The latest round of trade talks between the U.S. and China ended last week with the promise to begin "phase one" of a partial trade deal.
An early look at the state of some Chinese businesses for the third quarter indicates many companies are still waiting for the worst to blow over.
U.S. government debt yields held steady Friday as investors digested Chinese data and new Brexit developments.
The broader market was also pressured by a decline in Netflix shares that led other Big Tech stocks lower.
Earlier this week, a package of housing initiatives was introduced and Chan says those measures are the first step to returning the city to "normalcy."
When Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma retired as the company's chairman last month, it was not a move he took lightly. In fact, it was a decision 10 years in the making.
Pork prices have nearly doubled, and data show local production of the meat this year will likely fall a few million tons short of demand.
China's third-quarter GDP growth was the slowest in at least 27½ years, according to Reuters.
Asia Pacific markets mostly declined on Friday by the close, as China released worse-than-expected gross domestic product figures, impacted by Beijing's protracted trade conflict with the U.S.
In a speech Thursday at Georgetown University on free speech, Zuckerberg chastised ByteDance-owned TikTok for censoring content.
Trump says his tariffs against Turkey are the "strongest you can imagine." Markets and economists say otherwise.
A possible downgrade of South Africa's credit rating on November 1 may already be priced into markets, but structural reforms are still needed, the country's central bank governor has told CNBC.
Beijing hopes both countries will "make new progress on canceling tariffs," China's Ministry of Commerce spokesman said Thursday.
Hong Kong has been repeatedly ranked as the most expensive place to own a home.
Singapore Minister for Communications and Information, S Iswaran, called 5G the "backbone" of the city-state's digital economy.
Singapore thrives best when the entire region is stable and can attract investors, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
Three of Asia's biggest business hubs have emerged as the world's most environmentally-friendly commuter cities in a new study by data insights company Kantar.
Central banks are increasingly lowering rates, or moving to negative rates, and analysts warn this could damage the global economy.
The trade war has pummeled farmers of the most valuable U.S. crop, as exports to China plummeted 53% in the 2018-2019 marketing year.
China is finally acting on the long-awaited opening of its massive financial industry — and global financial giants are taking note.