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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.
The nightmare scenario of North Korea selling its nuclear technology to the highest bidder is a distinct possibility, Daniel Salisbury writes in The Conversation.
Crude crash reverses decade of oil conservation as consumers return to gas guzzlers, Financial Times reports.
China is set to implement some of its strictest cuts to steel production, Financial Times reports.
Most U.S. businesses have been working to convince the White House to preserve pacts like NAFTA, Financial Times reports.
A North Korea propaganda video shows ground-launched and submarine-launched North Korean missiles, Newsweek reports.
Ambassador Joseph DeTrani breaks down the options on North Korea in the Cipher Brief.
Ireland will use its post-Brexit position as Europe's only English-speaking country to secure big gains, said the country's deputy PM.
China may witness its first local government bond defaults, but the timing is uncertain, Fitch Ratings said in a press release on Sunday.
Unprecedented is an overused word in financial markets — but this time it's justified.
The future of New Zealand's next government lies in the hands of an opposition leader who has been likened to President Donald Trump.
The euro slipped in early Asian trading on Monday after Germany's election showed surging support for a far-right party.
President Hassan Rouhani said Iran would strengthen its missile capabilities without seeking any country's permission.
At the United Nations in New York, India denounced Pakistan as "the land of pure terror," Newsweek reports.
British ministers say long term competitive advantage for sector involves discrete regulation, Financial Times reports.
Germany's Angela Merkel is poised to cruise through re-election for a record fourth term as chancellor, USA Today reports.
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