New Zealand is the top-performing stock market in the Asia Pacific region and provides a hideaway if equities continue to sink.
With Aussie assets up for grabs in touchy industries such as oil and civil engineering, and an agricultural deal in the works, the Australian government faces tough decisions over whether to approval sales to state-owned Chinese buyers.
Car sales are sliding in China and plummeting in India, which is putting pressure on automakers that sell in those markets.
There was a false dawn in Chinese equities in June. August has witnessed another. Can the markets in Shanghai and Shenzhen continue to gain even as production moves out of China?
Here are the investment plays to watch as the world's fourth-largest country by population shifts its capital completely to a central location.
The Philippines budget carrier Cebu Pacific is adding capacity at the expanding Clark International Airport, now effectively a second airport for Manila.
With inroads into infrastructure through a cement company acquisition and a great beer to boot, San Miguel Corp. has a solid offering.
After China's airline regulator put pressure on Hong Kong's main airline, pro-democracy protesters have decided to put pressure on the city's banks.
With Beijing amassing military hardware on Hong Kong's doorstep, it's worth counting the cost if the People's Liberation Army 'liberates' the city from pro-democracy protesters.
Jollibee and Kirin have both branched out in interesting directions, but their shares have been driven down as a result.