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The Chasm Between Valuation and Reality in Indian Equities

The world's worst wave of infection is subsiding in India but it hardly seems justified that stocks have risen to all-time highs.

Are Chinese Shares Set for a Bull Run?

Last year's top-performing stock market worldwide has been a disappointment since setting an all-time high in February. Could it have just turned?

Asia's Top-Performing Market Produces World's Worst Selloff

Shares in Taiwan are suffering as the island tightens COVID restrictions; meanwhile, stocks stay strong in heavily infected India.

A Unicorn With Two Horns? Gojek, Tokopedia to Merge

The largest-ever merger in Indonesian history will combine the country's two best-known online brands.

After an Aborted Attempt, Hong Kong and Singapore Try Travel Bubble Again

Singapore and Hong Kong are due to allow quarantine-free travel between the two financial hubs as of May 26.

Asian Stocks Falter as Vaccine Programs Stumble

Markets in Tokyo, Mumbai and most of Southeast Asia are down this month, Asia's early progress in combatting COVID-19 proving hard to sustain.

Vaccine Skepticism May Hold Back Asian Recovery

Getting international travel and commerce back on track may hinge on vaccine acceptance.

Asian Shares Suffer Heaviest Selling in 9 Months

Stocks were down sharply and across the board in Asia, but absent any region-specific factors.

Tyme for Asia as HSBC and South African Online Bank Expand

Europe's biggest bank, HSBC, is in an impossible political situation, caught between London and Hong Kong. South Africa's TymeBank will have it easier expanding into the Philippines.

A Second Depressed Lunar New Year Spells Disaster

Retailers and restaurants normally rely on bumper sales over the Lunar New Year holiday. But the cashier tills are silent.