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Shares of Japanese automakers Nissan plunged 5.45 percent on the day after the arrest of company chairman Carlos Ghosn over allegations of financial misconduct.
The success of Dutch racer Max Verstappen is raising the sport's popularity.
Here is the full statement from Nissan regarding allegations against Chairman Carlos Ghosn and Representative Director Greg Kelly.
Nissan said its Chairman Carlos Ghosn has been placed under arrest after he allegedly violated Japanese financial law.
Investors and world leaders alike will be glued to the upcoming meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Argentina, hoping for clues to what's next.
Analysts say that the rising cost of borrowing and a weakening Chinese yuan could see more China companies fail to meet upcoming payments.
Competition between the U.S. and China over the Pacific was thrown into the spotlight at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Papua New Guinea.
The auto industry fears that new tariffs, on top of those already enacted on Chinese-made vehicles and imported aluminum and steel, could have a major negative impact on the American new car market.
Suresh Tantia, an investment strategist at Credit Suisse, says "prices have moved far ahead of fundamentals" in the Asian markets.
Citi polled 64 of their clients and found that more than half have plans to adjust their supply chains, including shifting manufacturing sites or investing in new ones to circumvent further tariffs.
The U.K. was thrust into political turmoil on Thursday following a spate of resignations from Prime Minister Theresa May's government, including Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab.
Hong Kong's housing prices could slump up to 25 percent next year if the trade war between the United States and China worsens and local stocks slide further, according to real-estate and investment management company JLL.
The U.S. president's absence at the ASEAN meeting may signal to regional allies that Washington is not "as committed to Asia" as they would like, said Alex Capri, visiting senior fellow at the National University of Singapore.
British Prime Minister Theresa May managed to persuade her cabinet to back her draft Brexit agreement, but markets are still watching to see if the deal will win parliament's approval.
In a speech in Singapore on Wednesday, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said central banks have a role supplying money to the digital economy.
Artificial intelligence will not be replacing people, but will make them "far more capable," according to Peter Schwartz of Salesforce.
Olivier Robinet of Decathlon Australia explains the company's strategies for keeping costs low to bring good value to the consumer.
Mitchell Kim of Maybank Kim Eng says there is higher "key-man risk" for JD.com than for competitor Alibaba, as the company still does "revolve around" its founder, Chinese billionaire Richard Liu, who has been accused of rape.
Sean Yokota of SEB says investors should stay away from Chinese technology plays for now.