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The Reserve Bank of Australia held its benchmark cash rate at a record low 1.5 percent as expected on Tuesday and points to weaker growth in the March quarter.
CNBC went onsite to see what is expected to become Trump International Hotel at MNC Bali Resort.
The Trump administration plans to tap former One West CEO Otting for the long-delayed nomination to the comptroller of the currency.
Five graduates from the Startupbootcamp fintech accelerator in Mumbai, India, have won pilot schemes with bank sponsors RBL and ICICI Bank.
Technology stocks have had a great start to the year, but BlackRock sounded a word of caution: profit growth may not be sustainable going forward.
The debate about balancing civil liberties and security is back in focus amid expectations the U.K. will increase surveillance on terror suspects.
Trump quitting the Paris pact may counter-intuitively speed efforts to meet environmental goals, said Unilever CEO Paul Polman on Monday.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is set to meet with New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English and Minister for Foreign Affairs Gerry Brownlee.
China has expressed its strong dissatisfaction with what it labeled "irresponsible remarks" by U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis.
China's services sector was more active than expected in May, with a private survey pointing to the fastest pace of expansion in four months.
Investing in green projects remains a good business bet, Robin Hu, head of the sustainability and stewardship group at Singapore's Temasek, told CNBC's "The Rundown"
South Korea plans to spend 11.2 trillion Korean won ($10 billion) on a fiscal stimulus package that would boost social welfare spending and the public payroll.
Russian President Vladimir Putin strongly denied he had any compromising material about U.S. President Donald Trump, in an interview with NBC's Megyn Kelly broadcast on Sunday.
British police said on Sunday they would release the names of the three men who killed seven people in London "as soon as operationally possible."
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization believes in incorporating artificial intelligence in its decision-making process, especially when quick action may be called for.
The Trump administration opposes any financial "lifeline" to Venezuela and is mulling sanction on the country, White House officials tell Reuters, after Goldman Sachs bought $2.8 billion of state oil company bonds at a steep discount.
A deadly attack on a casino in Manila was led by a lone gunman who was a Filipino aimed at robbery, not terrorism, police said.
At least seven are feared dead in a series of attacks in London, and 20 so far have been taken to a hospital, Reuters reported.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said late Saturday that it is working with counterparts in the U.K. on the attacks in London and other governments condemned the incident.
A witnesses told Reuters that at least six people were seen lying on the ground after a white van careened into pedestrians on London Bridge.
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David Carbon, managing director economics and currencies, DBS says that wage growth will remain soft as the economic recovery has not produced the conditions yet.
Following the Federal Reserve's latest meeting, Gareth Nicholson, head of fixed income at Bank of Singapore, talks repositioning against the backdrop of soft inflation.
Marcel Thieliant, senior Japan economist, Capital Economics, said if PM Shinzo Abe calls a snap election this year, implementation of a sales tax next year would be easier if his party does well.