Gold supply from mines have fallen "dramatically" this year, bolstering prices of the precious metal in the face of geopolitical tensions, ANZ said. » Read More
The United States and South Korea will go ahead with joint military drills next week, the top U.S. military official said on Thursday, resisting pressure from North Korea and its ally China to halt the contentious exercises. » Read More
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Bike-sharing companies are one of the hottest technologies in mainland China, but Hong Kong just got its first version in April. » Read More
Australian far-right senator Pauline Hanson wore a burqa to parliament on Thursday as part of her campaign to ban the all-enveloping garment worn by some Muslim women, drawing a quick rebuke from the government and Muslims. » Read More
The buyout of the City of London's tallest tower by a Chinese investor shows ongoing appetite for UK commercial property from Asian buyers.
A humble delivery man has now become China's third-richest billionaire.
A White House internal review of strategy on North Korea features the possibility of military force to counter North Korea's nuclear-weapons threat; Wall Street Journal report.
Indonesia has made headlines for racial and religious tensions that dominated recent Jakarta polls, but the situation has not affected the country's banks.
A consortium of Japanese banks plan to commercially implement a cloud-based payments platform powered by blockchain.
The race for Hong Kong's top job has narrowed down to three candidates in an election set for March 26.
Harley chief executive Matt Levatich publicly supported the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a sweeping 12-nation free trade agreement that Trump scrapped.
The U.S. SEC said on Tuesday it froze the assets of certain traders in a suspected insider trading scheme on the Softbank-Fortress deal.
Macau's gambling revenue rose for a seventh month and hit a two-year high in February, giving a boost to casino stocks Wednesday.
According to one investor, London has a 30 percent chance of hosting the Saudi Aramco IPO, but New York is more likely.
India posted better-than-expected 7 percent annual growth rate for the December quarter but doubts over the impact of demonetization linger.
Expectations for rising interest rates haven't dampened the appetite of the world's ultra-wealthy to scoop up property investments.
Central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan looks likely to remain in the post for a while, the SCMP reports.
Tensions are surging in China after a decision pushed forward plans to deploy a U.S. anti-missile system in South Korea.
China's banking regulator named Guo Shuqing as the new chairman of China Banking Regulatory Commission.
A firm tied to Singapore's Ezra Holdings, EMAS Chiyoda Subsea, filed for bankruptcy protection in the U.S. after it said it ran out of money to repay debt.
"The China-U.S. relationship is the most important relationship in the world, we need each other," says Yuanqing Yang.
Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang said the Motorola Razr could be used to bring people back to the smartphone brand.
Protectionist threats leveled against China are likely to run into one big roadblock: Often, there’s nowhere else for U.S. consumers to shop.
India must move quickly to overhaul its tax system if it is to succeed in pursuing an inclusive growth agenda, the OECD has said.
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Spain and Portugal have begun to recover, but countries like Greece continue to lag behind the rest of the region, says Bert Colijn of ING.
Fourteen sources, including Tencent, Baidu and CRRC, are investing in China Unicom. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Emerging markets are undervalued when compared against equities in developed markets, says Cedric Chehab of BMI Research.