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Emerging market forex reserves are shrinking. From a peak $8tn in mid-2014, cash kitties have been whittled back as theAmie Tsang
Japanese companies remain unwilling to boost spending in the year ahead despite the weaker yen, falling oil prices andKana Inagaki in Tokyo and Patrick McGee in Hong Kong
Elsewhere on Wednesday, - India’s (oft brutal) Naxalites look more like a phenomenon of the globalised present rather thanDavid Keohane
One thing sure to make a dull party even worse is the sound of revelry from the shindig next door. While Chinese stocks haveJosh Noble in Hong Kong
You can sign up to receive the email here. Emerging market forex reserves are shrinking. From a peak $8tn in mid-2014, cashAmie Tsang
In the mid-1990s, few thought the Bank of Japan had lost control of monetary outcomes. Consensus forecasts suggestedStephen King
There is a widespread belief that “labour is steadily losing out to capital”. This was, for example, the title of an articleAndrew Smithers
Wednesday 03:30 BST. The new quarter got off to a slow start as Asian equities stumbled in most key markets, but the moodPatrick McGee in Hong Kong
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No country presents a greater challenge to the convictions of a life-long democrat than Singapore. When I first visited inMichael Skapinker
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