China's new bank loans surged to a record high in January — a sign that government stimulus may finally be kicking in, some analysts say. » Read More
By: Weizhen Tan
China's debt problem is set to get worse this year, predicted Morgan Stanley, but the good news is, it expects that the country will not fall back into the specter of the risky shadow banking sector like before. » Read More
By: Eustance Huang
Shares in mainland China gained the most on the final day of the trading week, among major Asian stock markets. » Read More
By: Eustance Huang
The U.S. Federal Reserve January meeting minutes showed extensive discussion of market conditions, particularly on the emphasis that Fed actions were having on prices of risky assets like stocks and corporate bonds. » Read More
The parent company of English Premier League champions Manchester City announced Wednesday that it has added a seventh soccer club to its growing stable.
It would be "naive" and "irresponsible" to let Chinese telecom company Huawei supply equipment for the U.K.'s 5G mobile networks, according to a report by British think tank Royal United Services Institute.
U.S. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that trade talks with China are going well, adding the current March deadline is not a "magical date." A report also said the U.S. is requesting that China keep the yuan stable as part of the trade deal.
The U.K. business minister has confirmed that a trade agreement with Japan won't be in place by the time Britain leaves the European Union.
Khan said in a televised speech that, should there be an attack from India, "Pakistan will not merely think of retaliation, but rather, we will retaliate."
A fresh round of talks between the U.S. and China will take place in Washington, followed by higher level talks later in the week.
A Mongolian regulator said it will suspend operations at KFC restaurants temporarily to conduct inquiries, as 42 people were hospitalized and hundreds showed food poisoning symptoms after eating at one of the outlets of the fast-food chain.
Rohan Solapurkar, a Deloitte tax partner, said the raft of measures announced Monday by the Singaporean government was largely expected, and it catered to all of the interest groups the ruling People's Action Party is trying to please.
Japanese automaker Honda confirmed Tuesday that it plans to close its Swindon car plant in the U.K., risking the loss of 3,500 jobs.
HSBC reported 2018 profit and revenue that came in below expectations following a challenging fourth-quarter.
The White House said on Monday that trade talks between the two economic powerhouses will continue in Washington on Tuesday, with higher level negotiations starting later in the week.
The fund will reportedly help Mubadala, Abu Dhabi's state investment firm, invest up to $30 million in European start-ups.
Asia is still projected to grow at 5.5 percent to 6 percent this year despite the overall softer global environment, said Piyush Gupta, CEO of Singapore's DBS Group Holdings.
Mainland Chinese shares were the biggest gainers in Asia on Monday, a day which also saw the other major stock markets in the region advance, with trade talks between the U.S. and China set to continue in Washington this week.
Chinese bond and equity markets recorded record inflows in 2018 and analysts expect that to accelerate this year as global benchmark indexes increase their weightings for the country's assets.
Singapore Airlines reported third-quarter earnings that came in above expectations despite a 27 percent drop in net profit compared to the year-ago period.
Roger Torrent, president of the Catalan Parliament, says Catalonia is pro-independence, not nationalist, and is defending the fundamental rights of citizens. He also says Catalonia wants to be a "constructive part" of Europe, and won't be a cause of instability in the region.
Europe is experiencing a slowdown, but Simon French of Panmure Gordon says the European Central Bank should wait for more data before committing to a path forward.
Francesco Filia of Fasanara Capital says it is not just Italy, but the whole of Europe, that looks economically unstable.