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Singapore's industrial property sector is facing a surge in supply just as manufacturing and trade are slumping.
China's foreign exchange reserves rose slightly in March to $3.21 trillion, the first monthly increase since November.
The yen's rapid rise against the dollar has been so mysterious that the experts are having a hard time predicting its next move.
Malaysia must investigate the former 1MDB boss, a parliamentary committee said, after the committee's own probe found "weaknesses" at the troubled wealth fund.
The BOJ's foray into negative rates hasn’t yielded positive results. That’s spurring speculation the BOJ’s next attempt at easing may target stocks.
Central banks slowed their gold purchases in February, snapping up 25 tons of the yellow metal against a combined 41 ton purchase in January.
On Wednesday, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced it was recalling scarves made by Ms Trump's fashion line, the Financial Times reports.
The ICIJ said that in-laws of Zhang Gaoli and Liu Yunshan were shareholders in companies incorporated in the British Virgin Islands, the FT reports.
Moves in currency markets seem to suggest that some investors are tired of the quantitative easing story, according to an investor.
A unit of Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp, said it has agreed to buy part of the Asian wealth unit of Barclays for $320 million.
Arrium on Thursday was placed in voluntary administration after the collapse of a recapitalization plan amid a bleak outlook for commodities.
Trade Minister Steve Ciobo tells CNBC that worries about a tougher stance on foreign investment are overplayed.
Samsung Electronics said on Thursday its first-quarter operating profit likely rose 10.4 percent from a year earlier, beating market expectations.
Using data from Kensho, a tool designed to quantify historical market events, CNBC Pro analyzed the market ramifications of a rallying yen.
As China seeks to strengthen its control over the South China Sea, a tribunal is about to test Beijing's adherence to international law.
China bashing is popular during election years, but the issues between the US and China are far more nuanced than candidates admit, says Ed Sappin.
Electronics giant is looking to step up its efforts in electronic payments with in-app - and even VR - purchases.
Goldman Sachs believes that the total amount of cash firms are returning through both dividends and share buy-backs is below the global average.
Asia's transportation industry is embracing new technologies at a fierce pace, with electric rickshaws and driverless taxis as the latest innovations.
Dimon addressed the bank's liquidity, U.S. interest rate policy, and financial system regulation in an annual report.
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Tesla's new long-range semi truck has a range of 500 miles, but Tesla still has to ramp up the installation of megachargers, says IHS Markit's James Chao.
Tim Davis of Fathom Consulting discusses what to expect from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi's speech at the European Banking Congress.
Cutting entitlement programs is politically sensitive and will be the real killer for tax reform, says Mary Nicola, senior economist at Aviva Investors.