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The Indian government will have to rein in spending to meet its fiscal deficit target, and an austerity drive will not be affected by the election.
Airbus' first jet order from Japan Airlines, worth some $9.5 billion, marks the company's entrance into a market dominated by Boeing.
The rupiah has been one of the world's worst performing currencies this year, but Indonesia's Finance Minister said he was comfortable with its value.
The World Bank lowered its 2013 economic growth forecast for China and developing East Asia, but maintained that the region will power global growth.
Gold remains resilient and is set to strengthen on seasonal buying from India.
Airbus announced it had won its first jet order from Japan Airlines on Monday, breaking into the last major aviation market dominated by rival Boeing.
The spotlight returns to China this week after a week-long holiday while the rest of the world reacted to a shutdown in the U.S. government.
Wal-Mart Stores' retail plans with India partner Bharti Enterprises are "not tenable," an executive said.
Politicians like Chancellor George Osborne are off to China to try and drum up business. Will it work?
While the U.S. government shutdown and impending debt-ceiling debate has investors transfixed, they need to keep an eye on developments in Japan.
The Philippines is now rated investment grade by three major credit ratings agencies.
If the best time to buy is when there is bloodshed, then Pakistan's commercial capital offers the ideal investment opportunity. The NYT reports.
U.S President Obama's decision to cancel his scheduled trip to Asia this weekend risks undermining the country's standing with regional allies.
For some Japan watchers, there was one event this week even more important than Abe's decision to proceed with a sales tax hike: a baseball game.
Where would we be without China? Many in the commodities industry have questioned. But it has particular resonance for gold. The FT reports.
The Bank of Japan maintained its massive monetary stimulus on Friday and upgraded its view on capital expenditure.
The stalemate over U.S. budget talks has foiled U.S. President Barack Obama's plans to travel to Asia this weekend.
A spate of hornet attacks in Northern China have now killed 42 people and injured at least 1,640.
Samsung Electronics on Friday estimated its July-September operating profit rose 25 percent to a record 10.1 trillion won ($9.40 billion).
Analysts expect the yen to weaken to about 105 to 110 per U.S. dollar by year-end, but the chance of the yen hitting those estimates later are rising.
Malaysian authorities will need to answer questions about evidence from radar traces which led to a shift in the search area for missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370, says Andrew Herdman, Director General, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines.
Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist at FXCM, discusses Stanley Fischer's comments about normalizing monetary policy and how that could impact the greenback. Fischer will attend a confirmation hearing to become the Fed's vice-chairman on Thursday.
Copper prices have hit four-year lows on jitters from China's first-ever corporate bond default and weak export data over the weekend, says Daniel Hynes, Commodity Strategist at Hynes Commodities.