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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.
Tony Abbott dropped a plan for paid parental leave and promised a more consultative approach on problems, amidst criticism of his leadership.
The People's Bank of China isn't known for embracing global trends, but it's now expected to follow the easing footsteps of its international peers.
Thailand shares have outperformed most of Southeast Asia since the start of 2015, but analysts are divided on whether the market remains attractive.
Speculation is high that the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will be the next central bank to ease monetary policy at its meeting this week following a month of surprise policy changes across the globe.
China's Kaisa Group says their CEO has resigned - a further blow for the embattled property developer despite having sold some of its Shanghai assets.
China's manufacturing sector remained in a poor state in January, a private survey showed on Monday, amid increasing speculation that policymakers will intervene with fresh measures to spur the economy.
Japan's Okinawa looks and feels almost like a different country. A growing number of islanders say it should be just that.
China's vow to increase tax scrutiny of foreign companies has sent firms rushing to tax advisers ahead of the implementation of new rules.
Asia's central banks will likely hog the market spotlight this week, while earnings season continues in Japan.
Several thousand pro-democracy protesters returned to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday in the first large-scale rally since protests rocked the global financial hub late last year.
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Jeffrey Seah, CEO - South East Asia at Starcom MediaVest Group, discusses news that four men were charged over the weekend for trying to manipulate a SEA Games football match.
Ben Collett, Head: Asian Equities at Sunrse Brokers, explains why the listing of China National Nuclear Power Co (CNNPC) won't draw tremendous liquidity out of the mainland markets.
The H-share market in Hong Kong offers more reasonable valuations, says Hartmut Issel, head of Equity and Macro Asia Pacific at UBS.