TOKYO, Nov 30 An extended selloff in Chinese stocks pulled down Asian markets on Monday, while the yuan bounced on suspected intervention by Beijing hours ahead of an IMF decision on whether to promote it to a basket of global reserve currencies.
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TOKYO, Nov 30 Japanese government bonds were firm on Monday, supported by bullish euro zone and U.S. debt, although caution ahead of an auction of 10-year maturities capped the market and limited price movements.
TOKYO, Nov 30 The pound sterling slipped to a seven-month low in Asian trading on Monday, on growing expectations that the Bank of England will hold off on hiking interest rates.
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* EU offers 3 bln euros, visas, accession talks for Ankara help
SHANGHAI, Nov 29 A year after China's financial regulators squared up to the systemic perils of "shadow banking", the threat is shifting to a booming corporate bond market, and risky borrowers' debt is finding its way into products aimed at retail investors.
BRUSSELS, Nov 29 The European Union and Turkey agreed on Sunday a 3-billion euro ($3.2 billion) plan to confront the flows of migrants into Europe, part of a wider deal to speed up Ankara's efforts to join the 28-nation bloc.
BRUSSELS, Nov 29 Leaders of the European Union aim to sign an agreement with Turkey in Brussels on Sunday that offers Ankara cash and closer ties with the EU in return for Turkish help in stemming the flow of migrants to Europe.
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