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Iran is sending positive signals that it may support joint action to prop up the oil market.
Turkey's central bank cut borrowing costs for the sixth straight month on Tuesday, lowering its overnight lending rate by 25 basis points despite high inflation and worries about possible credit rating downgrades.
Borders are the "worst invention ever," Jean-Claude Juncker said, at a time when many countries are strengthening them following terrorist attacks.
The euro zone economy accelerated marginally in August, according to Markit's euro zone composite PMI, which came in at a seven-month high.
Japan is eager to build its cultural brand overseas in a nod to the years when Nintendo and Sony were cutting-edge brands in consumer electronics.
The Australian dollar’s persistent buoyancy won’t last forever, ANZ said, keeping a bearish view even as it raised its near-term forecasts.
After being pinned down by the weight of sanctions, Russia's stocks are on a tear. Analysts say they could keep going.
The BOJ won't rule out cutting rates further into negative territory, the Sankei newspaper quoted Governor Kuroda as saying.
Fitch cut its outlook on Turkey to negative, but kept the rating at the lowest investment grade on Friday after the failed military coup.
Nearly 500 million people are living in countries with negative interest rates, which could fuel a return to a “cash-only” society, says S&P Global.
The Philippines outshone larger peers to emerge as Asia's fastest-growing economy in the second quarter. Sustaining that pace may prove difficult.
Japanese manufacturers' mood soured in August, reflecting pain caused by a rising yen, a Reuters poll found.
From the pinnacles of business to the streets of Berlin, Germans are transfixed on Donald Trump and the U.S. presidential elections.
Clinton’s economic policies would spur U.S. economic growth longer term, but her hawkish China view could pose risks, ANZ said in a note Thursday.
Moody's Investors Service raised its forecasts for China's economic growth in the wake of "significant" fiscal and monetary stimulus policies.
Japanese exports tumbled at their steepest pace in seven years as a stronger yen weighed on international shipments.
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