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The yen has surged since the BOJ shifted to a negative-rate policy in January, but the Japanese currency is set to weaken ahead, Goldman Sachs said.
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley unveiled a budget for the poor on Monday, announcing new rural aid and health programs in a strategy shift.
Narendra Modi wants the federal budget unveiled on Monday to appeal to India's rural poor, officials familiar with his thinking said.
China expects to lay off 1.8 million workers in the coal and steel sectors, an official said on Monday.
Mahathir Mohamad believes the ruling United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) party is being seen as "supporting corruption" under PM Najib Razak.
Some analysts think that the pickup in manufacturing activity might be temporary amid weak domestic and external demand.
We're not heading for another global financial crisis or even a hard landing in China, South Korea's finance minister and deputy PM told CNBC.
A man in India stabbed 14 members of his own family to death, including seven children, before hanging himself, police said.
There's a data barrage out of Japan, Australia and South Korea, as well as China's official and Caixin PMI, and few commentators expect good news.
Malaysia's ruling party has suspended a senior official and is investigating a website that reported on the 1MDB scandal, The WSJ reports.
The world's top economies are set to declare that they need to look beyond ultra-low interest rates if the global economy is to shake off its torpor.
Reformists and moderate conservatives were leading in parliamentary elections according to early results Saturday, a boost to President Hassan Rouhani.
The head of the World Bank says he’s “very impressed” with China’s reform plans, playing down concerns over the economic slowdown has been managed.
20 years after Nintendo launched its phenomenally successful Pokemon games, the group has yet to transition its famous gaming stars onto our smartphone screens.
One strategist claims Chinese businesses are using “accounting trickery” to mask underlying credit problems.
A new detergent advert addressing gender inequality has gone viral, even receiving the backing of Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg.
Following a fourth nuclear test and long-range rocket launch, North Korean human rights is facing tighter sanctions.
Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, who oversaw bank bailouts in the global financial crisis, has different advice for China: Let companies fail.
The OECD is pressing the G-20 to come up with an urgent policy response to stuttering global growth as finance chiefs meet in Shanghai.
The low price of oil is allowing cargo vessels to avoid the Suez and Panama canal tariffs and take the long way round Africa instead.
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Wendell Perkins says investors could be overlooking just how complicated Brexit negotiations will be.
Marie Owens Thomsen, Indosuez Wealth Management, says small companies will face additional administrative burdens post-Brexit.
Paul Rawlinson of Baker McKenzie weighs in on the complicated negotiations that are due to take place between the U.K. and the European Union.