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Emerging market rout is the third wave of global financial crisis, says Goldman Sachs
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran passed a law on Oct. 14 approving the nuclear deal reached by Tehran and six world powers, supporting President Hassan Rouhani's government in implementing the agreement subject to certain conditions.
PETALING JAYA: Weak commodity prices will continue to put pressure on Malaysia’s fiscal and broader economic outlook next year, said Fitch Ratings.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's outgoing leader Cristina Fernandez gave an emotional campaign speech on Thursday in her first public address since a surprisingly weak performance by her party's candidate in the first-round presidential election on Sunday.
Breakfast briefing: Friday, October 30
REVIEW: Volatility remains the order of the day, as external uncertainties and global growth concerns, as well as persistent ringgit weakness, continue to weigh on investor sentiment.
Currency Insights - By Suresh Ramanathan
Fundamentals, sentiment and mechanism need to be differentiated to evaluate country’s sunspots.
SINGAPORE: The outlook for oil and natural gas markets remains bleak for the rest of the year and much of 2016, meaning there will be no let up in pressure to control costs, executives from two European energy majors said.
MUMBAI (AFP) - A rare Bollywood movie tackling homophobia gets its Indian premiere on Friday, with the filmmakers hoping it will help change attitudes in the conservative country where homosexuality is illegal.
(Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Britain on Monday for a state visit at the invitation of Queen Elizabeth II, the first state visit to the United Kingdom by a Chinese leader since 2005.