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SINGAPORE: China's currency, bonds and stocks are among fund managers' top picks for 2018 as they bet the United States and China will avert a full-blown and potentially costly trade war.
The US private equity firm’s investment in Malaysian death care provider Nirvana Asia marks its first deal in the region outside China
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - A long-running Russian doping scandal. Corruption scams. Major cities say 'no' to staging the Olympics Games.
SINGAPORE: Asian currencies are cheap in historical trade-weighted terms despite a steady rise to multi-year highs over the past year on broad U.S. dollar weakness and strong flows into the region, analysts say.
SINGAPORE: A relentless decline in the dollar is putting pressure on earnings of Asian exporters, pushing some to consider moves such as renegotiating sales contracts, but it has also created a buffer against rising raw material and foreign debt costs.
HONG KONG: Asian companies are turning to the dollar bond market like never before, selling record amounts of securities that leveraged investors desperate for yield are scooping up. But there’s a flip side to all that growth: it’s getting easier for funds to sell them short.
TOKYO: Business confidence among Asian companies rose in October-December to the highest in almost seven years due to robust consumption and global trade, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed. The index for Malaysia weakened to 64 from 75 as respondents expressed concern about consumer sentiment. A reading above 50 indicates a positive outlook.
Low on cash but high on hope, Iran's technology entrepreneurs are learning to live with revived hostility in the United States and growing suspicion – or worse – from hardliners at home.