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This Aussie miner is paying its dividends in gold

Is cash still king? Investors in Australian miner, Resolute Mining, may soon have to decide.


Most Asia markets head higher, but Japan shares end slightly lower

Most Asia markets finished higher on Tuesday, while Japanese shares edged down in a muted reaction to better-than-expected economic data.


Wholesale banking reliance a 'systemic risk' in China: Moody's

Moody's is raising the red flag on the Chinese banking sector as small and mid-size banks increasingly rely on wholesale funding to aid rapid asset growth.


Europe sees lackluster open despite Asia, US rally

European stocks saw a lackluster start to the trading day on Tuesday, bucking a positive trend seen in the U.S. and Asia at the start of the week.


Should investors dive into Indonesia, India or the Philippines?

Indonesia, India and the Philippines offer the best opportunities but are also the most expensive in Asia, says Henderson Global Investors' Sat Duhra.


Pinebridge: Look to Asia fixed income for good bond yields

With much of the global bond market posting negative yields, Asian fixed income still offers solid returns, said Omar Slim, vice president of fixed income at Pinebridge.


Canada's Trudeau is trying to reset China relations: Academic

The former government was ambivalent about China, focusing on human rights issues instead of a strategic focus, says Ryerson University's Jeremy Kinsman.


Chinese airlines are heading in the right direction: CAPA

CAPA's Peter Harbison says Chinese airlines are doing well but still need to work on their cost bases and the FX volatility impact on revenue.


Why investors should be overweight Asian EMs

Asia emerging markets are an area with positive tailwinds compared to expensive developed markets, says Russel Investments' Graham Harman.


This strategist is bullish on the dollar ahead of Fed hike

The rates market has not fully priced in the possibility of a Fed hike this year, says UBS' Wayne Gordon.