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A double whammy of a strong greenback and higher oil prices is set to weigh on earnings of Asia's premium airlines.
Rising protectionism is only partially responsible for the record number of failed Chinese overseas deals to occur in 2016.
Apple's Chinese market share and shipment volume fell for the first time last year, according to market data from IDC.
JPMorgan Chase & Co said it had received approval and license to underwrite corporate bonds in China's interbank bond market.
Rival Japanese automakers Toyota and Suzuki have initiated formal talks on a strategic partnership.
A bumper crop last season from benign weather in West Africa is weighing on cocoa prices, but consumers are also to blame for a 4-year low in futures.
"We urge the U.S. side to take a responsible attitude, stop making wrong remarks on the issue involving the Diaoyu islands' sovereignty."
The rally in the Australian dollar has technical limits that could cap its rise.
Here's how the US could start treating Mexico like Russia treats Ukraine, say Jason Bordoff and Tim Boersma.
The Aukland-Doha flight will take 17 hours and 30 minutes, the world's longest according to flight tracking website flightradar24.
Beijing’s restrictions on foreign exchange have contributed to the rise in value of cancelled deals, the FT reports.
Football fans in China will be tuning in to the Super Bowl on their mobile phones and tablets this year.
China will severely punish people involved in illegal financing activities, especially targeting underground banks and the stock market.
Japanese wages, on an annual inflation-adjusted basis, dropped in December for the first time in a year.
The US Defense secretary on Friday warned North Korea that his country would give an "overwhelming" response to the use of nuclear weapons.
Japanese bond yields spiked on Friday, with the 10-year jumping the BOJ’s target rate, before the central bank lassoed it back into place.
The alleged abduction of a Chinese billionaire from Hong Kong highlights how more formal process is needed, the SCMP reports.
Sony Electronics, Marks & Spencer and Best Buy are among the big names to have closed Chinese operations, the SCMP reports.
The abduction of Xiao Jianhua from Hong Kong by Chinese agents last week is stoking investor concerns, the FT reports.
Tigerair Australia said it would permanently quit flying to Bali after authorities said it would have to switch to a new operating model.
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Robert Feldman, senior advisor, Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities, says it is crucial for markets to see what reform policies the new government will take after Japan's election.
Virginie Maisonneuve, CIO, Eastspring Investments says there are plenty of risks, but the synchronized global recovery is driving the markets.
Anne Anderson, Head of Fixed Income, Australia, UBS Asset Management, said efforts to diversify will keep flows in emerging markets even if the dollar appreciates.