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The resignation of Myanmar President Htin Kyaw raises concerns about the country's leadership, said one expert.
Best Buy will stop selling Huawei's devices over the next few weeks, according to the person with knowledge of the matter.
At present, China lags the U.S. in every area of AI development except big data, according to an Oxford University report.
Kishore Biyani, founder and group CEO at Future Group, said that food and grocery businesses still find it difficult to make the shift to online.
Tencent President Martin Lau announced plans to "aggressively" spend on new investments, including in video and payments.
"Hold on to your seats for a year ahead that is fraught with risk," says the non-partisan Atlantic Council.
Chinese consumers, especially the younger ones, increasingly favor local brands, Credit Suisse's Emerging Consumer Survey has found.
Much of Asia has since built up buffers to better withstand capital flight, but India's current account balance has continued to deteriorate, said Credit Suisse.
Singapore's Changi Airport has been named "world's best airport" for the sixth consecutive year by Skytrax.
Democrat Conor Lamb said his Republican opponent, Rick Saccone, conceded the race in a U.S. House of Representatives special election.
Asian markets finished mixed on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the first time this year.
Credit Suisse's global equity head said he's "relatively relaxed" about global trade risks.
The world needs to reinforce an international rules-based order, said Australia's trade minister Steven Ciobo, to avoid a situation where "the big fish eat the little fish."
The footballer who played for Liverpool and Real Madrid in addition to England's international squad is now trying a new vocation.
Credit Suisse global chief investment officer Michael Strobaek said the bank has bought stocks and "feel very well about it." "We don't see the end of this bull market as yet."
Amateurs and professionals can now represent and brand themselves on social media instead of relying on physical gallery spaces, said Malaysian artist Red Hong Yi.
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There are a lot of U.K. retailers with too many stores at very costly rents and high taxes to pay, says Charles Newsome of Investec Wealth & Investment.
Markets are likely to be orderly "for the most part" despite the possibility of increased volatility caused by trade rhetoric, says Neil Hosie of Credit Suisse.