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Singapore equities have outperformed many of their regional peers year-to-date, with yields of 3-3.5 percent, said Amundi Asset Management.
The U.S. partially reversed its travel ban, deciding fiancés would be considered close family members and were allowed to enter the country.
Qatar's central bank said it will guarantee all exchange transactions, with banks and forex companies committed to trading the riyal as usual.
The U.S. plans to sell Taiwan $1.42 billion in arms in a move sure to anger China, whose help Trump has been seeking to rein in North Korea.
Pro-democracy camps are worried that Beijing is encroaching upon Hong Kong's way of life by suppressing rights and freedoms theoretically protected by law.
China's official manufacturing PMI for June rose to 51.7, accelerating from 51.0 in May and beating a Reuters poll forecast for 51.0.
David Scharia from the UN Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate talks fighting terrorism online.
Japan's May industrial output fell 3.3 percent on-month, preliminary government data showed Friday, the fastest pace of decline since 2011.
Japan released a slew of data on Friday, with May core consumer prices rising 0.4 percent on year, marking the fifth straight month of gains.
Britain's consumers have suffered a sharp loss of confidence amid rising inflation and weakening wage growth, a survey showed on Friday.
The Treasury Department said these actions would increase pressure against Chinese individuals and entities with ties to North Korea.
Whether China honors the conditions of Hong Kong's 50 year handover agreement could be indicative of its wider foreign policy in the future.
Goldman has downgraded its forecast for oil prices over the next quarter amid a sudden uptick in shale drilling.
As we race toward the fourth industrial revolution there will inevitably be tensions between public, private and individual interests, say "Summer Davos" execs.
Millennials have often been described as the entitled generation. These business leaders want to disprove that notion.
Despite challenges facing the world's second-largest economy, views on China were largely optimistic at the World Economic Forum meeting in Dalian.
Hu Weiwei, founder and president of Mobike, said the company has plans to move into the U.S. market.
It was "quite egocentric" of the West to be cautious of China's rise, the popular talk show host said.
Singapore believes that "naming and shaming" individual offenders in the 1MDB case is a big deterrent.
Talk-show host Jin Xing might be one of China's most prolific television personalities, but she's chosen to rent rather than own a home.
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Robert Feldman, senior advisor, Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities, says it is crucial for markets to see what reform policies the new government will take after Japan's election.
Virginie Maisonneuve, CIO, Eastspring Investments says there are plenty of risks, but the synchronized global recovery is driving the markets.
Anne Anderson, Head of Fixed Income, Australia, UBS Asset Management, said efforts to diversify will keep flows in emerging markets even if the dollar appreciates.