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Hong Kong is preparing for a weekend of demonstrations, including a human chain at major subway lines on Friday and a democracy march on Sunday.
Dragged down by sliding energy prices and raising the chance the central bank will top up its already massive monetary stimulus at its review this month.
Food group Nestle plans to return up to 20 billion Swiss francs ($20.13 billion) to shareholders over the next two years and is making changes to its struggling waters business.
Citigroup Inc has named Peter Babej, the US bank's global head of financial institutions group, as its new Asia Pacific chief executive officer.
Oil prices fell on Tuesday, after heavy losses in the previous session, as two days of weak Chinese data added to worries about the top crude oil importer's energy demand growth.
Citibank has agreed to pay a $30m fine to settle charges of repeated violations of real estate holding rules and for failing to meet its commitment to take corrective actions.
Britain's government plans to introduce new legislation to make it easier and faster to bring home stranded holidaymakers after the collapse of tour company Thomas Cook.
Asian shares jumped on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he would meet with China's top trade negotiator
Nearly 300 oil tankers globally have been placed off-limits as companies fear violating US sanctions against Iran and Venezuela.
Office-sharing startup WeWork on Thursday said it will open two new locations in Singapore this year.
Singapore will ban advertisements of drinks with high sugar content, as the government seeks to tackle diabetes in the city-state.
An unnamed cabinet minister cited by the newspaper said that a "very large number" of Conservative members of parliament will quit if it comes to a no-deal Brexit.
The US and China are engaged in a year-long row that has slowly expanded beyond trade policy, suggesting even more damage to an already fragile global economy.
Carrie Lam said Hong Kong was equipped to handle the situation on its own, as it braced for more demonstrations through the week
Amazon also said it will allow small and medium-sized businesses to offer their products to online shoppers with Amazon.sg
The media worker, who was wearing a helmet marked Press, and a high-visibility yellow vest, had been involved in a live broadcast at the time.
Manchester City was defeated by Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday at their home ground in the match of Premier League.
Crude oil futures pared losses to trade little changed amid caution about a resolution to the trade dispute.
The North's chief nuclear negotiator, Kim Myong Gil, who spent much of the day in talks with an American delegation
Investors are also watching for further developments on tensions between the United States and Iran.