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The CEO of Leju, a Chinese real estate services company, says long-term dynamics in China's property market will stay favorable.
China's coal output fell 1.7 percent in the first two months of the year.
Shares of Toshiba fell 4 percent after Reuters sources said the company was extending its Tuesday deadline for submitting third-quarter earnings.
China's factory output rose 6.3 percent in January-February from the same period a year earlier, beating expectations.
Former Goldman Sachs banker Tim Leissner received a 10-year ban from Singapore for links to the scandal-hit Malaysian state investment fund 1MDB.
Japan plans to dispatch its largest warship on a three-month tour through the South China Sea beginning in May, three sources said.
Two traders made 41.9 million yuan ($6 million) in illicit profits by manipulating shares of Zhejiang China Commodities City Group.
DBS Group is looking for a new chief investment officer for its expanding wealth management division to replace Lim Say Boon, sources told CNBC.
South Korean foreign policy is set for a revamp under the next president amid expectations for friendlier ties with Pyongyang.
Shares of HSBC in Hong Kong could go up to 70 Hong Kong dollars after it tapped AIA's chief to take over as chairman, one analyst told CNBC.
If South Korea signals its commitment to structural reforms, market risk premiums could fall from historical highs, one expert said.
Buoyed by foreign interest in its Thai property projects amid burgeoning tourist arrivals, property developer Sansiri is expanding internationally.
The U.S. owner of Dick Clark Productions said one of its affiliates terminated an agreement to sell the company to Dalian Wanda Group.
The decision is "to better fit with current foreign exchange policies and regulations," the company said in a statement.
China's "win-win" approach to bilateral ties with the U.S. has been on the table since June 2013.
Chinese officials are issuing new warnings about the specter of global religious extremism seeping into the country.
China's education minister said that university ideology classes should appeal more to younger people, the SCMP reports.
Google is still in talks with Beijing over its plans to return to the mainland Chinese market, the SCMP reports.
Chinese officials warn that they will crack down on “blind and irrational” acquisitions amid rising worries about money leaving the country. NYT reports.
The risk of a steep slide in China's economy has reduced, the head of a government research centre said on Sunday.
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The Thai baht could strengthen further to below 33 to the dollar, says Santitarn Sathirathai, head of Emerging Asia Economics, Credit Suisse.
Quick gains or dips in sentiment are the norm for markets right now, says Daryl Liew, head, Portfolio Management, Reyl Singapore.
The euro is in focus as ECB President Mario Draghi faces pressure to discuss stimulus dial-back plans, says Mitul Kotecha, head Asia FX & Rates Strategy, Barclays.