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ASDION fell from the recent minor rally peak of 76 sen on Oct 27 to a 1½-month low of 37 sen on Nov 25 amid extended correction before bouncing off slightly.

U.S. senators call for 20,000 troops in Syria and Iraq

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Two senior U.S. senators called on Sunday for Washington to nearly triple military force levels in Iraq to 10,000 and send an equal number of troops to Syria as part of a multinational ground force to counter Islamic State in both countries.

Australian Jones battles it out to fulfil a dream

SYDNEY (Reuters) - If recent history is anything to go by, Matt Jones should have major expectations for 2016 after winning the Australian Open at his home course on Sunday.

South Korea activists vow to hold planned protest despite ban

SEOUL: South Korea's major labour group vowed Sunday to hold a massive anti-government protest this week, a day after authorities banned the rally over concerns it could turn violent.

Over 7,000 in Manila and Brisbane voice concern for climate

MANILA: Thousands turned out for climate change marches in Manila and Brisbane, part of a weekend of action across the globe to demand results from next week’s historic Paris summit.

Spain's Rajoy vows to cut tax, create jobs if re-elected

MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's ruling party will cut income tax and create two million jobs over the next four years if re-elected next month, centre-right Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy told a campaign rally on Saturday.

Oil price down in light volume; cautious week expected before OPEC

NEW YORK: Oil settled lower in light post-holiday volume in New York on Friday as the dollar's rally to an eight-month high and a tumble in Chinese equities added pressure to oversupplied crude futures.

Venezuela lashes U.S., opposition amid blame over activist's slaying

CARACAS (Reuters) - The Venezuelan government on Friday blasted the United States for linking an activist's murder to upcoming legislative elections and said it would sue an opposition leader who has blamed the ruling Socialist Party.

Brokerage probe sparks sell-off in China’s stocks

SHANGHAI: China’s stocks tumbled the most since the depths of this year’s rout as some of the largest brokerages disclosed regulatory probes, the nation’s industrial profits fell and companies struggled to repay bonds.

HK property shares on the rise

HONG KONG: These days, Jonas Kan divides his time between forecasting how far Hong Kong property prices will fall, and how much real estate stocks will rise.