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Shares of Toshiba tumbled as much as 5.8 percent in early trade on Monday.
The Bank of Japan is set to keep monetary policy steady and seek to allay speculation of an early tapering of its massive stimulus.
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There's about 76,000 people in the U.S. who refuse to return their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones despite the well-publicized safety hazard.
Within his first few days as president, Donald Trump has made Narendra Modi and his country a priority.
Despite having the largest population of any country in the world, China isn't having enough babies.
Armed conflict between the U.S. and China in the near future are 'not just slogans', an official in China's People's Liberation Army wrote.
Apple's iPhone has failed to clinch the title for the top selling smartphone in China for the first time since 2012, according to a report.
On the bumpy road to North Korea's top ski resort, work gangs hack and shovel the fresh snowfall to clear the route.
Chinese banks are hiring blockchain experts as the government pushes use of the technology behind bitcoin to increase transparency and combat fraud in its financial sector.
A long slump in Singapore's retail, residential and office property markets shows no signs of ending soon.
China's campaign to cut high debt levels in its economy is aiming this year to shrink the $3 trillion shadow banking sector, which could drain a critical source of income for the country's banks and of funding for its fragile bond market.
Trump said scrapping the TPP would usher in a golden age for U.S. companies hurt by unfair trade deals. Add an unlikely beneficiary: Hyundai.
Facebook is testing a feature that imitates its rival Snapchat called Stories - a disappearing collage of photos and videos.
India flexes its military muscles on Thursday as it showcases its latest defense arsenal at the 68th Republic Day parade.
Duterte capped his first six months in office on a positive note as the Philippines registered one of the fastest growth rates in Asia.
Freeport-McMoRan warned that it would need to start slashing output and jobs at its Indonesia mine if it fails to get an export permit.
As Lunar New Year approaches, the demand for rented girlfriends and boyfriends has surged in China, the SMCP reports.
Blockchain service provider BitFury Group announced a $30 million joint venture deal with Credit China Fintech.
China could be drowning in debt by 2018, Goldman Sachs wealth manager Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani says.
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Christoph Rieger, head of Rates & Credit Research, Commerzbank, says the market reaction to the ECB's timeline for exiting stimulus showed relief.
Frank Lavin, CEO, Export Now , says he is waiting to see if China's Party Congress takes steps that could lead to stakes, or other methods, to get a line into top tech companies.
Eric Robertsen, head of Global Macro Strategy and FX Research, Standard Chartered Bank, says Middle East tensions involving Iraq and Iran and speculation over the Saudi Aramco IPO - make it hard to get a solid line on the oil markets.