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Bank of Japan policymakers said they had reason to be optimistic about consumer prices, minutes of its July 19-20 meeting showed on Tuesday. » Read More
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Asian markets were lower as the war of words between North Korea and the U.S. escalated overnight. » Read More
China on Monday called for all sides in the North Korea missile crisis to show restraint and not "add oil to the flames." » Read More
Abe said the package should focus on subsidizing education and child-care costs, as well as boosting corporate investments.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced a snap election for next month, according to the Kyodo news agency on Monday.
China may witness its first local government bond defaults, but the timing is uncertain, Fitch Ratings said in a press release on Sunday.
The future of New Zealand's next government lies in the hands of an opposition leader who has been likened to President Donald Trump.
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Dragon Corporation is aiming to raise half a billion dollars through token sales in an effort to bring blockchain into the gambling world.
Schneider's CEO and Chairman Jean-Pascal Tricoire said the recent Aveva Group acquisition will play to both companies' strengths.
Jared Kushner used a personal email account to communicate with White House colleagues, Kushner's attorney confirmed.
The Trump administration issued an updated travel ban with fresh restrictions on who can enter the U.S., targeting eight countries.
Elections in Germany and New Zealand were in focus during Monday's Asian trading day.
Italy's new Five Star party leader said he would welcome rivals' support after the election, but wouldn't give away cabinet seats for it.
Trump said on Twitter on Saturday North Korea's leaders "won't be around much longer" after a U.N. speech by the North's foreign minister.
US Air Force bombers escorted by fighter jets flew over waters east of North Korea on Saturday, the Pentagon said.
China has limited refined oil product exports to North Korea, and banned textile imports, as part of UN economic sanctions on Pyongyang.
China wants Japan to move beyond tighter UN economic sanctions and press for talks with North Korea over its weapons program.
The U.S. will hurt its credibility if it cancels the Iran nuclear deal, making North Korea talks more difficult, Chinese state media said.
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Steve Forbes, chairman & editor-in-chief, Forbes Media, said he is eager for a cut in U.S. tax rates and says the right levels could spur economic growth.
Despite China's bad debt, the country's credit market has grown to $30 to 40 trillion, giving investors opportunities, says Jay Wintrob of Oaktree Capital.
Asian markets opened mixed on Tuesday on the softer lead from Wall Street after North Korea accused President Donald Trump of declaring war.