Japan's government has nominated Asian Development Bank President Haruhiko Kuroda to head the country's central bank, counting on his support for more aggressive monetary policy to help the world's third-biggest economy escape recession and deflation. Business Standard, 2 months ago
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May 18 (Bloomberg) -- Asian currencies dropped by the most since January this week on speculation regional central banks will allow their exchange-rates to depreciate to keep exports competitive with Japan, where the yen fell to a four-year low.Washington Post, 1 day ago Asian currencies drop on worries over competition Taipei Times Online, 15 hours ago Asian Currencies Drop as Yen Weakness Spurs Intervention Concern Bloomberg, 2 days ago Asian currencies have best week in 7 months on fund inflows Business Standard, 4 weeks ago
Vice President Hamid Ansari is heading to Uzbekistan, a key Central Asian country, from May 21-24 for talks with President Islam Karimov that are expected to focus on Afghanistan and counter-terrorism cooperation among other issues.It will be the first visit ...Prokerala, 18 hours ago Hamid Ansari heading to Uzbekistan in first vice presidential visit Headlines India, 16 hours ago
Japanese shares slipped and Asian equities were broadly steady on Friday after a US Federal Reserve official said the central bank may begin to taper its asset buying this summer, lending support to the dollar. US equities sagged on Thursday after ...Smart Investor, 2 days ago Indian FX/debt factors to watch - May 17 Wards Auto.com, 2 days ago Asian equities steady Daily News South Africa, 2 days ago Dollar supported by Fed comments, Nikkei eases International Business Times Canada, 2 days ago
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In the Asian Champions League, Guangzhou Evergrande fought back from a goal down to win 2-1 at Australian side Central Coast Mariners in the first leg of their last 16 tie. The Chinese club got goals from the Lucas Barrios and Muriqui. The second ...Radio TV Hong Kong, 3 days ago Bunbury look to become a force Noodls, 2 days ago Guangzhou too strong for Mariners Noodls, 3 days ago Asian Champions League: Esteghlal, Guangzhou open 2nd round with away wins India TV, 3 days ago
Keywords: asianinvestor, | may 2013 We explore the revolutionary move by central banks to diversify, consider the impact of Abenomics, examine the issues for sec-lending in China and assess the comeback of credit funds. Tweet Tip Us Email Print ...Asian Investor, 3 days ago Asian shares pause after rally, watch c.bank meetings Reuters, 2 months ago Asian shares pause after rally, eyes on central banks’ meeting First Post.com, 2 months ago
President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday Russia must strengthen its defences in the south and work with Central Asian allies to protect itself against the threat of extremist violence emerging from ...NDTV, 1 week ago Putin: Russia needs stronger defence against Afghan threats First Post.com, 1 week ago
Asian shares inched ahead while the dollar lost ground as investors counted on easy money from central banks in the euro zone and United States.Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Asian markets gain; central bank action eyed Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Asian shares edge up; markets cautious ahead of events-packed week Business Standard, 2 weeks ago Asian shares edge up; markets look for central bank largesse The Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
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Asian shares edged higher, supported by views that a run of weak economic data will encourage major central banks to keep their monetary stimulus.Economic Times, 3 weeks ago Asian Shares tick; global monetary stimulus supports Business Standard, 3 weeks ago Asian shares tick, support seen from global monetary stimulus Reuters, 3 weeks ago Asian markets tick, support seen from stimulus hopes Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
Officials and lots of citizens in Kyrgyzstan are reeling from news that the Central Asian nation's most hated son will continue living a free and comfortable life abroad. A federal court in New York last week suddenly dropped an extradition case ...EurasiaNet, 2 days ago US military tanker plane crashes in Kyrgyzstan Sify, 2 weeks ago US military plane crashes in Kyrgyzstan Sify, 2 weeks ago
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