The inspections by US audit watchdog PCAOB are part of a deal with Beijing to prevent delistings of Chinese firms from the New York Stock Exchange
China's securities regulator has questioned why the battery maker needs so much capital after it raised $6.56 billion in a domestic share placement last year
Investors hope premier Li Qiang's close ties with president Xi Jinping will enable him to push for more business-friendly policies
Several Hong Kong-listed companies, mostly Chinese pharmaceutical firms, disclosed their exposure to Silicon Valley Bank over the weekend
Last July, the RBI introduced a new mechanism to settle international trade in rupees, aiming to promote exports and facilitate imports
The Netherlands considers it necessary on national security grounds to get this technology into oversight with the greatest of speed, the Dutch trade minister said
Fintech firm Riskified is moving $500 million out of the country after news that business leaders shifted $4 billion abroad amid worry over the Netanyahu regime's contentious judicial reforms
Lenders will release 31 million pledged shares of Adani Enterprises, and 155 million shares of Adani Ports, the group said in a statement on Tuesday.
China's foreign minister warns that Taiwan is an internal issue solely for Chinese people and that mishandling the issue would rock US-China relations
Japanese investors sold a net 2.15 trillion yen ($15.6 billion) in foreign equities in February, their largest monthly selloff since April 2021
Sanctions on Russia are slowly eating away at the dollar's dominance by encouraging Asian traders such as India to use other currencies, like the UAE dirham or the rouble.
New financial regulator will replace the banking commission and do some functions of the central bank and securities commission; a national data bureau will also be set up