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The Caixin Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index came in at 49.4 in April, compared with 49.7 in March and missing expectations.
Baidu shares closed down almost 8% after reports the company's CEO, Robin Li, would be summoned by Chinese authorities over the death of a student.
Sri Lanka's IMF deal may have averted a crisis, but the bailout may undermine a key source of strength: the country's impressive economic growth rate.
After the Fed and the Bank of Japan kept their monetary policies unchanged, investors will be closely watching the Reserve Bank of Australia.
Pakistan has been beleaguered by terrorism and security "challenges" but is focusing on growth and job-creation, the country's finance minister said.
Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright says he's the inventor of the digital currency bitcoin.
China's manufacturing activity expanded in April, but only marginally, official data showed Sunday, raising doubts about the pickup's sustainability.
AIG sold a chunk of its stake in China's PICC for $1.25 billion, joining other big financial companies in stepping away from holdings on the mainland.
Chinese police are patrolling Italy to protect mainland tourists as part of a groundbreaking program, the South China Morning Post reports.
The Philippines has its own version of Donald Trump running for president, and he could emerge victorious when the country votes on May 9.
The IMF has reached agreement with the Sri Lankan government for a $1.5 billion bailout to help the island nation avert a balance of payments crisis.
The Bank of Japan became the latest central bank to throw markets a curveball, but what does it mean?
It was just over a year ago when Samsung lost its lead in smartphones in India and China. Now the electronics giant has "got its mojo back".
New Zealand has just won the prize for best "banknote of the year" 2015 with its five-dollar bill.
The global smartphone market declined for the first time as major countries like China continue to mature, according to a report.
Lahiru Pathmalal threw in his economics major to study politics and psychology, infuriating his father.
Mohamed El-Erian says the Bank of Japan is stuck in a trap and losing policy credibility.
Sony posted a 666.5 percent rise in pretax profit for its full fiscal year on Thursday, helped by cost cutting in its smartphone business.
Emerging economies struggling with low commodity prices and a strong U.S. dollar could soon expect some reprieve, analysts say.
China's practice of offering subsidies to local aluminum producers is creating an unfair environment for U.S. and European producers
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Bitcoin's price could soon reach $50,000, and investors of publicly-traded banks are unlikely to support it, says Ronnie Moas of Standpoint Research.
Merriden Varrall, director, East Asia Program, Lowy Institute for International Policy, says President Xi Jinping has reaffirmed the Communist Party as the source of policy guidance on all aspects of governance.
Daryl Liew, head of Portfolio Management, REYL, says the question for big private Chinese firms is whether government involvement will help spur innovation.