Gross domestic product (GDP) rose 3.9% in the July to September quarter over 2021, official data showed on Monday, with exports up but home prices down and youth unemployment near 18%
China's slowdown has hit the capacity of provinces to fund intrastructure projects and led many to shed staff, data from provincial governments shows
Global financial conditions, reflectling the availability of funding, were at their tightest since 2009 in late September, lifted by surging interest rates, falling equities and a soaring dollar
Hedge fund billionaire warns that the US Federal Reserve's determination to keep raising interest rates to counter inflation will create real economic pain
Dimon said the S&P 500 stock index could fall by "another easy 20%" from current levels, but that was likely to "be much more painful" than the 24% so far this year
Thirteen Chinese firms have been added to a blacklist that bars US investment, including DJI Technology, Dahua Technology and BGI Genomics.
A smaller than expected rate hike by Australia's central bank, of just 0.25%, helped send the Australian stock exchange to its best day in over two years
Smartphone maker Xiaomi said on Sunday it continue to protect its interests, after voicing disappointment with an Indian order to freeze $682 million of its assets
South Korea's exports grew at the slowest pace in nearly two years in September. Weaker global demand has put pressure on the trade-dependent economy.
South Korean President met with economic officials on Friday, when the won traded 0.6% higher, amid talk of modest intervention in the forex market. The won hit a 13-year low recently.
A healthy pipeline of deals could make Southeast Asia a rare bright spot for global funds as they grapple with rising finance costs and slumping markets.
Mergers and acquisitions involving firms in China have sunk by a third this year, in line with a global decline, but private equity groups are now eyeing possible deals in India and SE Asia