Chetan Seth of Nomura explains why Asian markets aren't as vulnerable to a taper tantrum as they were in 2013 if the Fed starts to wind back stimulus.
Batanes is an underrated, remote region in the northern Philippines with pastoral emerald hills, rugged landscapes and few tourists.
Christiaan Tuntono from Allianz Global Investors is positive on India, Indonesia and the Philippines on the back of weakness in the U.S. dollar.
Sarah Lien of Eastspring Investments says despite the recent rally, southeast Asian markets are full of opportunities, including the real estate sector.
Pushing for further clarity on U.S. commitment to Taiwan is a matter up for debate, says Scott Kenendy of CSIS.
The Philippines' national government has enough funds to vaccinate its estimated target of up to 60 million people against the coronavirus, says Secretary of Finance Carlos Dominguez.
Careers in health care, education and digital services are set to be among the fastest-growing in Southeast Asia this year, according to a new LinkedIn report.
The Philippines has long struggled to attract firms to its stock market, with just seven initial public offerings (IPOs) in the past three years.
A new survey of chefs and food enthusiasts named the most underrated food cities and countries around the world.
Earlier, Vietnam went 99 days without local transmissions until a cluster of cases broke out at a hospital in Da Nang in central Vietnam in July.
We expect a "strong rebound" in the second quarter onward of next year from the coronavirus pandemic, says Benjamin Diokno, governor of Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas, the central bank of the Philippines.
The coronavirus pandemic and ongoing political protests have left Thailand's economy in "pretty bad shape," said Euben Paracuelles of Nomura.
The suspension was a partial reversal of an easing on Sept. 28, when China allowed all foreigners with valid residence permits to enter.
Typhoon Goni is among the strongest typhoons to hit the Philippines since Haiyan, which killed more than 6,300 people in 2013.
Stock market analysts in Asia clearly do not agree on who will win the U.S. presidential election. But they're pretty unified on how they plan to play it.
Duterte had earlier this week volunteered to participate in trials for the Russian vaccine even as scientists and health experts questioned the safety and effectiveness of the drug.
The Philippine economy marked its first recession in 29 years, hammered by one of the world's longest and strictest coronavirus lockdowns in the second quarter, the statistics agency said Thursday.
HSBC's Joseph Incalcaterra says Indonesia is unlikely to see a quick economic recovery as the coronavirus isn't well-contained without a full nationwide lockdown, but the country has room for more fiscal stimulus to aid the recovery. He adds that the big drop in remittances to the Philippines will only continue as economic activities globally are not back to normal levels yet.
The Philippines' government can afford to increase its fiscal spending to support its national recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, says Euben Paracuelles, chief ASEAN economist at Nomura. He also discusses Indonesia's "pretty serious" economic situation, saying its second quarter GDP will be a "huge wake-up call," with Nomura estimating a 6.1% contraction.
The Philippines is currently focusing on ramping up testing for the coronavirus and gradually reopening its public transport system safely, says Karl Kendrick Chua, acting secretary for the country's National Economic and Development Authority.