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The world's largest trade deal in recent decades may wind up creating high school-esque cliques on the international stage.
Wall Street's high-profile investors have a long history of moving markets. Now, strategists are wondering if the same could ring true for China.
A flurry of activity in Singapore's venture capital market highlights just how excited global investors are about Southeast Asia's start-up scene.
Sentiment towards emerging markets has plunged, but one unlikely indicator serves as a timely reminder of the sector's strong fundamentals.
Asian equities extended gains into a second session on Tuesday following another U.S. rally, while investors kept an eye on regional central banks.
Asian stocks kicked off the week on a positive note after a weak U.S. employment report cooled expectations for an imminent U.S. rate hike.
The firm that triggered a massive share price crash for Glencore this week believes it's too early to relax over the commodity giant's financing.
Net capital flows for emerging markets this year will be negative for the first time since 1988, according to the Institute of International Finance.
China's manufacturing sector remained in the doldrums during the month of September, according to two separate reports on Tuesday.
Global stock markets are headed for their weakest quarterly performance in four years after a torrid summer.