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Yen bears could be in for disappointment this year if former Japanese currency official Eisuke Sakakibara's latest comments are anything to go by.
Malaysian state investor Khazanah Nasional Bhd plans to take Malaysian Airline System Bhd (MAS) private.
Chinese military bases is being threatened by illegally built buildings, and fake tourists seeking access to spy sensitive sites.
North Korea fired short-range rockets into the sea off its east coast a day ahead of a state visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Seoul.
Gambling revenue in Macau fell 3.7 percent, the first drop in over four years, with analysts saying the World Cup had diverted gamblers away.
Treasury Secretary Lew wants to address economic reform and the cyber-spying charges against Chinese officials that have angered Beijing.
The Aussie dollar may have soared to eight-month highs this week but parity against the U.S. dollar is still a long way off, analysts say.
Police removed kicking and screaming protesters from the business district, holdouts of a sit-in on the heels of a rally demanding greater democracy.
As AirAsia gets set to re-enter Japan through a joint venture, CEO Tony Fernandes is optimistic AirAsia Japan will be profitable within a year.
Overregulation in the US has spooked global banks. They are now looking beyond Wall St. as a major financial hub. What's next?
British luxury auto maker Rolls Royce has set its sights on one of Asia's poorest but fastest growing nations: Cambodia.
Founder of short-seller Muddy Waters Research, Carson Block, claimed on Tuesday that Chinese economic data lacked credibility.
RBA kept interest rates steady for the 10th policy meeting in a row on Tuesday, and seemed set to stay on the sidelines for some time to come.
Upbeat news on China's manufacturing sector on Tuesday raises the question of whether it's time to wean the economy off growth-supportive measures.
China is relaxing the rules used for calculating the amount of deposits that banks can re-lend as loans, in its latest move to stimulate growth.
Japan has agreed to end a ban that has kept the army from fighting overseas since World War Two, a step away from post-war pacifism and a political victory for PM Abe.
The Australian dollar has been strong this year despite slowing growth in China and charts indicate it's set to strengthen further.
Singapore home prices dipped for a third straight quarter in the April-to-June period, official data showed on Tuesday, as property cooling measures continued to bite.
Due to factors ranging from politics to property, Asian stock markets put in a largely mixed performance during the first half of 2014.
China's manufacturing activity rebounded further in June, government data showed on Tuesday.
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