Australia’s dollar fell against all of its 16 major peers after data today showed the nation’s consumer prices increased less than economists forecast.
China’s stocks fell, led by industrial companies, after a manufacturing gauge signaled a fourth month of contraction and concern grew that new share sales will drain funds from existing equities.
Toyota Motor Corp. outsold General Motors Co. and Volkswagen AG for a third straight quarter, helped by rising demand in Japan and China.
India’s rupee weakened beyond 61 per dollar for the first time in a month amid importers’ dollar purchases and on concern a decline in China’s factory output will damp demand for the region’s assets.
China’s economy has yet to respond to policy makers’ stimulus efforts, an April manufacturing gauge indicated today, helping send the yuan to a 16-month low.
Following are year-on-year changes of traffic and capacity figures for March released by China Southern Airlines Co.
Following are traffic and capacity figures for March released by China Southern Airlines Co.
Following are year-on-year changes of traffic and capacity figures for March released by Air China on its website.
Following are traffic and capacity figures in March released by Air China on its website.
Collective trusts that insurers are allowed to invest in are confined to those backed by financing assets and non-listed equity assets, according to draft rules posted on the website of China Insurance Regulatory Commission.
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