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While there were no "fireworks" in India's budget, investors approved of the various pro-growth initiatives, adding fuel to the stock market rally.
Sony has shown a "return to form", analysts told CNBC, after the Japanese electronics giant unveiled a slim tablet and mid-range smartphone.
Key highlights this week include a batch of economic numbers, alongside a central bank decision from Australia and an annual meeting of China's parliament.
Australia's deputy prime minister said that discussions are under way between Australia, China and Malaysia as to whether to call off the hunt.
The Chinese central bank's second rate cut in three months is insufficient, and more easing steps are needed, say economists.
Michael Van Cleef Ault, owner of Pangaea nightclub in Sinapore is now betting that Manila's casinos will be able to draw the rich through his doors.
Samsung has unveiled a curved screen smartphone and mobile payment system in an attempt to lead its fightback against U.S. rival Apple.
Chinese electronics giant Huawei has unveiled a stainless steel smartwatch, just weeks before Apple is expected to unveil its Watch.
China's factory sector shrank in February on unsteady exports and slowing investment, an official survey showed on Sunday.
China's central bank said on Saturday it would cut benchmark interest rates by 25 basis points to 5.35 percent.
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley unveils a budget that aims to ramp up growth aided by a slowed pace of cuts and a raft of tax measures.
Indonesia’s rupiah has been hit by a wave of selling following comments by the central bank governor that inflation will slow.
South Korea's courts are taking an increasingly stern approach to the country's most powerful business dynasties.
Lower oil prices usually boost airline profits, but for AirAsia, the drop pushed the carrier into the red as Malaysia's ringgit took a knock-on blow.
Noble Group shares slumped after the Asian commodities trader swung to an unexpected quarterly loss due to asset write-downs.
Strong fundamentals pushed the Nikkei to 15-year highs and some analysts are raising their targets.
Chinese construction machinery makers are opening banks, designing tractors and abandoning core business deals to diversify and stay profitable.
Japan's consumer inflation eased in January for a sixth straight month increasing expectations that the Bank of Japan (BOJ) will have to undertake further stimulus measures to achieve its price target.
Microsoft plans to close two of its factories in China by the end of March, according to the Dow Jones News Service.
General Motors is to stop making cars in Indonesia, leading to a closure of an assembly plant and axing some 500 jobs.
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