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With growth slowing, and foreign manufacturers gaining share, many of China\'s auto industry players could face extinction.
Ferrari SpA expects a slight increase in sales in China this year, according to executives, even as the company continues to reduce production to preserve the sports-car brand\'s exclusivity.
Toyota Motor is becoming more ambitious about its China business, with an aim to take the third spot in the world\'s largest market for cars in terms of market share.
The search for debris from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 continued Sunday, with an unmanned submersible continuing to scan the floor of the southern Indian Ocean.
The chairman of state-owned China Resources Holdings Co. has been stripped of his position as the firm\'s Communist Party chief as part of a corruption investigation.
China Unveils List of IPO Aspirants  (19 April 03:38 pm) 
In a surprise move, the China Securities Regulatory Commission announced a list of 28 companies that have disclosed their IPO plans.
Several members of a panel that last year recommended more aggressive investing by Japan\'s public pension fund will be named to the fund\'s investment committee in the coming week.
In the first comprehensive study of the DNA on dollar bills, New York University researchers identified 3,000 types of bacteria in all—many times more than in previous studies that examined samples
To help banks address tougher capital requirements in accord with global guidelines, China unveiled fresh rules on their issuance of preferred shares.
When Jitters Can Be a Bullish Sign  (19 April 05:52 am) 
Some advisers have been quick to turn bearish, which may mean the stock market has room to rise further.
Floating A Few Cents to Investors  (19 April 05:43 am) 
The Intelligent Investor: In January, the U.S. Treasury began issuing floating-rate notes, the first major innovation in U.S. debt since inflation-protected securities were introduced in 1997.
How to Spot a Market Bubble  (19 April 04:14 am) 
Weekend Investor: Investors can get burned when the air rushes out of a hot market. Here\'s how to tell when prices are getting dangerously inflated, and a few places where that may be happening now.
Alibaba-Linked Fund Posts Strong Growth  (19 April 03:15 am) 
China\'s fast-growing online investment fund Yu\'e Bao nearly tripled in size during the first quarter, as its funds under management ballooned to $87 billion.
Nickel Prices Hit 14-Month High  (19 April 01:23 am) 
Nickel prices are soaring amid growing concern about the availability of supply from Indonesia and Russia, the top two producers of the metal.
Don't Doubt Japan's Resolve to Revive  (18 April 09:01 pm) 
Japanese stocks have fallen this year, disheartening those who thought Abenomics was a one-way stairway to prosperity. The selloff presents investors a fresh entry point at attractive valuations.
Cambodia's Second IPO Delayed  (18 April 07:43 pm) 
A Taiwanese-owned garment maker has delayed its planned Cambodia listing by three weeks, setting back what would be just the second initial public offering to be held in this developing Southeast
Abdullah Gul indicated he was not going to become a figurehead prime minister should Recep Tayyip Erdogan become president, but it is still unclear if he plans to retire or will challenge Mr Erdogan
China Banks Buy More Currency in March  (18 April 05:41 pm) 
China\'s central bank and financial institutions bought a net 189.20 billion yuan ($30.40 billion) of foreign currency in March, compared with a net purchase of CNY128.25 billion in February, according
China Banks Buy More Currency  (18 April 05:41 pm) 
China\'s central bank and financial institutions bought a net 189.20 billion yuan ($30.40 billion) of foreign currency in March, compared with a net purchase of CNY128.25 billion in February, according
McDonald\'s is aiming to beef up its image in China with an overhaul of some restaurants in big cities and commercials featuring basketball star LeBron James.
Up to five climbers are feared buried by an avalanche that swept the slopes of Mount Everest on Friday and hit a route used to ascend the world\'s highest peak, officials said.
Rescuers Prepare to Lift Ferry  (18 April 09:22 am) 
South Korean salvage crews brought three large cranes to the site of the sunken ferry boat in a bid to lift the overturned vessel as the search for 271 missing passengers continued.
Japan to Revamp Pension Fund  (18 April 08:54 am) 
An aide to the prime minister says the overhaul is aimed at getting the mammoth public pension fund to invest more in higher-returning assets and less in low-yielding government bonds.
China\'s fast-growing online investment fund Yu\'e Bao nearly tripled in size during the first quarter, as its funds under management ballooned to $87 billion.
Natural Gas Prices Jump  (18 April 07:06 am) 
Natural-gas prices posted their biggest one-day gain in two months after a smaller-than-expected increase in U.S. inventories reignited fears that supplies are too low.