The bourse should delist Toshiba and fulfil its responsibility to protect small investors. Continued trading is an indictment of Japan’s corporate governance.
China's Belt and Road initiative offers a huge opportunity for emerging economies. But to make the most of it, bond markets will need to step up.
Around $26 trillion of infrastructure investment is needed in Asia over the next 15 years. There is one obvious place to look.
Chinese investors looking to make acquisitions in Europe face challenges. But a careful approach can bear fruit
Myanmar's stock market is on the cusp of opening the door to foreign investors. They could be forgiven for not rushing in.
Kraft Heinz's abortive bid for Unilever offers a timely reminder to Asian dealmakers of some of the pitfalls to avoid when structuring an M&A deal.
The US tech giant’s sale of non-voting shares offers an opportunity for Hong Kong to rethink its approach to new listings. It's an option the city should reject.
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.
China’s crackdown on outbound M&A looks like the wrong sort of reform. But it is hard to blame the government for its caution.
Frontier markets prosper through offering uncertainty. But as Mr. Uncertainty prepares to occupy the White House, that might have less value.
Ravi Karunanayake explains how Sri Lanka's government can boost growth as it develops a megalopolis around Colombo and a Chinese-leased port in Hambantota.
2016 marks a new record high for China outbound M&A but joint venture disputes will inevitably follow.
Donald Trump will become the 45th president of the United States. As markets slump, we ask investors in Asia for their reactions.
The Securities and Futures Commission's new top enforcer has wasted no time making an impact. That's not just right — it's also good for business.
With Pakistan riding a wave towards emerging-market status, it may be time for frontier investors to jump ship