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China's better-than-expected first quarter GDP growth is spurring economists at Citi, Barclays and ING to raise their growth forecasts for this year, though other analysts are holding off for now.
Big European banks are set to report their first-quarter earnings and some investors fear that poor report cards could lead to further volatility.
"Quick counts" tallied by private pollsters based on samples of actual votes showed that Indonesia's incumbent President Joko Widodo is set to beat former army general Prabowo Subianto.
China's auto industry has hit a soft patch, but there may be a bright spot.
Goldman Sachs Chief Executive David Solomon said Wednesday that the chances of the U.S. economy soon entering a recession are lower now than they were earlier this year.
Investors have been watching the health of the Chinese economy amid Beijing's ongoing trade dispute with Washington.
Goldman Sachs expects weak earnings growth across all major markets in 2019, Goldman Sachs' chief global equity strategist Peter Oppenheimer told CNBC's Squawk Box.
Despite U.S. threats over new tariffs on Europe and the latter's willingness to retaliate, analysts are not expecting a trade war between the economic giants for several reasons.
Gold is poised to move higher later this year, powered by Fed dovishness on interest rates and lingering global uncertainties, the global head of precious metals at financial services firm INTL FCStone told CNBC.
Malaysia's relationship with China is under scrutiny ahead of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's working visit to Beijing in April.
"I think most of the gains for this year in Chinese as well as Asian equity markets are already behind us," said Mixo Das, Asia equity strategist at J.P. Morgan.
Economic nationalism and issues of religious identity are at the forefront of Indonesia's upcoming elections as the world's largest Muslim-majority country goes to the polls on Wednesday.
The South Korean city of Gwangju has seen a steady exodus of manufacturing jobs move to low-cost countries. Many job seekers say they would work for the plant in a heartbeat.
It seems that Beijing's trade arrangements with Europe are complicating American efforts to radically change trade relations with China, writes Michael Ivanovitch.
On April 17, some 193 million Indonesians will vote for five levels of political office — an exercise described by some analysts as the world's largest single-day elections.
Brazil, Russia, India and China were supposed to reshape the economy in the early 2000s. But that all changed after the financial crisis.