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Japan said on Wednesday it is ready to work for the stability of the Nissan-Renault global alliance following the stunning arrest of common Chairman Carlos Ghosn, as the Asahi newspaper reported prosecutors are weighing bringing a case against the Japanese automaker.\n \n
Oil bounced by around $1 a barrel on Wednesday to claw back some of the previous day\'s 6 percent plunge, lifted by a report of an unexpected decline in U.S. commercial crude inventories and record Indian crude imports.\n \n
The Trump administration on Tuesday said that China has failed to alter its \"unfair\" practices at the heart of the U.S.-China trade conflict, adding to tensions ahead of a high-stakes meeting later this month between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.\n \n
Asian stocks slid on Wednesday as intensifying concerns about global economic growth gripped financial markets, sending Wall Street shares and crude oil prices tumbling and driving the safe haven dollar up from a two-week low.\n \n
Tencent Music Entertainment (TME) – China’s answer to Spotify – is facing crunch time on its hotly anticipated U.S. $2 billion mega IPO this year.\n \n
Singapore authorities are investigating Noble Group Ltd for suspected false and misleading statements, just days before the Singapore-listed company was to complete its $3.5 billion debt restructuring deal to prevent its collapse.\n \n
Japan believes it is important for Nissan Motor Co , Renault and Mitsubishi Motors Corp to maintain a stable alliance, its top government spokesman said on Wednesday.\n \n
French carmaker Renault tapped its chief operating officer and a senior board member to fill in for embattled boss Carlos Ghosn, after an investigation by alliance partner Nissan led to his arrest on suspicion of financial misconduct.\n \n
U.S. space agency NASA said on Tuesday it would review the workplace safety culture at SpaceX and Boeing Co, as the two companies gear up to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.\n \n
Investors who bought insurance meant to mitigate losses from Sears Holdings Corp\'s bankruptcy proceedings are claiming that a hedge fund that sold the insurance is improperly influencing market proceedings, according to a letter seen by Reuters.\n \n

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