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Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group's founder and chief executive, Masayoshi Son, may have become more than $3 billion richer on Thursday's massive gains for his company's shares.
Washington is going to have to offer Pyongyang more incentives if it wants full details of the state's weapons and missile program, experts say.
Softbank Group soared more than 17 percent on Thursday, on the back of its announcement on Wednesday that it would purchase up to 600 billion yen ($5.46 billion) of stock in its largest ever buyback.
"We are committed to continue these talks," Mnuchin tells CNBC. "We're putting in an enormous amount of effort to hit this deadline and get a deal. That's our objective."
Chinese social media apps are rapidly becoming popular with users in India, but the country now wants to regulate them, the Financial Times reported.
Trump's second face-to-face meeting with Kim will take place on February 27-28, though it is not clear where in Vietnam the summit will be held.
Boeing shares are soaring to begin 2019, rising to an all-time high a few days after the company reported booming fourth-quarter results.
Sony's stock was sent plummeting around 8 percent on Monday after the company cut its revenue outlook for the fiscal year.
Asia markets were up on Monday afternoon, with shares in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia rising.
Concerns of Middle Eastern arms race have spiked following reports that Saudi Arabia is quietly building its own ballistic missile facility
Chinese consumer spending is in a better shape than retail sales data indicate, analysts say, in what could be a positive sign for China amid a slowdown.
The Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) came in at 48.3 in January, compared to 49.7 in December.
The Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) came in at 48.3 in January, compared to 49.7 in December. Analysts polled by Reuters had expected the Caixin PMI to be 49.5 last month.
U.S. and Chinese officials are discussing a potential meeting between Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping to take place in late February, two sources tell CNBC.
China's official manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for January was 49.5, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. That's higher than the 49.4 reported in previous month, and the 49.3 expected by analysts in a Reuters poll.
China's official data released on Thursday showed that manufacturing activity in January contracted for the second consecutive month.
The three top auto groups each managed to deliver more than 10 million vehicles worldwide last year, but the industry saw a sharp dip by General Motors, the long-time sales king sliding into a distant fourth place.
Ghosn has claimed charges against him were a result of his drive to further integrate Renault, Nissan, and Mitsubushi.
The United Arab Emirates, host of the 2019 AFC Asia Cup, reached the end of its tournament run with a 4-0 loss to Qatar at Tuesday night's semi-final in a heated match marred by outbursts from angry spectators.
The Chinese company is mired in international controversy, but it still has a chance of selling its 5G equipment to developing countries like India, experts say.
Mahendra Negi of Trend Micro says it is "prudent" for the company to have "more modest" projections for 2019 because macro uncertainties remain.
James Andrews of Redmayne Bentley says the U.K. is running out of time, and a delay of Article 50 is "inevitable" if a hard Brexit is to be avoided.
Sarah Lien of Eastspring Investments says any bit of news, negative or positive, will have a more-extreme-than-warranted effect on the markets.