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The fire started when a spark from a fireworks show ignited a separate batch of fireworks that were being stored at a temple complex in South India.
Finance Minister Taro Aso called the forex market's recent moves "one-sided", and said the rapid yen movements were undesirable.
Vietnam demanded China move a controversial oil rig on Thursday and abandon plans to start drilling in waters where jurisdiction is unclear.
Bond giant Pimco identifies the four big risks for the Chinese economy in a report. Here they are:
Singapore has edged Hong Kong to emerge as Asia's top financial center and the third most important venue for financiers around the world.
China may be about to shock the global copper market by unleashing some of its stockpiles of the metal, onto the global market.
When Japanese messaging app Line found itself shut out of China, it it started banking on plush toys and other merchandise.
Singapore's industrial property sector is facing a surge in supply just as manufacturing and trade are slumping.
China's foreign exchange reserves rose slightly in March to $3.21 trillion, the first monthly increase since November.
The yen's rapid rise against the dollar has been so mysterious that the experts are having a hard time predicting its next move.
Malaysia must investigate the former 1MDB boss, a parliamentary committee said, after the committee's own probe found "weaknesses" at the troubled wealth fund.
The BOJ's foray into negative rates hasn’t yielded positive results. That’s spurring speculation the BOJ’s next attempt at easing may target stocks.
Central banks slowed their gold purchases in February, snapping up 25 tons of the yellow metal against a combined 41 ton purchase in January.
On Wednesday, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced it was recalling scarves made by Ms Trump's fashion line, the Financial Times reports.
The ICIJ said that in-laws of Zhang Gaoli and Liu Yunshan were shareholders in companies incorporated in the British Virgin Islands, the FT reports.
Moves in currency markets seem to suggest that some investors are tired of the quantitative easing story, according to an investor.
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To counter plunging oil revenues, theme parks across the Middle East are scheduled to open. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi reports.
Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong and Sydney are among the top ten global cities for green buildings, says World Green Building Council's Tai Lee Siang.
China's increasing levels of debt-to-GDP, especially by state-owned enterprises or corporates, could lead to a hard landing, says Swiss Re's Kurt Karl.