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Wednesday's central bank meeting will be closely watched for hints as to who the next Governor will be, rather than the direction of monetary policy.
China's exports fell 25.4 percent on-year in February, the steepest on-year decline in shipments since 2009.
Japan's economy shrank at an annualized 1.1% in the final quarter of 2015, revised up from a earlier reading of a 1.4% contraction.
The slower pace of decline suggests that capital outflows eased, reducing pressure on the PBOC to intervene aggressively.
North Korea has threatened to launch an "all-out offensive" and "indiscriminate nuclear strike" against the U.S. and South Korea.
The world's no.1 and no.4 iron ore miners are in talks that could see Brazil's Vale taking a minority stake in Australia-based Fortescue Metals Group.
Bangladesh Bank said it had traced some of the money to the Philippines and was working with anti-money laundering authorities.
Three people have been shot and hostages may have been taken at a factory on the outskirts of Sydney, Australian police said on Monday.
The families of passengers lost aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 say the search for the missing aircraft must go on beyond a June deadline.
The U.S. is set to place restrictions on ZTE for alleged violations of U.S. export controls on Iran, according to documents seen by Reuters.
China's official foreign exchange reserves only include highly liquid assets, a top central banker said on Sunday, the Financial Times reports.
China is pledging reforms and dispelling fears of a hard landing as it tries to stabilize market sentiment and assert the Communist Party's leadership.
Crucial data is due to drop from Asia's major economies this week, particularly Chinese trade and inflation numbers and Japan's final GDP estimate.
The liquefied natural gas market (LNG) has a big problem: supply may outstrip demand for rest of the decade, an analyst warns.
As the fifth anniversary of Japan's massive earthquake and nuclear disaster nears, the former prime minister said it's time to do without nuclear power.
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Increased regulations in the housing space suggest a fall in mortgage lending for China's state-owned banks, says Dickie Wong, executive director at Kingston Securities.
However, 65 percent of millennials in the region intend to buy properties of their own in the future, says Henry Chin, head of research at CBRE Asia Pacific.
Exact details about what went wrong with Samsung's Galaxy Note S7 remain unclear, says Mark Newman, managing director at Bernstein.