U.S. President Donald Trump will travel to Japan on May 25-28 for meetings with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. » Read More
By: Kayla Tausche
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says that the U.S. is in its final round of trade talks with China. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports. » Read More
By: Tom Donohue, president and CEO, US Chamber of Commerce
When you stand still on trade, you fall behind. Nowhere is this more apparent for the United States than in Japan, the world's third largest economy and a top market for U.S. exports, writes Tom Donohue, CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. » Read More
A total of 364 onshore Chinese bonds will be added to the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index over the next 20 months.
Malcolm Turnbull explained the company that provides and maintains 5G infrastructure has the capability to act adversely to a country's national interest, but he added he's not suggesting China's Huawei would actually do that.
The slowdown in Japanese manufacturing activity might be cyclical rather than a more permanent, structural one, said Hiro Shirakawa, Credit Suisse's chief economist for Japan.
Japan has ample room to accept more foreign labor to fill a widening demographic gap, says Tomomi Inada, a lawmaker with prime ministerial ambitions.
Hiro Shirakawa of Credit Suisse says the Bank of Japan should be in a wait-and-see mode because it is unclear if the economy is going through an adjustment or headed to a recession.
The perk was part of Ghosn's original employment contract when he signed on as CEO in 1999, Bloomberg says, citing anonymous sources.
Seth Fischer of Oasis Management says the pace of change in corporate Japan has "accelerated a lot" in terms of shareholder engagement with management.
Shannon Saccocia, Boston Private Wealth CIO, and Michael Farr, president and CEO of Farr, Miller and Washington, join CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report" to discuss the mid-day market amid concerns of a global slowdown.
Eisai said it has begun phase 3 clinical trials of Alzheimer's treatment, a day after the Japanese drugmaker and U.S. partner Biogen scrapped trials for its own Alzheimer's drug.
Even before Brexit came about, the European Union faced multiple challenges over the last decade, said Stephen Roach.
Major Asian stock markets closed little changed on Friday as investors grappled over the consequences of a recent change in interest rate outlook at the U.S. Federal Reserve.
The Olympics and Paralympics will take place next summer.
Daniel Gerard of State Street Global Exchange talks about Asian economies such as Japan and China. He says China is in the process of a "large rebalance" of its economy.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for a global crackdown on social media in the wake of the attacks on two Christchurch mosques.
North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui said at a news conference that her country has "no intention to yield" to demands made by the U.S.
Adrian Zuercher of UBS says the Japanese yen is trading at "very attractive" entry levels at this point, and reduced quantitative easing by the Bank of Japan could push the currency higher.
Heng Koon How of United Overseas Bank says markets are expecting a lot of accommodation from the Bank of Japan, but the central bank appears to have "boxed themselves in."
Mikio Kumada of LGT Capital Partners says, if China's economy recovers, Japan could be set to benefit more than other major markets.
Technology is changing the way we move around our towns and cities.
Investors have to be "very selective" when putting money into Japan, says Laurent Lequeu of Lumen Capital Investors says.