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U.S. Federal law-enforcement authorities are investigating an alleged bribery scheme tied to the United Nations, the WSJ reported.
Australia's central bank kept its cash rates unchanged at 2 percent for a fifth straight month.
Australia's trade deficit widened in August to A$3.1 billion, data released by the country's statistics bureau showed.
Big win for Obama and Abe as the US, Japan and 10 other Pacific Rim economies reach agreement to strike trade pact, the FT reports.
CNBC explains what the Trans-Pacific Partnership is and how it could affect American workers and consumers.
Doomsday scenarios of a hard-landing in China may have transfixed market watchers, but the IMF remains relatively sanguine on the economic outlook.
The slowdown in China, weaker commodity prices and the prospect of tighter external financing conditions are dimming East Asia's growth outlook.
Trader and miner rockets as much as 72 percent in Hong Kong on hopes it would sell a stake in its agricultural assets.
The luxury London market finally appears to be in pause mode, and could stay stuck for a while, according to high-end estate agent Knight Frank.
The case for BOJ stimulus strengthened after data showed real wages rose just 0.2 percent on-year in August.
Japan's efforts to kickstart its long-moribund economy spurred a nearly three-year-long stock rally, but some see signs that's hit its limit.
Wealthy Chinese consumers haven't lost their urge to splurge, according to the CEO of Piaget.
Widely publicized jeremiads about emerging markets are mainly referring to East Asia's developing economies. They are totally wrong.
The recent wild ride in global stock markets has thrown up serious challenges for what is a reasonable-size chunk of HK's population - millionaires.
The TPP talks failed to finalize terms on the fifth day, after an earlier breakthrough on protections for new biotech drugs.
Concern over external debt in corporate Indonesia is mounting as companies roll over more than $42B of foreign currency loans, the FT reports.
Emerging economies risk “leading the world economy into a slump,” with lower growth and a rout in financial markets, the Financial Times reports.
Central banks are in the spotlight in the week ahead, with decisions on monetary policy due in Australia and Japan.
Samsung has hit back at claims made by a research group that its TV sets could be using software to manipulate energy efficiency tests.
Indonesia is a nation where traditional belief systems, including shamanism, have been fused with mainstream religions, the Financial Times reports.
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Expectations for a delay in higher U.S interest rates should support a recovery in emerging markets, says Peter Rosenstreich, chief FX analyst at Swissquote Bank.
The Aussie dollar has further room to fall and adjust to support weak demand for Australia's commodity exports, says Malcolm Wood, chief investment strategist at BAML.
Daniel Hynes, senior commodity strategist at ANZ, discusses the outlook of oil commodities on the back of multiple supply risks.