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The euro/yen chart has multiple features which suggest a downside target near 107.
With much of the global bond market posting negative yields, Asian fixed income still offers solid returns, said Pinebridge.
Countries including the U.K., Australia and Taiwan have issued travel advisories for tourists to Singapore on Zika virus fears.
The data offer some hope for policy makers battling to pull the world's third-largest economy out of stagnation.
Hangzhou city airport has been condemned by authorities as one of the worst-managed in China, the South China Morning Post reports.
The Bank of Japan's governor acknowledge the struggle to "anchor" inflation expectation at the central bank's 2 percent target.
Launching satellites into space could get even cheaper very soon.
While non-performing loan ratios have crept up, recent results reflect a stabilization in asset deterioration, an analyst said.
The newly resurgent dollar pressured Asian currencies as markets revived bets that the Fed could possibly raise interest rates as soon as next month.
Singapore has confirmed 56 cases of locally transmitted Zika virus infection, while ramping up health screenings and mosquito control efforts.
The all-important U.S. non-farm payrolls report and manufacturing surveys from China are expected to drive investor sentiment this week.
Cambodia is at a tipping point, as a volatile political situation puts its key industry in the firing line.
The capital of Laos, a secretive, landlocked country, will spring to life next week when global leaders arrive for a key Asian summit.
For some investors, talk of higher interest rates in the U.S. rumbling Asian equity markets is so 2013.
A second deadly vehicle accident in Japan has been blamed on "Pokemon Go," Kyodo news agency reports.
As many as 1,000 protesters marched in Malaysia's capital on Saturday to protest the scandal surrounding 1MDB, the country's troubled sovereign wealth fund.
North Korea’s latest missile test has security analysts admitting the country is closer than ever to possessing a nuclear weapon system.
The Philippine government and Communist rebels will sign an indefinite ceasefire agreement as part of efforts to end a five-decade conflict.
Rusal's profit slumped 70 percent in the first half of 2016, but the aluminum giant said tightening Chinese supply was helping stabilize metal prices.
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Shai Gilboa, CEO of Faception, talks about how his company uses analytics and machine learning to analyze facial images and "reveal" personalities.
Rodrigo Catril, NAB, weighs in on the debate at the Bank of England over whether the economy is ready for a hike in interest rates.
Markets in Asia have already done well this year and earnings might not come through to the same degree, says Sean Taylor, Deutsche Asset Management.