... * Impact of Brexit fallout in Asia likely to be limited. * Volatility to stay high for the time being. * Asia outperformed global markets on Friday.
The stakeholders of the global economy are struggling to plot a course through the aftershocks of Brexit. From what's legal to what's possible to what's desirable, little has been clarified in the four days since U.K.
Asia's equity markets were the first to suffer through a Brexit-fueled rout. Old Mutual Plc and Citi Private Bank are betting they may be the first to recover.
TIANJIN, China China plans to cut its steel production capacity this year by 45 million tonnes and lower coal output capacity by 280 million tonnes, the head of the country's top economic planner said on Sunday.
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