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RBA Remains Open-Minded On Currency Interventions, Stevens Says

The Reserve Bank of Australia remains open-minded on the currency interventions, Governor Glenn Stevens said Thursday.

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Taiwan Unemployment Rate Edges Down In October

Taiwan's unemployment rate fell modestly in October, data from the Director-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics showed Friday.

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RBNZ's McDermott: Kiwi "Overvalued" From Long-Term Perspecti

The New Zealand dollar is "overvalued" from a long-term perspective and the high exchange rate is contributing to economic imbalances, Reserve Bank of New Zealand Assistant Governor John McDermott said Friday.

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Tapering In Advanced Economies Key Risk To Growth In Emerging Asia: IMF's Zhu

Tapering of the unconventional monetary policies in advanced economies is a key source of risk to growth and financial stability in emerging Asia, International Monetary Fund Deputy Managing Director Min Zhu said.

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Australia Full-Time Job Slump Bolsters Bets RBA to Hold: Economy

Australian employers cut full-time workers in October by the most in more than a year, sending the local dollar lower as traders increased bets the central bank will keep interest rates at a record low.

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