Japan's core consumer prices fell again in November, data showed on Tuesday, suggesting the economy still lacks momentum to jump-start inflation.
A trade war with China -- a country with a $473 billion of bilateral trade with America in the first ten months of this year -- is an implausible assumption.
CNBC's Chery Kang weighs in on the latest in Asian markets.
Interest in U.S. commercial real estate is perking up, particularly from China, as expectations of pro-growth policies from Trump spark demand.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced on Thursday he would halt all online gambling in his country.
According to authorities, current levels of reported counterfeiting and piracy on Taobao are unacceptably high."
Courts may take a full six months to review an impeachment case against President Park despite demands for a speedier decision.
Risks to emerging markets are rising, but there are still opportunities, said Mark Mobius, executive chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets.
China’s growing middle class are propping up sales of luxury goods, box-office receipts and soybeans.
The Singapore dollar tumbled to its weakest since 2009, during the global financial crisis, and it may have further to go.
A political snafu with the world's second-largest economy is no light matter for any country but for troubled Mongolia, it could mean a potential sovereign default.
Air pollution in north China reached hazardous levels for the fourth straight day on Tuesday, highlighting the fallout from resurgent coal output.
The Bank of Japan left policy unchanged on Tuesday at the conclusion of its two-day policy meeting, as widely expected.
In September, expectations were high for a fresh round of easing. Fast forward to year-end and stimulus hopes have been postponed.
Indonesia's central bank governor said on Monday the bank is seeking to slash three zeroes off the face value of rupiah notes.
Unicredit Global Chief Economist Erik Nielsen takes a look at the economic performance of China, and whether investors should be more upbeat.
The Malaysian ringgit has fallen to its lowest since the 1998 Asian Financial Crisis, as dollar bullishness weighs on the currency.
Australia's government sees the budget deficit at A$36.5 billion ($26.6 billion) in the current fiscal year, or 2.1 percent of GDP.
An extension of this year's price rally in base metals and bulk commodities in China will depend on these five factors, Goldman Sachs said.
China Friday set the CNY mid-point rate at the lowest level in 8-1/2 years on heavy capital outflows and a hawkish Fed.
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