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Hong Kong's housing prices could slump up to 25 percent next year if the trade war between the United States and China worsens and local stocks slide further, according to real-estate and investment management company JLL.
In a speech in Singapore on Wednesday, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said central banks have a role supplying money to the digital economy.
The British sports car maker officially opens a new U.K. factory on Wednesday.
Even though interest rates in New Zealand are at a record low, the Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Geoff Bascand says it could still cut rates if growth outlook and business confidence worsen.
An audio tape of Jamal Khashoggi's killing may not implicate Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to Donald Trump's National Security Advisor.
European companies are unlikely to continue business with Tehran even if their governments wish otherwise, the White House's National Security Advisor said on Tuesday.
The European banking system needs consolidation and that becomes more inevitable day after day, the head of one of the largest banks in Europe told CNBC on Tuesday.
The International Monetary Fund has warned that a number of risks could offset economic growth in the Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
Growth is slowing in a number of the world's big economies, and the International Monetary Fund is warning that investor sentiment could make a "sudden reversal" for the worse.
Shares of some major Apple suppliers fell in Asian trading Tuesday — some to multi-year lows — after the iPhone maker's stock plunged on concerns about customer demand.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad commented on the state of the oil market less than a month before OPEC and non-OPEC members are scheduled to meet in Vienna to vote on their next policy decision.
"As you can see from the midterm elections, he has not done so well. The chances of him getting a second term is a bit bleak at the moment," the Malaysian leader told CNBC.
Research from the World Economic Forum looked into what executives in different regions class as the biggest threats to firms.
There's a need for some sense of urgency to settling America's trade issues with European allies. Michael Ivanovitch writes.
E-commerce in Southeast Asia is still at the "beginning of the journey" and witnessing "accelerating growth," says CEO of Lazada Singapore.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison told CNBC that Australia's national policies have not been impacted by the recent change in government.