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China’s economic growth data are due Tuesday and markets are bracing for the slowest pace of expansion since 1990. This is what has analysts worried.
China's top securities regulator has offered to resign, sources said, after trillions were wiped off the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets.
Hong Kong's Finance Secretary emphasized the administration's commitment to the dollar currency peg, even as it is under pressure.
China will continue to command the markets' attention this week, with key economic data due this week.
The Australian government has ordered the sale of residential properties bought in breach of foreign ownership laws.
Australia's biggest retail group, Wesfarmers, unveiled $829.9 million expansion into Britain's hardware sector.
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China's central bank is preparing to raise reserve requirements for yuan deposits in clearing banks, in a bid to stem selling pressures.
Singapore's non-oil domestic exports fell to 7.2 percent in December on-year as a slide in shipments to China deepened.
A bookseller who disappeared in October said he turned himself in to authorities over a fatal drink-driving accident that happened 11 years ago.
The comments will add to a rising chorus of concern about the deteriorating prospects for EMs in 2016, led by a slowdown in China, the FT reports.
A 16-year-old Taiwan singer inadvertently shot to the top of Taiwan's election agenda after she publicly apologized for holding a Taiwan flag.
Li added that China is capable of keeping the yuan's exchange rate basically stable at an appropriate and balanced level, Xinhua reported.
Global markets are poised for more volatility next week with key economic data expected from China.
Besides the territory's relationship with China, there other topics Taiwan voters are focused on: trade, identity and, err, pork.
The good news: Asia Pacific should grow faster than other regions in 2016. The bad news: there are several risks to that scenario.
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Casinos are illegal in Japan but legislation to legalize integrated resorts is reportedly in the works.
Gambling is just one feature of the casino resorts planned in Japan, says the Milken Institute's Kotaro Tamura.