Wall Street Dragged Down By Poor Walmart Results

Shares on Wall Street dropped on Tuesday, with retailers falling especially hard following disappointing results from Do... Read more

Five More Arrests In Nirav Modi Bank Fraud Case

India's federal investigating agency on Tuesday arrested another five executives as it swooped down on companies run by ... Read more

Chinese Consortium Wins Bid For Dhaka Exchange

Bangladesh has agreed to sell a large stake in its stock exchange to a Chinese consortium, an official said on Tuesday, ... Read more

HSI Ends In Red As HSBC Gains Fail To Impress

Hong Kong stocks ended on Tuesday with losses, following a subdued day of trading after the Lunar New Year holiday. T... Read more

HSBC's Annual Profits Surge To US$9.6 Billion

HSBC has posted a surge in annual net profit for last year, to a whopping US$9.68 billion – up from just under US$1.3 ... Read more

Draft Paper On New Listing Rules To Be Issued Soon

HKEx chairman CK Chow said on Tuesday that the exchange will soon issue a draft paper on new listing rules which aim to ... Read more

Hong Kong Exchange Opens New Conference Venue

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has turned its former trading hall into an exhibition and conference venue for companie... Read more

Hong Kong Stocks Edge Up In Thin Trading

Hong Kong stocks pared back its early losses by break time on Tuesday, as trading was subdued following the Lunar New Ye... Read more

Deutsche Bank Laying Off Hundreds Of Bankers

Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank is letting hundreds of investment bankers go, Bloomberg News reported on Monday, ... Read more

Views Sought On Broadcast Rules

A public consultation on proposed changes to the regulatory regime for television and sound broadcasting was launched ... Read more

Japan Books First Trade Deficit In Eight Months

Japan logged a trade deficit in January, the first negative figure in eight months, as imports of fossil fuel overwhelme... Read more

Latvian Central Bank Governor Detained

Anti-corruption authorities in Latvia have detained the governor of the country's central bank, Ilmars Rimsevices, the B... Read more

Cepsa Wins Share In Abu Dhabi Oil Concession

Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC) said on Sunday it has awarded Spanish Cepsa firm a 20 percent share in a concession o... Read more

China To Protect Interests Over US Sanction Threat

China on Saturday warned it would take necessary measures to protect its interests if the US imposes tough trade sanctio... Read more

US Recommends Tariffs On Chinese And Russian Steel

The US Commerce Department on Friday recommended imposing heavy tariffs on China, Russia and other countries to counter ... Read more