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Asian shares mixed after US indexes take small losses Asian shares mixed after US indexes take small losses

The dollar edged up to 110.67 yen from Tuesday's 110.66 yen while the euro was little-changed at $1.1737


China's debt on a 'dangerous trajectory': IMF China's debt on a 'dangerous trajectory': IMF

The IMF maintains its forecast of 6.7 percent growth for this year


Tokyo shares rebound on easing North Korea fears Tokyo shares rebound on easing North Korea fears

Tokyo shares rebounded Tuesday after four days of losses, as fears over a US-North Korea military conflict began to recede


Asian stocks rise after Koreas, US make diplomatic overtures Asian stocks rise after Koreas, US make diplomatic overtures

The dollar rose to 110.19 yen from 109.57 yen late Monday in Asia while the euro fell to $1.1784 from $1.1816


Myanmar can export power, gas to Dhaka: Nasrul Myanmar can export power, gas to Dhaka: Nasrul

The state minister also says he has discussion on power and energy issue along with the mutual interests


Asia shares mostly up, Nikkei falls as yen gains vs dollar   Asia shares mostly up, Nikkei falls as yen gains vs dollar

The dollar rises to 109.42 yen from 109.19 yen


US stocks snap 3-day losing streak in roller coaster week   US stocks snap 3-day losing streak in roller coaster week

The recovery fit a recent pattern of investors using dips to put more money in stocks


Guam tourism sees silver lining in North Korean threats Guam tourism sees silver lining in North Korean threats

Pyongyang's threats to launch four missile strikes near the US territory has stirred global curiosity in the remote Pacific destination


India says economy could slow down India says economy could slow down

Experts predict a further slowdown in India economy as businesses adjust to a new national goods and services tax


Asian stocks slump on profit-taking after US-NKorea tensions   Asian stocks slump on profit-taking

The dollar slipped to 109.05 yen from 109.20 while the euro weakened to $1.1763 from $1.1773


Real-time interbank payments still a far cry Real-time interbank payments still a far cry

The 56 commercial banks operating in the country utilise only 20 percent of the NPSB by using only 2-3 features out of the 21 services


Asian markets fall again as North Korea tensions continue Asian markets fall again as North Korea tensions continue

European bourses also sank in early trade Thursday, after the Dow recorded its second straight negative close Wednesday


US trade commission probing Qualcomm iPhone complaint US trade commission probing Qualcomm iPhone complaint

The Apple suit echoed charges by antitrust regulators in the United States and other major markets around the world


Inflation eases to 5.57pc in July Inflation eases to 5.57pc in July

The food inflation also eased to 6.95 percent in July from 7.51 percent in June while the non-food inflation decreased to 3.53 percent


Asian stocks lower as US, North Korea nuclear tensions rise   Asian stocks lower as US, NKorea nuclear tensions rise

The dollar declines to 109.79 yen from Tuesday's 110.34 yen.while the euro edges down to $1.1726 from $1.1751

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