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The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) stood pat on monetary policy Tuesday, despite signs of slowing growth in Asia's third largest economy.
Investors shrugged off Moody's downgrade of Japan's debt rating, maintaining their bullish outlook on the market despite headwinds facing the economy.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) on Tuesday kept interest rates unchanged, as expected, even as speculation mounts that borrowing rates, already at record lows, could head further south.
Property developers will get a negligible lift from the country's first benchmark interest rate cut in two years as sales slip and banks pull back on lending to the sector.
As Sony Pictures looks for a possible North Korea link to a cyberattack, does the country even have the advanced technology? The answer is yes.
Moody's cut Japan's credit rating to A1 from AA3 on Monday, just minutes after the Nikkei closed at a seven-year high.
China bans U.K. lawmakers from visiting protest-hit Hong Kong, which is seen as a "setback" for Anglo-Chinese relations.
China's factory activity continued to lose momentum in November, two surveys showed on Monday, underscoring the challenges manufacturers face amid a cooling economy and prompting talk of further aggressive intervention from the government.
Critics say Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's policies to end deflation and generate growth have helped mainly big cities, large companies and the rich.
Pressure is building for Taiwan's president to step down as chief of the island's China-friendly ruling party after a lost election to the opposition.
Hong Kong police baton-charged and pepper-sprayed thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators in the early hours of Monday who were trying to encircle government headquarters.
China on Sunday issued draft regulations to introduce a bank deposit insurance system for the first time.
Economic data is back on the radar in Asia at the start of December after plunging oil prices dominated headlines for much of last week.
Christmas has come early for Asian economies, in the form of plunging oil prices, which will boost economic activity in the region, say economists.
At least five new movies from Sony Pictures are being devoured online in the wake of the hack attack that hobbled the studio earlier in the week.
From flying economy class to making surprise visits to street markets and poor neighborhoods, new Indonesian President Joko Widodo is proving very different to his predecessors.
India markets have made a stunning recovery, with the Nifty index at record highs, and some analysts are calling the run up just the beginning.
Japan's consumer inflation slowed in October raising skepticism over the Bank of Japan's (BOJ) ability to achieve its 2 percent inflation target.
Japan's industrial production and retail sales figures exceeded expectations in October, signalling a tentative recovery in demand as businesses and consumers continue to adjust to the April sales-tax hike.
China's stimulus measures and hyperactive construction have generated $6.8 trillion in wasted investment. The Financial Times reports.
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