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Kingsley Jones of Jevons Global talks about why South Korean stocks are attractive for investors in spite of the country's corporate governance problems.
Oliver Matthew, head of Consumer, CLSA, said Korean cosmetic firms were hit by a slowdown in tourists from China this year on political tensions, but have room to rebound once the situation eases.
China wants Japan to move beyond tighter UN economic sanctions and press for talks with North Korea over its weapons program.
It's not the Vision Fund, but SoftBank Ventures Korea is another unit of the Japanese conglomerate looking to invest in start-ups.
South Korea suffered a failure of one of its missiles Friday, raising questions of whether it's prepared for a conflict with North Korea.
Tim Seymour, Fast Money trader, weighs in on what's moving in emerging markets.
Putin thinks that sanctions could lead to large-scale human suffering
More U.S. military might could be headed for the Korean Peninsula as tensions grow following North Korea's new missile firings.
It’s a conundrum: Despite North Korea launching a missile over Japan, traders still see the yen as a safe-haven play, pushing it up.
Back-channel talks between the U.S. and North Korea are "useful tools" but unlikely to lead to major strides or meaningful dialogue.
Jonathan Berkshire Miller of the Council on Foreign Relations weighs in on posturing from both North Korea and the U.S. ahead of U.S.-South Korea military exercises.
South Korea's stocks rallied to record highs, but that may have been derailed by the spat between Trump and North Korea.
Kim Jong Un believes the way to preserve his regime in North Korea is through a nuclear weapons program, says Thomas Hubbard, chairman of The Korea Society.
The news that North Korea mastered miniaturizing nuclear devices was not unexpected, but it does mean a significant step for Pyongyang.
It’s a conundrum: Despite Japan being a likely target of North Korean ire, traders still see the yen as a safe haven, pushing it up.
Foreign policy experts explain why the U.S can't count on Beijing to rein in North Korea.