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Better-than-expected earnings news lifted Europe\'s stocks earlier in the day, but the likelihood of tougher sanctions against Russia and disappointing U.S. housing news sapped any feel-good lift.
Leighton Holdings' Profit Falls  (28 July 11:51 am) 
Leighton Holdings\' first-half net profit fell 20%, though the company signaled progress in weathering a global-mining slowdown by sharpening focus on major construction contracts and raising its
The End of Japan's Inflation Affair  (28 July 11:51 am) 
Abenomics is doomed if it won\'t extend beyond monetary easing.
The central government has lived up to its commitments to the territory\'s people.
The U.S. said on Saturday it evacuated its personnel from Tripoli as fighting between warring militias in Libya reached the capital.
MH17 Crash Site Recovery Faces Delays  (27 July 10:48 am) 
The recovery of the remaining bodies at the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site in Ukraine faced new delays Saturday over safety concerns and uncertainty over what approvals are still needed.
Nine Reasons to Love Your Mortgage  (27 July 10:48 am) 
It\'s a big debt, but there\'s an upside to it, writes Jonathan Clements.
Audi to Cut Parts Prices in China  (27 July 10:48 am) 
Audi said it will cut the price it charges for spare parts in China, making it the latest foreign luxury-car maker to adjust prices in the country in the wake of closer government scrutiny.
Breaking Ball  (27 July 11:50 pm) 
Japan\'s traditional high-school baseball regimen has produced some of the world\'s biggest baseball stars. But critics say the tough approach borders on child abuse. Is there a better way?
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China said it would issue up to 80 billion yuan ($12.9 billion) of preferred shares.
The Right Way to Invest Globally  (25 July 11:52 pm) 
U.S. investors have ramped up their holdings of foreign stocks. Yet many still don\'t own enough—or go about it the wrong way.
Japan's Food Firms Eye Southeast Asia  (26 July 10:48 am) 
Japanese food companies are increasing investment in Southeast Asia in a bid to capture strong demand from a rising middle class.
Living Dangerously in Indonesia  (27 July 11:50 pm) 
An election dispute risks becoming an assault on democracy.
Strong Won Hits Korean Profits  (25 July 10:48 am) 
South Korean corporations reported disappointing earnings, citing a stronger currency that is making it harder to compete in overseas markets.
Kia Motors Corp.\'s quarterly operating profit shrank by a third, despite record sales in its key U.S. market, as the auto maker was battered by a strong local currency.
Agricultural Bank of China, one of China\'s big four state-owned banks, plans to tweak its mortgage policies for first-time home buyers in Shanghai, a move seen as part of the targeted easing approach
Gold Drops On Weak Chinese Demand  (25 July 10:48 am) 
Gold futures fell to a five-week low on Thursday after data showed Chinese demand for physical gold fell during the first half of 2014.
The newly appointed chief of the Philippines armed forces, 55-year-old Lt. Gen Catapang, is constrained by a policy that forces military chiefs to retire at 56 years of age, often within months of
Inflation Slows in Japan  (25 July 10:48 am) 
Price growth in Japan weakened for a second straight month in June, as a surge in energy costs lost steam and the Japanese economy slowed following a sales tax increase four months ago.
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Short-Changing Taiwan's Market  (25 July 02:48 am) 
Taipei regulators hurt themselves by trying to squelch bad news.
Robust Data Boost European Markets  (24 July 11:51 pm) 
A robust set of economic figures out of the euro zone helped equity indexes across the region recoup earlier losses and offset some of the impact of lackluster corporate earnings and lingering
S&P 500 Hits Intraday High  (24 July 07:49 pm) 
The S&P 500 rose to a record intraday high early, bolstered by strong U.S. labor-market data and corporate-earnings reports.
Asian Morning Briefing
Asian Morning Briefing