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The specter of bankruptcy is hanging over a major part of South Korea's economy, further threatening the country's stagnant growth.
Data releases from China, Australia and Japan this week will provide a snapshot of economic health in Asia Pacific.
Singapore's prosecutors have declared the investigation the largest money-laundering probe the country has undertaken, the WSJ reports.
The new Wanda City theme park in Nanchang is unlikely to be successful given the high amount of dead theme parks around the mainland, warns Francis Lun, CEO at Gun Securities.
Markets are fixated on this price point but the actual relevance of the number is a self-fulfilling prophecy, explains Warren Gilman, chairman and CEO of CEF Holdings.
The Fed is trying to make the market believe in its dot plot as much as possible, notes Richard Iley, chief economist for emerging markets at BNP Paribas.