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Economists are now divided over whether South Korea's central bank will move to ease monetary policy this week after President Park Geun-hye surprised markets on Monday by hinting of further rate cuts.
Aluminum is in a sweet spot this year as changes in the U.S. auto industry bring about a long-awaited equilibrium in supply and demand, traders say.
The investment outlook for Asia’s third-largest economy is buoyant, but earnings season could prove to be the thorn in the market’s side, forecasts show.
Bearish forecasts for the Singapore dollar are growing amid expectations that crude oil's recent tumble will result in looser monetary policy.
Oil's drastic fall over the past six months could reduce the chance of a universal agreement on climate change policy this year, according to HSBC.
Indonesia's decision to raise domestic airfares in a bid to improve safety is senseless and endangers the country's aviation market, experts say.
A trading link between Shenzhen and Hong Kong is likely to suffer the same fate as the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, analysts say.
Malaysia's outlook is set to deteriorate in 2015 following three years of robust growth, and experts say it's not just due to crashing oil prices.
Alisher Usmanov is no longer Russia's wealthiest individual after losing $4.5 billion of his fortune last year, according to Wealth-X.
China's property slowdown is one of the top risks financial markets face this year, but there's one sector that may be immune: Asian real-estate investment trusts.