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Asia is more than one-third of world GDP and is the fastest-growing segment of the global economy. But what's the U.S. doing in this market? Not much.
Donald Trump appears to have burst the bond bubble, putting emerging markets from Mexico to Indonesia at the sharp end of a sell-off.
A powerful earthquake has struck New Zealand near Christchurch, with aftershocks felt in the capital city of Wellington.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye faces mounting pressure to step down over claims she let a friend meddle in state affairs.
Australia' top casino operator says one of 18 staff arrested in China in October for suspected "gambling crimes" has been released.
The U.S. agreed to resettle asylum seekers held by Australia in offshore detention centers under the country's anti-people smuggling laws.
Officials say hundreds of devotees were in the shrine complex devoted to the Sufi version of Islam when the bomb exploded.
Australia will host the 2018 Invictus Games for wounded military personnel, Britain's Prince Harry says.
The number of movie theaters in China will soon take over the number in the U.S., taking the title of world's largest movie market.
China's trade surplus and lack of government transparency could offset the yuan's popularity as a currency reserve.
Nintendo's NES Classic released on Thursday for $59.99 in the U.S. is already being sold on eBay for $1,000.
Alibaba smashed its Singles' Day shopping record on Friday clocking over 23 percent growth, the Chinese e-commerce giant said on Friday.
Trump's election could end the U.S. leadership role in the international fight against global warming.
Google set up shop in Singapore with 24 employees in 2007. How many people does it employ now? More than 1,000.
Rising backlash against an Indonesian politician may provide the Islamic State a new chance to deepen its grip on Southeast Asia's largest economy.
The DealBook Conference in New York City is hosted by CNBC anchor and New York Times columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin and the editors of the Times.
Donald Trump's shock election victory has enraged Muslim militant groups around the world, and may fan the flames of global terrorism.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's comments about the region have rarely been positive.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte congratulated Donald Trump on his election win and said on Wednesday he now wishes to stop quarrelling with the United States.
Getting tough on China could spark retaliatory measures from Beijing and affect U.S. interests abroad in the long term, experts say.
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Trip Chowdhry, senior analyst & managing director, Global Equities Research, says Uber was a pioneer, but the ride-share industry's growth has upset the early mover advantage.
Central bankers at Jackson Hole may speak more on the need for financial regulation that monetary policy issues, says Jim McCafferty, head of Asia (ex Japan) Research, Nomura Securities.