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Asia Week Ahead: Japan hopes for economic holiday cheer

Saudi's Naimi says prices will stimulate demand, confident market will...

Russian arms sales soared in 2013, bucking global slowdown: think tank

Russian arms sales soared in 2013

Russia raises key rate to protect ailing economy

BOJ survey shows Japan business mood fragile, highlights Abe's challenges

Fed likely to note gains but signal no rate hike

Greek PM Samaras asks for support as key vote nears

Japan export growth slows, maintains policy pressure on Abe

Fed pondering change in rate hike signals

Japan PM expected to tip BOJ board closer to his views in 2015

Futures head higher as Congress returns

Cautious enforcer to be China's next premier

Rise in US home sales reflects steady improvement

Market waits for election earnings disappoint

Sales contracts to buy US homes rose last month

Fiscal-cliff deal no recipe for a robust economy

Steady US hiring expected last month despite cliff

Draghi says eurozone not past turning point yet

US economy shrinks 0.1 pct., 1st time in 3½ years

China August exports beat forecasts, point to stabilization

US futures down after 2 days of solid gains

Wall Street Week Ahead: Undervalued euro shares a hurdle for U.S. stocks

Small cities pivotal to property's support for China's growth

U.S. jobless claims rise but trend hints at quicker hiring

Central banks assuring markets with low rates guidance - ECB's Nowotny

Reserve Bank of Australia leaves official interest rate unchanged at 2.5...

Surging mining stocks end a slump on Wall Street

Rudd again warns on growth, jobs

Fed likely to offer few clues on rate policies

Bank of England sits tight over rate, stimulus

Job ads fall, but pace of decline is easing

More emerging market turbulence despite rate hikes

Share market closes higher as RBA keeps rates steady

Reserve Bank lowers Australia's growth forecast, says benefits of rate...

More jobs, more taper talk

Corporate Japan to hunker down and save gains from tax cut - Reuters poll

Australian unemployment eases to 5.6%

Wall Street breaks spell Penney turns on a dime

How higher rates touch consumers, firms, investors

US home prices rise in April by most in 7 years