The European Union's dilly-dallying on trade and investment issues with China is incomprehensible, Michael Ivanovitch writes. » Read More
By: Anmar Frangoul
The offshore wind market in Japan is said to be "gaining momentum", according to Orsted. » Read More
Martin Schulz of Fujitsu Research Institute says he expects growth of 1.2 percent in the Japanese economy for the first half of 2019 and describes it as "pretty good." » Read More
John Vail of Nikko Asset Management says he expects the Bank of Japan to continue to keep interest rates negative. » Read More
A decades-old way of categorizing and analyzing Asian economies and equities that puts Japan in a class of its own is fast losing relevance, experts said.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports on the arrest of former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn.
When it comes to minting new millionaires, opportunities abound in some surprising places, according to a new report from research firm Wealth-X.
Chinese government data showed that December exports and imports fell unexpectedly, deepening concerns of a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy as Beijing's trade war with the U.S. appeared to be taking a toll.
Carlos Ghosn, the ousted chairman of Nissan, faces new charges in Japan of misreporting his compensation from Nissan.
Michael Allen of Jefferies says Fast Retailing is in "a lot more trouble" than the market realizes.
Andrew Jackson of SooChow CSSD Capital Markets (Asia) says it's difficult to get excited over Nissan's stock at this point when there is so much uncertainty in the company.
Japanese automaker Nissan Motor has terminated the lease to ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn's luxury apartment in Tokyo, Ghosn's legal team said on Friday.
Wall Street has to understand that the Fed's focus on price stability is the best policy to maintain and enhance sustainable growth of demand, output and employment, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
For travelers whose new year's resolutions include traveling more, industry experts have no shortage of suggestions.
Outside of Greater China, Apple has done well in mature and wealthy Asian economies such as Japan, South Korea and Singapore. But in the rest of Southeast Asia and India, where per capita incomes remain relatively low, the going has been tougher.
Tobias Harris of Teneo Intelligence says the sales tax hike in Japan looks "locked in," and efforts are being made to "smooth out" the effect of the increase.
The CPTPP agreement will slash tariffs among 11 nations, making the goods of non-members such as the United States less competitive in those markets.
The U.S. economy will continue to grow in the months ahead, and the Fed will change little, if anything, to its present accommodative stance, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Jack Ewing, European economics correspondent at The International New York Times, sits down with "Squawk Box" to discuss the latest allegations against Nissan's Carlos Ghosn in Japan.
Former Nissan executive Greg Kelly got a belated Christmas present as he was released from a Tokyo Detention Center overnight after being held for more than a month over corruption allegations.