TOKYO (AP) - Japan slashed its estimate of economic growth for the July-September quarter Monday as investment by companies slowed more than first estimated.
BEIJING�China's consumer-price gains moderated slightly in November, but Beijing's ambitious plans to give market forces a greater role could boost inflation in the world's second-largest economy next year.
The dollar remained higher against the yen before regional Federal Reserve presidents speak amid speculation the U.S. central bank will consider reducing monetary stimulus as early as next week.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced a new five-year strategic plan to improve safety for elderly drivers and passengers.
November exports surprise market. Could the popularly traded iShares FTSE China finally get a bounce and stay over $40? This time its the export markets that are keeping China humming.