U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May touched down in Japan on Wednesday, with aspirations to soothe Brexit concerns and drum up trade from the world's third-largest economy.
Investors can expect greater clarity on how China's banking system is holding up against the slew of regulatory actions to reign in risks from rising debt.
Argentina sold $2.75 billion of a hotly demanded 100-year bond in US dollars Monday, just over a year after emerging from its latest default.
The Reserve Bank of Australia held its benchmark cash rate at a record low 1.5 percent as expected on Tuesday and points to weaker growth in the March quarter.
CNBC takes a look at how the race for Downing Street has evolved and whether there really could be a shock in store.
Asian shares were mixed in Tuesday trade as geopolitics took a backseat and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence continued his tour of Asia.
France's presidential election is quickly turning into a four-way race as far-left candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon surges into contention.
The Fede recognizes the substantial infrastructure spending plans pledged by Trump as the real pillar to the economy, Nomura's chief economist told CNBC.
South Africa's Zuma sacked finance minister Gordhan in a cabinet reshuffle after days of speculation that has rocked the country's markets and currency.
Le Pen's roadmap to the Élysée Palace in May must first begin by inspiring a sense of urgency among politically apathetic voters; Nomura.
Japan Inc may become a more important force in dealmaking next year.
The firm outline unlikely, but potentially impactful events next year, calling them 'grey swan' risks.
A war of words has escalated between the supporters and detractors of troubled German lender Deutsche Bank.
The Bank of Japan has radically changed how it will purchase exchange-traded funds in Japan’s stock market. Here’s how to play it.
Markets in Asia traded mixed amid lingering uncertainties over key central bank policy meetings due next week.
Japan shares whipsawed and the yen surged after the BOJ threw markets a smaller-than-expected bone in its keenly watched decision on Friday.
The firm warns countries in Asia and Mexico will face a negative impact in the event Donald Trumps is elected president.
The Japanese investment bank predicts financial market volatility if the presumptive Republican nominee wins the White House.
The yen rallied sharply and stocks tumbled Thursday after the BOJ kept monetary policy steady policy steady at a scheduled meeting.
Asia markets traded higher on Wednesday, after a rise in oil prices boosted Wall Street and China trade data showed exports climbed in March.