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Japan's manufacturing activity contracted in March as new export orders shrank sharply, a preliminary business survey showed on Tuesday.
Facebook may be hitting the right notes in its efforts to tap China, but the battle will still be tough, David Chao of DCM Ventures says
South Korea reported its first confirmed case of the Zika virus on Tuesday, its center for disease control said.
Marriott's sweetened deal for Starwood may come at a cost, Breakingviews reports.
Alibaba surpassed $463B in transactions in its fiscal year to March, but this was actually slower growth.
Strategists are back to debating the direction of China's currency after the central bank guided the yuan lower on Monday.
North Korea fired multiple short-range projectiles into the sea off the country's east coast on Monday, South Korea's military said.
China is playing a bigger role on the world stage, as entrepreneur-driven firms snag assets abroad, according to WPP CEO Martin Sorrell.
Fierce lobbying by the gaming industry has left the Philippines one of the world's softest targets for money launderers, a senator told Reuters.
Najib Razak urged a rally of supporters not to think of him as a "crook" as he fights to retain control of his party, the Financial Times reports.
Australia's PM has warned he may call early elections, marking another sharp turn in the tumultuous world of politics Down Under.
The Bank of Thailand faces a tough policy decision, while SKorea will release Q4 GDP and Japan offers up inflation data in a short week.
Short-term, speculative money was likely among the recent big China outflows, People's Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiochuan said.
Chinese authorities are hunting 300 people suspected of illegally selling spoiled vaccines to medical centers across the country, state media said.
Richard Branson has been dragged into a PR firestorm in China over an alleged racist incident on a Virgin flight from London to Shanghai.
Housing prices in Australasia rose the most last year, with both Australia and New Zealand seeing climbs exceeding 10 percent, Knight Frank said Friday.
U.S. Navy chief warned of new Chinese activity around a reef in the disputed South China Sea which could be the precursor to more land reclamation.
Chinese home prices rose 3.6 percent in February, the quickest on-year increase since June 2014, but at least one city hugely outperformed.
The strengthening yen could see Japan's central bank eke out more stimulus as early as next month, confounding expectations for policy inaction.
Crude prices slipped on Friday after the U.S oil rig count rose the first time since December.
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Regulation will eventually come to the cryptocurrency space, even though they're unlikely to be comprehensive, says Jake Brukhman, CoinFund.
Peter Dragicevich, Nomura, says the Bank of England will raise interest rates in August as a way of removing some of the stimulus it enacted post-Brexit.
Oil production is loss-making when prices drop below $40 a barrel, says Mathew Kaleel of Janus Henderson.