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ATHENS: Political resistance and potential court challenges are among #8220;very large#8221; risks to reforms required for Greece's bailout programme, the country's European lenders said.
WASHINGTON: The International Monetary Fund said Ireland could delay some of the budget cuts required under its bailout program if the country's economy grows more slowly than expected next year.
TOKYO: Japan's central bank gets its first chance this week to respond to the challenge laid down by Shinzo Abe following his party's landslide victory in a general election on Sunday. Investors are already betting it will flinch.
SHANGHAI: China's foreign exchange regulator has removed the US$1bil limit for foreign sovereign wealth funds, central banks and monetary authorities buying Chinese assets through the Qualified Institutional Investor Programme (QFII).
KUALA LUMPUR: THE FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) is likely to stage a downside correction this week on profit taking, following the bullish performance of local stocks with a 8.3% gain year-to-date.