Shockwaves around the world have made political analysis a must for investors in Asia. But is the really smart play to look beyond the short-term news flows and stick to fundamentals?
Globalisation has led to boom of cross-border investment in infrastructure development. But it has also led to rising disputes about deals.
A new breed of insurance firms has grown very big, very fast. Long a source of instability in the market, these firms can now be quite the opposite.
The Hong Kong-Shenzhen stock link got a tepid response on its first day. But there is reason to believe investors will see opportunities in China's answer to Silicon Valley.
China’s foreign exchange regulator is clamping down on the ability of companies to move money offshore.
Japan's prime minister is determined to revive the country's economy, but he has left too much of the hard lifting to the Bank of Japan. It’s time he took responsibility.
Samsonite, Prada and L'Occitane once flocked to the city for IPOs. Now, despite hosting the world's biggest IPO of the year, HK looks like less of a global contender.
Chinese regulator gets aggressive under new boss.
The chief executive of JP Morgan's global corporate bank for Asia Pacific talks about the bank's business strategies in India and China and the region operation after Brexit.
From government officials to fund managers, Indonesia's great and good are becoming increasingly excited about the impact of the tax amnesty.
Singapore lender moves to reassure investors ahead of its second-quarter results on Monday after saying it could write down half its exposure to the oil and gas group.
The BOJ's latest monetary policy meeting led to widespread disappointment. That’s unfair. The changes announced were not showy — but they were essential for the country’s bond investors.
The company's liquidation filing reignites questions about the credit fundamentals of oil companies amid persistent weakness in oil prices.
But for now feasibility studies are pressing ahead.
Britain’s vote to exit EU adds new uncertainties to global economy at a time when China faces downward pressures, Premier Li Keqiang said at the World Economic Forum.