Japan's local currency this morning strengthened against the USD, after officials in this country mentioned the possibility of ending the negative interest rate policy.
With large amounts of cash, Gulf countries are considered the "ATM of the world", playing a major role in global mergers and acquisitions.
Credit demand in China is increasing, deflationary pressure is easing and the yuan is strengthening, showing that this market is gradually stabilizing.
Asia still has more super-rich people than Europe, just behind North America, although the number fell the most among the continents last year.
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China, Thailand, Australia ... splashed billions of dollars to save aviation when airlines were on the verge of bankruptcy.
An increasing number of US companies doing business with Chinese partners are confirming that they will lose billions of dollars after the chip export ban.
Saudi Aramco, the state-owned oil company of Saudi Arabia, has informed at least five customers in North Asia that it will supply the full amount of oil under contract in November.
European businesses and households are facing a harsh winter, despite governments spending more than 300 billion euros in bailouts.
Germany was pushed to the brink of recession when Russia cut off gas, while Italy - a country often experiencing economic crises - suffered little impact.
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