Chinese stocks and the yuan fell as protests against Covid curbs erupted across cities, casting shadows over the nation’s ...
Investors are readying for a dip as markets open in Asia on Monday to news of growing unrest in China over Covid restrictions ...
Hong Kong, among the world’s least affordable property markets, is in a rare downturn and its extent can be seen in the stark ...
Oil eased as unrest in China over Covid Zero curbs hurt appetite for risk and the outlook for demand, adding to stresses in ...
Brexit barged its way back onto the UK political agenda this month, with a report that Rishi Sunak’s government might seek ...
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is facing pushback from his ruling Conservatives as they try to force the government to drop a ...
Apple Inc. partner Foxconn is offering bonuses of as much as $1,800 to existing workers at its Zhengzhou facility, hoping to sustain the staff levels it needs to run the world’s largest iPhone factory ...
Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he will meet with Egyptian counterpart Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi after the two leaders ...
Twitter Inc. is hiring, according to slides from a company talk tweeted by owner Elon Musk, following sweeping job reductions ...
Profits at industrial firms in China continued to decline in the first 10 months of the year, weighed down by Covid ...
Pakistan has halted payments for in-app purchases including online video games bought by local customers using airtime from ...
A BBC journalist was “beaten and kicked” by police during Covid-19 protests in China, the Press Association reported, citing ...