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Sony said its net loss for 2014 was likely to be less as cost cuts and higher-than-expected sales helped lift its Q3 profit.
Toyota Motor lifted its operating profit guidance by 8 percent as a weaker yen increases the value of sales overseas and makes up for Japan's slump.
Spring Airlines Co shares rockets just as new arrivals herald the beginnings of a price war that could eat into already-low profit margins.
Indian PM Modi is facing his first state election defeat, hurting the possibility of power consolidation needed to speed up an economic recovery.
Nearly two years into its BOJ's stimulus experiment, it further qualifies its inflation goals in response to tumbling oil prices.
The failure of a state investor fund to repay its debts may trigger a ratings downgrade for Malaysia, dealing a blow to a country hit by cheap oil.
Chinese tourists will be the biggest driver of luxury sales growth in the coming years, predicts a new HSBC report.
The yield on Japan's benchmark bond has risen above its German equivalent for the first time.
Staff members at a school in India have unearthed a secret hoard of gold and cash worth nearly $260,000, according to local media reports.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has opted to refrain from further monetary easing, after surprising markets with a mid-January rate cut.
With the RBA leaving the door open to further rate cuts, the only way forward for the Australian dollar is down, say strategists.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has jumped on the easing bandwagon, cutting rates on Tuesday for the first time since August 2013, as the central bank moved to prop up an economy hit by falling commodity prices.
Building suspense in the lead up to its bi-annual launch event, Samsung circulated a teaser invite, hinting at a new, curved screen smartphone.
China's "spring festival" used to be a highlight but Beijing's austerity campaign and the economic slowdown has disappointed workers, the FT reports.
The replacement for the near-century-old London gold fix will start in March, with hopes of attracting at least 11 members, including Chinese banks. The Financial Times reports.
Mumbai-based musician Mihir Joshi hits the censors when he uses the word "Bombay" in his song - a sore point in India's war over history and identity.
Beijing has declared a partial victory over shadow banking, enabling it to pursue looser monetary policy without exacerbating risks, the FT reports.
India's plans to attract foreign investment and technology to its coal sector are getting a cool response from some miners and trading houses.
As downward pressure on the yuan gathers, analysts are questioning how low it will go.
After catching markets off guard with an unscheduled rate cut last month, the RBI's rate decision on Tuesday is a close-call.
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While declining gold prices will inevitably hurt revenue, gold miners are getting help from falling local currencies and oil costs, says Greg Foulis, CEO of Kingsgate Consolidated.
Matthew Hegarty, senior analyst at Antipodes Global Investment Partners, says the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) sees no incentive to lower interest rates on the back of a weaker Aussie dollar.
Jonathan Galaviz, partner at Global Market Advisors, expects Beijing's anti-corruption drive and new regulations such as the smoking ban to continue weighing on Macau's gaming industry.