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Convenience-store chains are booming as Southeast Asia gets richer and more urban. Looking at sales from services rather than goods is a smart investment play on the sector.
Look at what the Reserve Bank of Australia will do for a blueprint of what could be coming at a central bank near you.
It is hard to see how the troubled retailer pulls out of the death spiral in which it finds itself.
Billionaire behind China's most-aggressive international corporate expansion can't fulfill his duties, company confirms at a time Beijing scrutinizes shadow lending.
The battle for China Vanke, previously the country's largest property developer, appears to have ended with the Shenzhen government taking over.
The U.K. election result is a hung parliament. For investors, that's the worst of all possible outcomes.
We are now in the capitulation stage where the share prices of many retailers finally are reaching levels that provide a favorable reward-versus-risk ratio.
The recent Moody's downgrade of China's credit score masks the price increases and operating profits that some debt-heavy members of China Inc. are pushing through.
Favorable demographics of an aging population should offset the impact of new regulations or legislation covering skilled nursing reimbursement.
Real estate is finally back in fashion for investors, with assets topping $2.5 trillion. Those looking for something a little higher along the risk-reward curve are coming to Asia.

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