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Deutsche Bank Shares Tumble  (23 July 02:50 pm) 
The exposure of financial-reporting problems at Deutsche Bank sent shares in Germany\'s largest lender lower Wednesday, but broader markets clung to paltry gains.
As China\'s investors rush to snap up cheap stocks, they\'re turning to the bond markets for funding and lifting the cost of borrowing.
BHP Output Trumps Forecasts  (23 July 10:49 am) 
BHP Billiton exported more iron ore than expected from mines in Australia\'s northwest last fiscal year as the mining company aimed to squeeze more from its operations.
Trouble for Abe  (23 July 10:49 am) 
The Japanese leader\'s failure to push reform exacts a toll.
Living Dangerously in Indonesia  (23 July 10:49 am) 
An election dispute risks becoming an assault on democracy.
Asian Morning Briefing
Chinese officials who oversee pricing matters are inquiring into the practices of foreign luxury-car makers in the world\'s No. 1 car market.
Japanese trading houses Itochu and Sumitomo are seeking to sell a stake in an Australian coal project, the latest example of overseas investors scaling back mining bets amid a downturn in commodity
Problems with new drilling techniques and competition from the U.S. shale revolution are threatening returns from $60 billion in investments by Conoco, Total and others to get LNG from Australia\'s
Asian Morning Briefing
China imported a record amount of crude oil from Iran in the first half of the year amid a loosening of U.S. sanctions, furthering increasing the importance of Middle East supplies for the world\'s No.
Yum Brands and McDonald\'s suspended meat purchases in China from a Shanghai-based, U.S.-owned supplier that is under investigation for allegedly selling expired chicken and beef.
By winning his third career major title, Rory McIlroy may well have transitioned from being the Next Big Thing in golf to being the actual, reigning Big Thing.
Breaking Ball  (22 July 11:51 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?
A Florida jury has slammed a tobacco company with $23.6 billion in punitive damages in a lawsuit filed by the widow of a longtime smoker who died of lung cancer in 1996.
Posco Engineering & Construction Co., a unit of South Korean steel giant Posco, will build railway tracks for transporting coal from an Australian mine being developed by India\'s Adani Group, the
Yen Falls Against Dollar, Euro  (19 July 10:48 am) 
The yen fell against the dollar and euro Friday after investors shifted away from haven assets, such as the Japanese currency, gold and U.S. Treasurys.
Malaysia Airlines Faces Tough Future  (19 July 10:48 am) 
Malaysia Airlines has lost two planes carrying 537 people, in the space of five months. Now, the big question for the carrier\'s survival is: Will passengers keep taking their flights?
Geopolitical Tensions Jolt Markets  (22 July 11:52 pm) 
A run-up in geopolitical stress surrounding Russia and Israel has jolted markets, but investors\' search for safe assets is proving muted.
U.S. Stocks End Sharply Lower  (22 July 11:52 pm) 
Financial markets were rattled by geopolitical flare-ups on Thursday, sending U.S. stocks tumbling to their worst losses in months and investors reaching for the safety of gold and Treasury bonds.
Curtis Sittenfeld selects Alice Munro\'s \'The Love of a Good Woman\' for this month\'s WSJ Book Club.
Asian Morning Briefing
Asian Morning Briefing
Oil prices jumped on news that a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane went down in Ukraine, as traders worried the crash could become a potential flash point that presented another threat to global crude
Breaking Ball  (18 July 07:49 am) 
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?