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Hong Kong police made fresh attempts to unblock streets that have been occupied for two weeks, removing more barricades a day after clashes broke out.
China's 'new normal' of moderate growth is a top concern for Indonesia as it implies downward pressure on commodity prices.
Singapore's economy grew at a slower-than-expected pace in the third quarter, data on Tuesday showed, adding to growing concerns over the outlook for the wealth city state.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visited a residential district and a science academy, ending a lengthy absence from public view.
China Premier Li's trip to Moscow is expected to net as many as 50 trade deals, as sanctions spur Russia to accelerate ties with the mainland.
An angry crowd tried to charge barricades used by pro-democracy protesters occupying part of downtown Hong Kong.
Goldman Sachs slashed its growth forecast for Hong Kong as pro-democracy protests stretched into their third week, with no end in sight.
China's exports grew at a much stronger than expected pace in September, while imports also rose, beating expectations of a decline.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is preparing to invest more taxpayer money in ailing state-owned factories in a bid to turn them around.
Military officers in both countries say the violence has escalated because of a more assertive Indian posture under the new government of PM Modi.
BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda says he's comfortable with the yen's fall, noting it is merely in the process of correcting from excessive strength.
Hong Kong police on Monday removed some barricades erected by protesters in the Chinese-controlled city, but said they could remain on the streets.
South Korea has around 70 percent of its used fuel stacked in temporary storage pools, with some sites due to fill by the end of 2016.
Soft data from the world's second-largest economy could exacerbate global growth woes and weigh on markets this week.
Banks in Vietnam have long suffered under a cloud of bad loans, but now CIMB believes that will send the stock market sharply higher.
Hong Kong's embattled leader vowed on Sunday to stay in office, warning students that their pro-democracy movement was out of control.
Hundreds of student activists camped overnight at major protest sites in Hong Kong as the democracy movement sought to regather momentum.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is in firm control of his government but hurt his leg taking part in a military drill. Reuters reports.
North Korea fired machinegun rounds into South Korea, prompting the South to retaliate with its own fire.
Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai, shot in the head by the Taliban two years ago for advocating girls' right to education, and Indian children's right advocate Kailash Satyarthi won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday.
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Norman Chan, investment director at NAB Private Wealth Advisory, says the chances of a rate hike in September are limited because of a lack of "major improvements" in the U.S. data.