The economic downturn in the second quarter has prompted analysts to downgrade growth forecasts for this year and predict a possible recession.
Global automakers are wrestling with increasing regulatory scrutiny and pressure on earnings amid record development expenses to roll out electric and self-driving vehicles.
The OECD lowered its forecast to 3.3% for this year, down from the 3.5% it predicted in November, which was itself a downgrade from a previous 3.7%.
Rising trade protectionism and uncertainty over US-China relations are key risks for the city-state this year.
While no one forecast an immediate rebound in crypto prices, they cast the current downturn as more like growing pains than rigour mortis.
But the Japanese car giant's profit would still be lower than the 2.49 trillion yen posted for the previous fiscal year.
The two men co-wrote an editorial in which they urged companies to abandon the practice of providing quarterly earnings guidance.
The IMF warns Beijing not to completely shelve the debt clean-up and other regulatory reforms.
The People’s Bank of China will probably pursue a looser monetary policy to shore up growth in face of the threats to trade, according to the analysis.
The launch date of Battlefield V was delayed by four weeks to Nov 20, and EA also cut its forecast for the fiscal year ending in March.
While investors prefer sectors with nearer-term benefits, space is an area Morgan Stanley anticipates will see "significant development."
February's annual inflation rate was below the 1.9% forecast in a Reuters poll, and well below the 2.7% posted in January.
Research houses do not expect the robust growth of last year but are positive about the outlook for this year.
Highest temperature recorded is 36 degrees and thunderstorms will occur in some parts of the peninsula, says weatherman.