China’s blue-chip dipped 0.8%, with Hong Kong’s Hang Seng and the ASX in Sydney both tumbling 1.3%, while the BSE Sensex in Mumbai was also down 0.85%.
The spat between the two countries is putting Western nations in an awkward position, who are eyeing India as a hedge against China but are also close allies of Ottawa
Over 160 companies have lost their licences to exchange money since the coup in Myanmar for failing to adhere to the central bank's official exchange rate, while a notoriously rich general has been ousted
Reformers say structural changes needed, such as residency permit reforms for migrant workers, while others want spending on hospitals and aged care facilities
China exported no wrought germanium products last month, compared to 8.63 metric tons in July when volumes doubled from June as foreign buyers rushed to lock in supply ahead of export curbs
Regulators have checked with major brokers recently on short-selling activities and quant clients' trading strategies, which could cause them to curb moves that contribute to market volatility or short-selling
The deal will allow the vast Japanese conglomerate, which has been plagued by scandals and controversies in recent years, to become a private entity and one that is back in local hands
France’s decision — which follows an EU investigation into Chinese state subsidies for EV production — is aimed at reducing the country’s carbon footprint through imports, an official said
Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sydney, Mumbai and Singapore, all dropped on Wednesday, as did the smaller regional markets in Wellington, Manila, Taipei and Bangkok.
Bilateral commercial relations between India and Canada are worth $100 billion, which includes $70 billion of Canadian portfolio investment, according to Indian figures
Firms from the 10 nations in Southeast Asia are keen to test strong investor appetite for emerging market growth given the slump in Chinese stock offerings in the US
Recent data suggests the Chinese economy is finding its footing after a sharp slowdown, while yuan declines have reduced the need for authorities to chop interest rates to prop up growth