Cnooc Ltd. is marketing a three- part sale of dollar bonds, joining companies from South Korea to the Philippines as Deutsche Bank AG forecasts an increase in U.S. currency note issuance from Asia.
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.
Toyota Motor Corp. outsold General Motors Co. and Volkswagen AG for a third straight quarter, helped by rising demand in Japan and China.
Marubeni Corp., a Japanese trading company, has completed an 82-megawatt solar-power station in the southwestern prefecture of Oita.
Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said the Bank of Japan won’t buy bonds just to keep down government debt- servicing costs after it achieves its goal of stable 2 percent inflation.
Australia is committed to buying a total of 72 F-35 Joint Strike Fighters, the Pentagon’s most expensive weapons system, Defense Minister David Johnston said.
Navy chiefs attending the Western Pacific Naval Symposium in China approved an agreement on rules for unplanned encounters at sea, according to the official PLA Daily newspaper.
Japanese shares rose, with the Topix index poised for its first advance in three days, after the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index capped its longest rally since September amid optimism about U.S. earnings.
Asian stocks erased gains after Chinese manufacturing data signaled persisting weakness in the world’s second-largest economy and Australia’s inflation rose less than expected.
Treasury five-year debt was the worst performer among U.S. government notes and bonds over the past month before a $35 billion sale of the securities today.
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