figures by 3.4% to 58.8 trillion yuan, but said the revision will not affect economic growth this year.
After a ho-hum performance for most of 2014, analysts believe that Japan's Nikkei 225 will see better days in the year ahead.
Shares of electric car maker BYD rebounded on Friday, after management sought to reassure investors that operations were continuing as normal.
The Bank of Japan kept its monetary policy steady, as had been expected, but it raised its economic assessment, citing signs of a pickup in exports.
Chinese shoppers are cashing in on the ruble's sharp drop, snapping up goods in Russia at low prices before brands can respond to foreign exchange moves.
China oil major CNPC is probing a 2013 oil deal as part of the mainland's sweeping corruption crackdown, taking down one of Premier Xi's political rivals.
China may be routinely underestimating its steel sector output, with official 2013 figures coming in 40 million tons below a key industry estimate.
While Singapore's property market has cooling signs, with volume of new private home sales halving, it has defied expectations of a sharp correction.
How does a poverty-stricken country like North Korea obtain cyber-capabilities to level a corporation the size of Sony?
China's stock market has soared to multi-year highs since the PBoC cut interest rates, as investors anticipate more aggressive easing steps to come. The Financial Times reports.
Havana is now home to a small, but growing, number of brand new Asian automobiles which are altering the landscape.
Now that many are blaming North Korea for the cyberattack on Sony, what will the U.S. government do about it?
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Matthew Phan, Analyst, Asia-Pacific Banks at CreditSights, discusses the significance of news that Beijing has loosened market access restrictions for foreign lenders.
Jonathan Barratt, Chief Investment Officer at Ayers Alliance Securities, expects a risk premium to be built into fuel prices soon and explains why cheaper oil is a double-edged sword for consumers.
Jackson Wong, Associate Director at United Simsen Securities Limited, says the verdict was less severe than expected, which gave shares of Sun Hung Kai Properties a lift on Monday.