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Adani Implosion Threatens Broader Blow to Indian Markets

Indian opposition politicians are demanding an investigation into the government's ties with the Adani Group, as Boris Johnson's brother steps down from linked investment bank.

Gautam Adani Lets 'Asia's Richest' Crown Slip as Selloff Resumes

Support from other Indian tycoons helped inch a record secondary stock sale from Adani Enterprises over the line.

Adani Delivers Tome in Response to Short-Sale 'Attack on India'

As the founder slips down the rich list, the Adani Group says Hindenburg Research report is an attack on the very nation of India.

Adani Companies Plunge Under Hindenburg Attack, Hurting Secondary Sale Attempt

Retail investors may baulk now they are being offered Adani Enterprises shares at a range well above their current trading price.

Adani Group, Run by Asia's Richest Man, Hit by Short Seller's Report

Hindenburg Research alleges irregularities and overleveraging at the listed entities controlled by Adani Enterprises.

Japanese Leader Opens Parliament With Pledge to Spark Birth Rate

Similar to China's discouraging demographics released last week, Japan faces the big challenge of an ageing population that isn't replacing itself.

Inflation in Asia at a Peak, Spelling Calmer Winds Ahead

The price-hike fever that's been making consumers queasy appears to have broken in the Asia Pacific region's major economies.

India Ends 2022 as Asia's Best Stock Market as China Finishes the Worst

Entering 2023, we can feel inflation easing and are watching for long-term gain from the removal of zero-Covid in China, even if it results in short-term pain.

Loss-Making Paytm Vows to Buy Back Shares in Face of Stock Selloff

India's largest-ever public offering at the time of its listing, Paytm has seen its share price perform horribly. Will this vote of confidence turn things around?

Emerging Markets Set to Outperform in 2023: Here's Where to Look

These are the emerging markets to target next year, with EM growth set to easily outrun that of the recession-bound developed world.