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Beijing and Moscow are competing for influence and profits in Central Asia, but political pundits are at odds as to who's winning so far.
Twitter showing CEO Dick Costolo the door may have been long anticipated, but it's not likely to help the stock much, traders warn.
The shopping experience is set for a drastic revamp as the world's first 360-degree digital mirror launches this year.
The BoK faces a delicate balancing act as it wards off damage from MERS, with economists split on whether more stimulus will be needed.
Traders are betting on declines for the New Zealand dollar as officials fight to boost growth in a country that was heralded 2014's rockstar economy.
Severe weather shocks could hit central banks' scope for stimulating emerging markets, economists have warned.
Expect upheaval in Asia's investment landscape when MSCI includes A-shares, with Chinese stocks set to explode even further at the cost of peers.
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