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Japan's PM Shinzo Abe looks set lose one, and possibly two, cabinet ministers on Monday in the biggest set back since he took office in 2012.
Hopes are rising that Indonesia's president-elect Joko Widodo can inject new life into reforms of the country's state-owned enterprises.
Prime Minister Modi's party made big gains in two Indian state elections, partial results showed, an endorsement set to spur speedier reforms.
China's fourth plenum, a key four-day meeting of the ruling Communist Party's powerful Central Committee, kicks off in Beijing on Monday.
A raft of economic data from China is likely to be on investors' radar this week as markets try to assess the strength of global economic growth.
Clashes erupted in Hong Kong, deepening a sense of impasse between the government and pro-democracy protesters increasingly willing to confront police.
The PBOC plans to inject about $32.66 billion of loans into select listed banks to keep liquidity ample and support the economy, sources told Reuters.
China is set to unveil key legal reforms, in a step closely watched by companies hoping for a more impartial legal system.
Singapore's plans to cut reliance on foreign workers could reduce its competitiveness and growth potential while boosting inflation, the IMF said.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists recaptured parts of a key protest zone, defying police trying to disperse them with pepper spray and baton charges.
Even as growth and deflation fears cast a shadow over Japan's economy, the Bank of Japan appears set to resist pressure for more stimulus measures.
Airline Virgin Australia has coughed up a whopping one Australian dollar to buy the 40 percent of Tiger Australia it didn't already own.
As the stand-off between HK's government and protesters continue, analysts warn the movement could cast a 'long shadow' over the city's future.
Sentiment in the so-called 'lucky country' has deteriorated sharply, analysts told CNBC.
Singapore's exports in September rose less than expected as sales to Europe contracted and shipments to the United States slowed.
Qiqihar, an old industrial and agricultural hub in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang, offers a glimpse of what Beijing is anxious to avoid.
India will simplify employment rules and ease the way for people changing jobs to move social security funds, Premier Modi said.
Hundreds of Hong Kong police staged a dawn raid on Friday on one of the key sites occupied by pro-democracy protesters, removing barricades from roads.
A university degree may no longer be the golden ticket to an ideal job in Singapore amid a growing pool of degree holders and fast-changing economy.
Australia's once-booming resources sector is fizzling, but HSBC says a new engine may propel the economy: housing and infrastructure.
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Martin Schulz, senior economist at Fujitsu Research Institute, says Japan is still being seen as a country only for Japanese and the country's tight immigration policy isn't likely to change soon.
Dan Scott, vice president of Credit Suisse, says there are concerns over the valuations in European markets, but reiterated that he still prefers equities to fixed income.
The U.S. tech sector is trading at a lower P/E ratio than other sectors such as utility hence the Nasdaq will continue its uptrend, says King Lip, chief investment officer at Baker Avenue Asset Management.