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China Aircraft Leasing under scrutiny after missing CEO quits

Shares of China Aircraft Leasing Group Holding Ltd rose early on Monday after falling by about a fifth in the previous session when the company said it was unable to contact its chief executive, who resigned without explanati

China Aircraft Leasing under scrutiny after missing CEO quits

Golf: Jordan Spieth seals heart-stopping win at U.S. Open

Masters champion Jordan Spieth added another chapter to golf's record books with a nerve-jangling victory by one shot at the U.S. Open on Sunday after a wildly fluctuating final round of high drama.

Golf: Jordan Spieth seals heart-stopping win at U.S. Open

Asia cheers Greece’s 11th-hour proposals to avert default

Asian shares got the week off to a strong start and U.S. stock futures and the euro firmed on Monday, after Greece scrambled to avert defaulting on its debt with last-minute proposals aimed at appeasing its creditors.

Asia cheers Greece’s 11th-hour proposals to avert default

Banks did not do enough to police FIFA transactions, says global agency

A global group of government anti-money-laundering agencies said that financial institutions have not done enough to police suspicious financial activity by officials at soccer's global governing body FIFA, and cautioned bank

Banks did not do enough to police FIFA transactions, says global agency

U.S. share futures leap as Greece offers new reform deal

U.S. stock futures jumped in early Asian trade on Monday after Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras offered a new package of reforms to foreign creditors - a ray of hope for a last-minute deal at the emergency euro zone sum

U.S. share futures leap as Greece offers new reform deal

Brazil’s JBS to pay $1.5 bln for Marfrig’s Moy Park

Brazil's JBS SA, the world's largest meat packer, has agreed to pay about $1.5 billion for Moy Park Ltd, the British unit of rival Marfrig Global Foods SA, JBS and Marfrig announced on Sunday.

Brazil’s JBS to pay $1.5 bln for Marfrig’s Moy Park

Greece has submitted new debt proposals to creditors: Francois Hollande

Greece's bailout program expires in 10 days and money is draining from the country's banks.

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US Treasury Sec.: Greece bears burden to end crisis, find agreement

The Greek government must make tough fiscal decisions and quickly reach an agreement with international creditors and fellow members of the euro zone...

US Treasury Sec.: Greece bears burden to end crisis, find agreement

Chinese stock markets have worst week since global financial crisis

China's major stock indexes finished the week on a grim note on Friday, with the Shanghai index ending the week down 13.3 per cent, its worst showing since the global financial crisis.

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Bank of Japan keeps upbeat view of economy, maintains asset purchases

The Bank of Japan (BOJ) kept monetary policy steady and maintained its upbeat assessment of the economy on Friday, signalling its conviction that inflation will hit its 2 percent target without additional monetary stimulus.

Bank of Japan keeps upbeat view of economy, maintains asset purchases

South Korea Fin Min: Economy faces growing uncertainties

South Korea's economy faces growing internal and external uncertainties, including from falling consumer spending following the outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), Finance Minister Choi Kyung-hwan said on Fr

South Korea Fin Min: Economy faces growing uncertainties

Short-sellers descend on Singapore stock market

The Singapore stock market has unexpectedly turned into a playground for short-sellers looking to profit from weakness in shares of companies with heavy exposure to a slowing Chinese economy or the energy sector.

Short-sellers descend on Singapore stock market

Barack Obama’s Pacific trade pact revived in U.S. House, heads to Senate

The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday reversed course, approving "fast-track" legislation central to President Barack Obama's trade deal with Pacific Rim nations and sending it back to the Senate.

Barack Obama’s Pacific trade pact revived in U.S. House, heads to Senate

Oil prices ease on U.S. dollar, higher shale output forecast

Oil prices dipped slightly on Friday as the U.S. dollar edged up from its overnight lows, while forecast higher production by U.S. shale oil producers this year added to lingering worries over demand.

Oil prices ease on U.S. dollar, higher shale output forecast

Still an underdog, but China govt deals help Alibaba’s cloud ambitions

E-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is an underdog in the global cloud computing industry, but it has one thing going for it: it's Chinese.

Still an underdog, but China govt deals help Alibaba’s cloud ambitions

Apples and Oranges: ALDI hits Australia’s retail giants where it hurts

Fresh fruit and vegetables are the new frontline in ALDI Inc's assault on Australia's $70 billion supermarket sector, as the German discounter looks to beat the most profitable duopoly in global groceries at their own game.

Apples and Oranges: ALDI hits Australia’s retail giants where it hurts

Australia shares rise on Wall Street rally, bargain hunting

Australian shares climbed 1.2 percent on Friday on broad-based gains across all sectors, tracking Wall Street and as investors hunted bargain-priced stocks after a heavy sell-off the previous day.

Australia shares rise on Wall Street rally, bargain hunting

Elliott says Cheil-Samsung C&T merger is for Samsung Group succession

The proposed $8 billion merger between two Samsung Group companies is intended to facilitate a successful power transfer within the founder Lee family, a lawyer for U.S. hedge fund Elliott said on Friday.

Elliott says Cheil-Samsung C&T merger is for Samsung Group succession

Friendless NZ dlr suffers another woeful week, Aussie outperforms

The New Zealand dollar languished near a five-year low against the greenback on Friday, seemingingly destined for its ninth week of declines as expectations mount for further cuts in interest rates.

Friendless NZ dlr suffers another woeful week, Aussie outperforms

China’s main stock indexes down over 10 pct from June peak, enter correction territory

China's benchmark share indexes fell on Friday, taking losses since their early-June peak to more than 10 percent and putting the market into correction territory.

China’s main stock indexes down over 10 pct from June peak, enter correction territory

Greece to face IMF default on July 1 without a deal: IMF Chief

IMF Chief Christine Lagarde defended the IMF programme with Greece as "credible and flexible"

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China stocks slump as huge IPO wave lands

China stocks tumbled on Thursday, led by banking heavyweights, as 11 companies launched IPOs, putting pressure on market liquidity.

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Taiwan’s Quanta says examining option of manufacturing in India

Taiwan's Quanta Computer Inc , the world's top contract PC manufacturer which makes laptops and assembles watches for Apple Inc, said it is considering establishing a manufacturing base in India.

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IT giants revamp culture to attract young talent, battle start-ups

Infosys, Wipro and other Indian IT giants, which rose to prominence during the outsourcing boom in the 1990s and 2000s, have struggled to keep pace with mushrooming start-ups.

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US Fed says economy strong enough to handle rate hike

The U.S. economy is growing moderately after a winter swoon and likely strong enough to support an interest rate increase by the end of the year, but concerns remain over the recovery of the labour market, U.S. Federal Reserv

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US presidential hopefuls play middle-class card

Candidates are following a shift in the political debate, from jobs and a fragile economic recovery during the 2012 campaign, to one now centred on income inequality

US presidential hopefuls play middle-class card

Goldman Sachs to summer interns: Don’t stay in the office overnight

Goldman Sachs Group Inc has told its summer investment banking interns not to stay in the office overnight in a bid to improve working conditions for its junior staff.

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