20/10 Morocco's annual inflation rose to 0.4 percent year-on-year in September from 0.3 percent in August, the High Planning Authority said on Friday.  Full story
07h54 South Korea's President Moon Jae-in said on Sunday the government will continue to phase out nuclear-generated electricity, following a public opinion survey that dealt a blow to his plans to do so.  Full story
07h43 Tens of thousands across Japan were advised to evacuate, hundreds of flights were cancelled and rail services disrupted as heavy rain and wind lashed a wide swathe of Japan on Sunday, a national election day, as a powerful typhoon neared.  Full story
07h39 Japanese voters deliver their verdict on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's nearly five years in power in an election on Sunday that could give him the clout to push ahead with his cherished goal of revising the post-war, pacifist constitution.  Full story
06h55 China's property sales will slow in the fourth quarter but prices will remain stable, the housing minister said on Sunday, as more signs emerge that the country's nearly two-year housing boom has peaked.. . .  Full story
06h45 China's unemployment rate has hit its lowest point in multiple years at 3.95 percent by the end of September, but employment still face challenges as the economy pushes ahead with structural reforms, China's labour ministry. . .  Full story
21/10 Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Iraqi counterpart Ibrahim al-Jaafari will meet in Moscow on Oct. 23 to discuss the situation in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region, Russia's foreign ministry said in a statement on. . .  Full story
21/10 Saudi Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih made a high profile visit to Iraq on Saturday, calling for increased economic cooperation and praising existing coordination to boost crude oil prices.. . .  Full story
21/10 The global oil market is improving and stabilising, Saudi Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih said in Baghdad on Saturday.. . .  Full story
21/10 Russia will allow imports of 50,000 tonnes of Turkish tomatoes from November 1, one month ahead of the original plan, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said after a meeting of the Russian-Turkish intergovernmental commission on. . .  Full story
21/10 German airline Air Berlin is demanding damages from its part-owner Etihad Airways for letting it become insolvent and it hopes for payment of at least 10 million euros ($11.8 million), Air Berlin's administrator told a. . .  Full story
21/10 Asia Pacific Resources International Limited (APRIL) has suspended forestry operations at its Indonesian pulp and paper subsidiary after the government cancelled a long-term work plan citing environmental non-compliance.. . .  Full story
21/10 India's central bank on Saturday dismissed media reports that it was not necessary to link national identity card numbers, known as Aadhar numbers, to bank accounts.. . .  Full story
21/10 China's economy is on track to meet its official growth target for 2017, the head of the state planning agency said on Saturday, despite a punishing war on pollution which is expected to slash. . .  Full story
21/10 The economic impact of China's tough campaign against smog this winter is expected to be limited, a senior state planning official said on Saturday.. . .  Full story
21/10 Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih and his Iraqi counterpart Jabar al-Luaibi, agreed on Saturday to cooperate on implementing decisions by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to curb oil global oil supply, Iraq's oil. . .  Full story
21/10 China will introduce measures aimed at guiding private investment into areas that have a higher growth potential, a senior official with the state planning agency said on Saturday.. . .  Full story
21/10 Heavy rain and powerful winds are expected to lash large areas of Japan on Sunday as a strong typhoon sweeps ashore, possibly hindering voter turnout in a national election.. . .  Full story
21/10 South Korea's exports from October 1 to 20 jumped 6.9 percent from a year earlier, the customs agency said on Saturday, while imports rose 3.1 percent over the same period.. . .  Full story
21/10 A Turkish teacher who has been on hunger strike for months to protest about losing his job in the government's purge since a failed coup attempt last year, has been released from jail pending. . .  Full story
20/10 Asian spot LNG prices fell this week as reluctant buyers submitted lower bids, more supply emerged and Egypt's call for 12 shipments in Q1 2018 undershot expectations by traders.. . .  Full story
20/10 Germany will wait for Israeli prosecutors to conclude all investigations in a corruption scandal involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu before delivering three submarines in a $2 billion defence deal, German magazine Der Spiegel reported.. . .  Full story
20/10 French businesses and foreign and finance ministry officials will meet next week as they work together to understand better the consequences of U.S. President Donald Trump's refusal to certify the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.. . .  Full story
20/10 Qatar's diplomatic crisis is holding up the sale of a shipping company it part owns, one of the latest signs of an emerging corporate fall-out that Doha is facing after Arab countries cut relations. . .  Full story
20/10 The European Union will cut some of the money earmarked for Turkey to join the bloc, reflecting increasingly sour ties with Ankara but stopping short of killing membership bid of the country it still. . .  Full story
20/10 Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) has launched a tender to buy 12 liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes for delivery in the first quarter of 2018, trade sources said on Friday.. . .  Full story
20/10 South Korean public support for nuclear power on Friday sucker punched a government policy to steer the country away from nuclear-generated electricity as Seoul said it would bow to a demand to resume construction. . .  Full story
20/10 South Korea's Ssangyong Motor Co Ltd on Friday said it is reconsidering establishing a joint venture in China due to diplomatic tension between Seoul and Beijing over the deployment of a U.S. missile defence system.. . .  Full story
20/10 Southeast Asian markets were largely sluggish on Friday, while Indonesia snapped a three-day losing streak after a positive economic outlook by the country's central bank boosted sentiment. Indonesia's central bank said. . .  Full story
20/10 Taiwan's export order value hit its highest on record in September, with manufacturers pinning their hopes on Apple's new smartphones to sustain momentum into the year-end shopping season.. . .  Full story
20/10 Soon after Indonesian President Joko Widodo took office in 2014, he ordered his ministers to give private companies first pick of profitable infrastructure projects, until then usually grabbed by state-owned enterprises (SOEs).. . .  Full story
20/10 Shanghai-based coworking space startup naked Hub said on Friday it plans to go public in Hong Kong after a fresh round of fundraising next year, potentially adding more Chinese "new economy" companies to the. . .  Full story
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20/10 Hong Kong shares rebounded sharply on Friday, as investors scrambled for bargains among stocks bruised from the previous session's sell-off, which was triggered by the Chinese central bank chief's reference to a "Minsky moment".. . .  Full story
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20/10 China's primary money rates fell for the week on ample liquidity as the central bank made its biggest weekly net cash injection in nine months, seeking market stability for the all-important Communist Party congress, traders. . .  Full story

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