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China to promote anti-corruption efforts at G20: minister

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BEIJING China will push anti-corruption cooperation when it hosts this year's G20 summit, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday, after it suspended an international anti-corruption task force because domestic companies declined to participate.

Global watchdog says shadow-banking supervision too patchy

LONDON Regulators have yet to get a firm handle on the world's $35 trillion shadow banking sector with supervision and data gathering still too patchy for spotting risks properly, the global Financial Stability Board said on Wednesday.

May 25 2016

Global watchdog says shadow-banking supervision too patchy

LONDON, May 25 Regulators have yet to get a firm handle on the world's $35 trillion shadow banking sector with supervision and data gathering still too patchy for spotting risks properly, the global Financial Stability Board said on Wednesday.

May 25 2016

GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian stocks near 11-week lows, dollar bounces on Fed rate view

HONG KONG, May 24 Asian shares stumbled to near 2-1/2-month lows on Tuesday and the U.S. dollar pared some of its recent losses as investors worried about the likelihood of a U.S. interest rate increase in coming weeks.

Stocks, Currencies, Bonds, Markets May 24 2016

Indonesia to adjust banking law to aid tax officials by 2018 - c.bank gov

JAKARTA, May 23 Indonesia will revise its banking law to allow tax authorities direct access to data on banks' customers before 2018, the central bank governor said on Monday.

May 23 2016

Hong Kong council to issue green finance proposals next week

HONG KONG An advisory council to the Hong Kong government will unveil a series of recommendations to attract green finance investments to the city next week, the chairman of the council told Reuters.

May 20 2016

Japan, U.S. remain at loggerheads over yen policy

SENDAI, Japan Japan and the United States remained at loggerheads over exchange-rate policy on Friday with Washington saying yen moves continued to be "orderly," signaling that Tokyo has no justification to intervene in the market to stem yen gains.

WRAPUP 1-Japan, U.S. remain at loggerheads over yen policy

* G7 must refrain from competitive devaluations-U.S. official

Currencies, Markets May 20 2016

UPDATE 1-U.S. Treasury official says yen moves remain 'orderly'

* Japan should reschedule tax hike or compensate for drag (Adds quotes, details)

Currencies, Markets May 20 2016

U.S. Treasury official: Yen moves remain 'orderly'

SENDAI, Japan, May 20 The United States continues to believe that exchange-rate conditions regarding Japan have been "orderly," a senior U.S. Treasury official said on Friday.

Currencies, Markets May 20 2016

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Global GDP comparison

A graphical look at the world's top economies by size and per-capita production.  Interactive