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German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble reaffirmed his commitment to a third Greek bailout deal in an interview with ZDF on Monday.
China's all-important property sector may have finally bottomed out after a year-long slump, with data showing monthly prices climbed in July.
Nearly two months since Beijing rushed to the aid of its markets, stocks have stabilized, raising the question of what's next for Chinese market intervention.
Even as China's central bank weakened its yuan fixing further on Wednesday, uncertainty remains about Beijing's commitment to a floating currency.
Companies on the MSCI Emerging Markets Index are in their longest-ever earnings recession, according to Morgan Stanley, but cheap valuations are still luring investors in.
A new Asian currency war and a delayed Fed rate hike; these are the potential market-shaking implications of Beijing's decision to devalue the yuan.
Japan's fifth-biggest utility is set to turn on the switches at one of its nuclear reactors on Tuesday, a momentous occasion for the country.