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Confidence at Japanese manufacturers rose to its highest level in a decade in August led by materials producers, a Reuters poll showed,
President Trump will lay out his long-awaited US strategy for the war in Afghanistan in a prime-time television address on Monday night.
Amid civil conflict, terrorist violence and regional troubles, Egypt is re-emerging as a destination for global investors.
Steve Bannon's comments about North Korea and China make it clear he has to go, says Commentary's Noah Rothman.
China's government has released a document limiting overseas investment partly due to debt concerns.
The Chinese government is tackling high debt levels, but the country is still borrowing more, said Deutsche Bank.
NAFTA may not include Asia, but the trade-dependent region will be watching how the Trump administration handles talks, analysts said.
The U.S. plans to start negotiations with South Korea on Tuesday in Seoul on amending a five-year-old free trade agreement.
Some troubling signs are emerging for the stock market, including a succession of selloffs.
As Venezuela implodes, progressives' focus on income inequality is glaringly wrong, says Greg S. Jones in The National Review.
In recent years, an influx of refugees, largely from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, sparked a furious backlash across Europe, Newsweek reports.
Beijing-based telecom China Unicom will raise $11.7 billion from 14 sources that include a mix of state and private firms.
An aggressive China, North Korea's nuclear hostility and President Trump's policies could derail Asia's steady economic growth.
A burst of global trade has been driving economic growth in many countries, but it isn't clear whether that will continue.
White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon said the U.S. is already in an "economic war with China," The American Prospect reported.
But the focus on ISIS has taken Twitter's attention off other jihadi groups, Newsweek reports.
While Trump was responding to Charlottesville, North Korea walked back a nuclear threat on Guam, Vox reports.
Crude oil company stocks offer superior dividend yields at attractive valuation levels, investment experts tell CNBC.
Britain's unemployment labor market bucked tepid economic growth in the second quarter as the unemployment rate unexpectedly fell to its lowest since 1975.
Global liveability is on an uptrend after a 10-year slump, but terrorism continues to threaten living standards, according to an EIU report.
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