TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares hovered around one-month lows on Monday as Western countries issued fresh warnings of more sanctions on Moscow after Crimea voted overwhelmingly to break from Ukraine to join Russia, as expected.
Chinese tech giant Alibaba's decision to list in the U.S. instead of Hong Kong has raised questions over whether the Asian city will ever regain its IPO crown.
China announced over the weekend it would expand the daily yuan trading band against the US dollar beginning on Monday as the country pushes for a more internationalized currency and market-based financial sector.
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FRANKFURT, March 16 (Reuters) - German utility RWE AG said on Sunday it and LetterOne Group had agreed on the terms for the sale of oil and gas unit RWE Dea AG at an enterprise value of around 5.1 billion euros ($7.10 billion).