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Japan's Price Trend Gauge Hits Record, Heightens Case for BOJ Exit

The data adds to recent growing signs that prospects of sustained wage increases are prodding firms to hike prices for their services, a trend the central bank sees as a prerequisite for ending ultra-low interest rates.

Latest News on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (November 28)

On the 27th local time, American entrepreneur and social media "X" (formerly Twitter) boss Musk arrived in Israel, met with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, and accompanied him to visit the Hamas-controlled buildings on October 7. Cross-border attacks on Israeli communities.

Could the Four-Day Truce Between Israel and Hamas be Extended?

On the third day of the agreed truce on Sunday (Nov 26), Hamas freed 17 hostages held in Gaza, including a four-year-old American girl, who were part of a larger group captured when Hamas fighters attacked Israel on Oct 7. In return, Israel freed 39 Palestinians.

Latest News on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (November 27)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the Gaza Strip yesterday, where he underwent a security clearance, spoke with commanders and combatants and visited one of the exposed tunnels.

Asia Stocks Steady Ahead of Inflation Tests, OPEC+ Meeting

Asian shares got off to a hesitant start on Monday ahead of potentially market-moving inflation data from the United States and Europe later in the week, and a meeting of oil producers that could stop, or extend, the recent slide in prices.

The Myanmar Military Is Losing Control

Years of shifting resources away from the Myanmar army and changing requirements for its senior ranks have led to its current weaknesses on the battlefield. Are the junta fielding men of straw? A former ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute researcher weighs in.

Latest News on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (November 26)

The Qatari delegation, led by Qatari Assistant Foreign Minister Lorva Khater, arrived in the Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing, the first international delegation to enter since the outbreak of Israeli aggression.

Will RBNZ Pour Cold Water on Rate Cut Expectations?

Investors see no more hikes and expect 40bps worth of cuts for 2024

Gaza's Economy Is in Ruins as Israel-Hamas War Sets Development Back Decades

Over one month into the war, Gazans have lost at least 182,000 jobs, or 61% of the workforce, according to the International Labor Organization. Gaza's unemployment rate now stands close to 100%, and the Palestinian enclave's economy is effectively "ceasing activity" indefinitely.

Latest News on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (November 25)

After the truce came into effect, many Gazans who sought refuge in various places chose to return to their homes in northern Gaza. However, Israeli forces opened fire on displaced Palestinians who went to their homes in northern Gaza.

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