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In the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, the flood of money transfers, or remittances, from friends and relatives is expected to increase significantly.
After a rocky year for India's economy, the worst may finally be over and a steady acceleration in growth can be expected soon, says Goldman Sachs.
Despite inflation in Japan hitting a five-year high in October, it takes more monetary stimulus for inflation to hit the levels the BOJ wants to see.
A surge in Chinese demand underlies bitcoin's astronomical rise over the past few months, but the question lingers: is it only a matter of time before the government steps in?
Australia rejected the $2.55 billion takeover of GrainCorp by Archer Daniels Midland, bowing to pressure from grain growers.
China's military sent several fighter jets and an early warning aircraft on patrol into disputed air space over the East China Sea on Thursday.
Abenomics may have clocked up a victory, with better-than-expected Japanese retail sales helping to spur the Nikkei to a near-six-year closing high.
Emerging markets got relief from market volatility when the Federal Reserve delayed tapering its asset purchases, but some may be squandering it.
With lawmakers planning to open Japan to casino gambling, several small cities are pushing to get one of the coveted licenses.
Philippines economy grew at a slower pace in the third quarter, and expansion in the current quarter is expected to be suppressed due to the typhoon.
The bidding war for Warrnambool Cheese and Butter is unlike anything seen in Australia's merger and acquisition space for a number of years.
United States dispatched two B-52s to reinforce its protest over China's attempt to control the airspace over the islands. The NYT reports.
India's economy appears to be stuck in neutral, with gross domestic product growth forecast to remain below 5 percent for the fourth straight quarter.
After a positive year for the yuan, Beijing's reform drive may knock the Chinese currency off its path of appreciation over the coming 12-18 months.
Political protests centered in Bangkok have yet to chase the Thai government from power, but they spooked the central bank into a surprise rate cut
While Korea and Taiwan are getting a consensus thumbs-up from analysts, the funds are largely playing keep-away, and Japan may be to blame.
Protesters surrounded Thailand's Interior Ministry and forced the evacuation of four others, intensifying their campaign to bring down the government.
Two unarmed U.S. B-52 bombers on a training mission flew over disputed islands without informing Beijing, defying China's declaration over airspace.
China is to start selling down its bloated state cotton reserves on Thursday, the Financial Times reports.
Railway reforms in China detailed by the government in recent weeks have led analysts to grow increasingly bullish on the sector.
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Cliff Corso, CEO & CIO at Cutwater Asset Management, says the mixed finish on Wall Street overnight is due to investors taking a step back to assess the divergence in stocks and bond markets.
Allowing local governments to issue bonds directly is a step forward in China's efforts to reform the economy, says Matthew Circosta, Economist at Moody's Analytics.
Zhu Min, Deputy Managing Director of IMF, says low interest rates are still a necessity as the global economy continues to face challenges in growth and job creation.