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Asian Morning Briefing: Dow Closes at Record  (18 September 03:49 am) 
Asian Morning Briefing
Obama: U.S. Won't Send Ground Troops to Iraq  (17 September 10:52 pm) 
Obama, speaking after a briefing on Islamic State by U.S. military commanders, said the U.S. won\'t commit ground troops to combat in Iraq.
Stocks Near Even Ahead of Fed  (17 September 10:52 pm) 
U.S. stocks pared their gains midday, as investors looked ahead to an update on monetary policy from the Federal Reserve.
Japan\'s second-largest lender by market capital is seeking to bulk up its aircraft leasing business as part of efforts to diversify away from traditional lending.
IndiGo Signs Aircraft Financing Deal  (17 September 10:52 pm) 
Indian budget airline IndiGo signed an initial pact with Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd to finance the purchase of more than 30 Airbus A320 planes.
Kurion to Sign Fukushima Cleanup Contract  (17 September 10:52 pm) 
U.S. radioactive-waste management firm Kurion said it would sign a contract as soon as this month with the Japanese government to study scaling up technology for removing tritium from wastewater.
A Trip on the Wild Side  (17 September 10:52 pm) 
Elaine Tan, CEO of WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) Singapore, talks about encountering a grizzly at Yellowstone, tiger-spotting in India, and Tokyo\'s immaculate toilets.
China's Stimulus Has Short Legs  (17 September 12:49 pm) 
China\'s central bank is injecting a chunk of money into the economy through five state-owned banks. But the effect is likely to be fleeting.
Overheard: Apple Calms Timing Fears in China  (17 September 10:49 am) 
Investors are worried about the timing of sales of new iPhones in China. But Apple may have found a way to help offset some of that concern.
Widodo Cabinet Plans Raise Hopes  (17 September 10:49 am) 
Indonesian President-elect Joko Widodo\'s plan to take key economic ministries out of politicians\' hands is raising reform hopes, but the real test of his first presidential act will come when he
China's Unhappy Rich  (17 September 10:49 am) 
The country\'s elite are running for the exits.
Qatar Airways may boost its order for Airbus A380 super jumbos to as many as 25, which would more than double the number of jets the carrier has ordered.
Mayors Push for Immigrants to Become Citizens  (17 September 10:49 am) 
The mayors of the nation\'s three largest cities—New York, Los Angeles and Chicago—plan to launch a new effort, \'Cities for Citizenship,\' to increase citizenship among legal permanent residents.
Dalian Wanda Property Arm Plans Hong Kong IPO  (17 September 10:49 am) 
Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties, which is controlled by Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, aims to raise up to $6 billion with a Hong Kong initial public offering.
Asian Morning Briefing: U.S. Stocks Rally  (17 September 03:49 am) 
Asian Morning Briefing
German Savers Turn to Foreign Banks  (16 September 09:51 pm) 
With domestic banks offering interest rates on savings that are below inflation, German savers are looking abroad for better rates but are concerned about higher risks.
China Bans Coal With High Ash  (16 September 01:49 pm) 
China will ban highly polluting types of coal starting next year, making good on a vow its cabinet issued in late 2013 as part of an increasingly tough campaign to clean up its air.
Earthquake Rattles Tokyo, No Tsunami Expected  (16 September 10:51 am) 
A magnitude 5.6 earthquake shakes the Tokyo region, although no tsunami was expected and there were no immediate reports of damage.
Australia House Prices Stir Worry  (16 September 10:51 am) 
Australia\'s central bank is becoming increasingly concerned by the country\'s soaring house prices, minutes of this month\'s policy meeting showed.
Top Bond Dealers Lose Market Share  (16 September 10:51 am) 
The top five banks dealing in U.S. corporate bonds have lost market share to smaller firms, the latest sign of the financial-sector shake-up being driven by tougher rules and bank retrenchment.
Asian Morning Briefing: U.S. Stocks End Mixed  (16 September 11:52 pm) 
Asian Morning Briefing
China's GDP Growth Target Addiction  (16 September 10:51 am) 
There is nothing wrong with targets, per se, but China\'s targeting framework has no memory—it lets bygones be bygones.
Malaysia Rate Outlook Splits Economists  (15 September 05:50 pm) 
Economists are deeply divided over the next policy move by Malaysia\'s central bank, which raised interest rates in July for the first time in three years, as the domestic economy stays robust while
Indian shares fell after the government reported a sharp slowdown in industrial production growth, tempering optimism about an economic recovery.
Vietnam and India agreed to expand cooperation in oil and gas exploration and production in contested waters of the South China Sea, despite previous objections from China.