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The rally in the Japanese currency doesn't appear to be stopping anytime soon and its strength has traders worried it could quash a struggling economy.
Greece's strategic location in the Mediterranean is a bonus for foreign investors like Russia, the deputy minister for foreign affairs in Greece told CNBC.
Concerns about China have not gone away and its debt pile poses risks, says the chief country officer of Deutsche Bank Russia.
Shanghai Disneyland, Disney's first theme park in mainland China, is big by every measure. In fact, it's the entertainment company's largest overseas outpost.
The BOJ will keep expanding the monetary base at an $760-billion annual pace and applying an -0.1 percent rate to balances at the central bank.
A high demand and short supply of the green superfood have triggered an avocado-related crime wave in New Zealand.
The Bank of Japan must decide against a conflicting backdrop of domestic economic weakness and global geopolitical risks.
A combination of buoyant demand and supply-side jitters is supporting prices of soybeans and corn after several years of glut-driven pessimism.
Beijing could take a few pointers from Pakistan, which gained entry into MSCI's popular Emerging Markets Index while mainland shares were left out.
Malaysia's prime minister denied accusations of graft and interfering in probes of troubled fund 1MDB, documents in a lawsuit show, Bloomberg reported.
Insurers may be the poster-child for victims of ultra-low interest rates globally, but Manulife's CEO said they aren't hurting his company.
Goldman Sachs analysts say mainland shares could join the EM index within a year, but JPMorgan's economist says a 10-year wait wouldn't be a surprise.
North Korea may have added another four to six nuclear weapons since last year, a U.S. research institute said on Tuesday.
Successful family firms often bring in outsiders to fill key positions, but set themselves up for failure due to one common error.
Winnie Chan took the time-honed craftmanship of her family business and gave it a very modern edge to create Bynd Artisan.
China is at "a crucial juncture" in its development path and needs to show more urgency in reforming its economy, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Thursday.
Singapore's beaten-down home prices may find hopes of a recovery from an unusual source: car loans.
Major stock index firm MSCI said Tuesday it would delay inclusion of the mainland-traded Chinese A shares in its key emerging market index.
Unlike its neighboring tropical islands, Singapore lacks the waves essential for surfing, but that geographical restraint hasn't stopped companies from creating, and cashing in, on a surf culture.
Real-estate developer Soho China's Chief Executive Zhang Xin is keeping her money on Beijing and Shanghai as tech companies boost real estate demand.
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Thailand's strong fundamentals will cushion the impact of oil price hikes, says the country's Vice Minister for Finance, Kiatchai Sophastienphong.
Ross Smyth-Kirk, chairman of Kingsgate Consolidated, says it is "audacious" that Metal Tiger is trying to "steal" the firm's assets while owning just a small stake.
Kingsgate Consolidated should not be blamed for its troubles in Thailand, which arose from "a whole lot of lies," says Ross Smyth-Kirk, the firm's chairman.