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China's services sector grew at its slowest pace in nine months in October as a cooling property sector weighed on demand, a survey showed on Monday.
A 29-year-old British banker appeared in a Hong Kong court on Monday charged with two counts of murder.
China's manufacturing activity picked up pace to a three-month high in October, a private survey showed Monday.
Australia's Westpac Banking had an 8 percent rise in full-year cash earnings on robust loan growth and declines in bad debts.
The BoJ's stimulus blitz raises the specter of currency wars as a rapidly weakening yen threatens the competitiveness of export-driven economies.
China's national civil aviation authority to train half a million civilian pilots by 2035, as wannabe flyers chase dreams of landing lucrative jobs.
Chinese factory activity data and developments in Australia will kick start November for Asia's market watchers.
October is set to be the worst month on record for casino revenues in Macau as a result of China's war on corruption and slowing economic growth.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda is having trouble convincing the Japanese people that higher prices will make things better.
China's economy has roiled global markets and prompted slowdowns in places that had been big beneficiaries of its boom. The Financial Times reports.
Emerging market assets have gotten cheaper, but in the face of four key headwinds, it might not be the right time to buy back in, Barclays said.
China's factory output growth fell to a five-month low in October, missing expectations for an expansion amid cooling order growth and rising costs.
Hong Kong police face a quagmire as they obey orders to clear protest sites, allow them to stay put, push back demonstrators and protect them from attack.
Black money, the moniker for income that is shipped overseas in order to evade taxes, is something India is moving to make a thing of the past.
Controversy surrounds China Tuna Holdings attempt to go public on the Hong Kong Exchange.
Japan's Sony reported a second-quarter operating loss on Friday that was narrower than analysts had estimated.
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) on Friday expanded its monetary base target, a move aimed at supporting an economy that's struggled since the nation-wide tax hike took effect in April.
Some of Thailand's notorious all night parties will soon be outlawed, but travelers and analysts say the ban is unlikely to hurt tourism.
Volcafe, one of the world's leading coffee merchants, is betting on Chinese coffee beans.
DBS posted a 17 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by its highest net interest margin though loan growth slowed to its weakest pace.
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