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While black swans are inherently unpredictable, Nomura has pointed to 10 potential grey swans to worry about for 2017.
Nintendo's upcoming "Super Mario Run" mobile game on Apple's iOS is "crucial" and the company needs to "nail it", analyst say.
One of Duterte's own former ministers is expected to head a new opposition party.
India’s central bank stood pat on interest rates on Wednesday, eschewing the market’s expectation for a cut as demonetization plays out.
India's central bank unexpectedly kept its policy repo rate unchanged at 6.25 percent on Wednesday, despite calls for action.
Sony announced its PlayStation 4 console has exceeded 50 million sales worldwide on Wednesday.
Starbucks plans to open 12,000 additional stores globally in the next five years, with half of the new units in the U.S. and China.
The success of "Your Name," a fantasy body-swapping romance, in China is stoking expectations for the film ahead of its U.S. release.
Japan's economy grew at an annualized rate of 1.3 percent in the July-September quarter, revised down from a preliminary reading of 2.2 percent.
While Donald Trump's claims may have been true about decade ago, they are contrary to China’s current reality.
Chinese GDP (gross domestic product) growth could balloon to 8 percent next year, according to one economist's "outrageous predictions" hotlist for 2017.
The central bank is widely believed to have sold dollars to support the yuan currency as it sunk to more than 8-1/2 year lows in November.
The death toll from a magnitude 6.5 earthquake that struck Indonesia's Aceh province on Wednesday has risen to 93, the provincial government said.
The call comes after President-elect Donald Trump spoke to Tsai Ing-wen on the phone, breaking U.S. foreign policy protocol.
The troubled Malaysian state fund is preparing to repay the Emirati IPIC fund with Chinese assistance, the FT reports.
Data providers played a third-party blame game after several sources erroneously showed a sharp spike lower for China’s currency late Monday.
A series of highly-charged protests over a Christian politician reflects the ideological battle gripping Southeast Asia's largest economy.
Shares of Genting Singapore extended a more than month long rally as Japan took another step toward legalizing casinos.
The Australian economy shrank for the first time in over five years last quarter.
Sorry, but Sammobile thinks the "whole no headphone jacks thing" is here to stay, The Verge reports.
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Retail firm Myer's board of directors lacks experience and is not hands-on, jeopardizing the company, says Solomon Lew, chairman and non-executive director at Premier Investments.
China's deleveraging effort will likely see capital inflow and credit lending come to a halt at some point, says Harry Colvin, director and senior economist at Longview Economics.
Christopher Peel, CIO at Tavistock Investments, says a recovery in Europe's banks and other sectors of the economy favors an overweight stance in equities.