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Friday's headlines, Financials edition

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Friday's headlines, Financials edition

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Chinastarts to release forex reserves in Special Drawing Rights - Xinhua NewsAgency
Antitrustwatchdog widens FX rigging probe - TheKorea Herald
LeongWai Ho leaves Barclays for hedge fund - TheBusiness Times
Macquarieoffers help in M&A talks with Philippine insurers - The Philippine Star


China'sforex reserves end falling streak - Xinhua News Agency
Banksface bitter medicine as bad debts rise - Shanghai Daily
HSBC'sGulliver Says Bad Loans Will Remain a Challenge for China - Bloomberg News
Assetquality remains major issue for China banks: Fitch - Xinhua News Agency
Chinafinancial risks under control: Bloomberg economists - Xinhua News Agency

JAPAN AND KOREA                                                                       

BOJKeeps Rosy View of Regional Japan, Warns On Capex Outlook - Reuters
JapanIs Fast Approaching the Quantitative Limits of Quantitative Easing -Bloomberg News
FinancialServices Commission to Announce Plan to Nurture Super-sized Investment Banks- The Korea Economic Daily
Mergerof Allianz and Tongyang to Create 5th Largest Life Insurer Overnight - The Korea Economic Daily


Broker'stake: DBS keeps 'buy' on OCBC following acquisition of Barclays' wealth unit- The Business Times
1MDBboard offers to resign after Malaysia inquiry calls for probe of fund's topmanagers - The Wall Street Journal
BankNegara reserves at RM381.6b as at March 31 - Bernama
Thriftbanks' bad loans expand at end-January - BusinessWorld


Specialcourt raps CBI; orders defreezing of two accounts - The Hindu Business Line
BanksBoard Bureau to discuss capital, consolidation today - Business Standard
LICclocks Rs 11k-cr profit through equity investments in FY16 - The Times of India
Roomfor another 25bps easing by Sept: Citigroup - The Times of India
SBI,ICICI Bank cut home loan rates - Press Trust of India


Conductrisk rising for Australian banks says Fitch - The Sydney Morning Herald
Australianbanks' funding mix under the spotlight again - The Australian Financial Review
BoQhikes mortgage rates as profit rises 11pc - The Australian
Banksbrace for Whyalla shock - BusinessSpectator

The Daily Dose Asia-Pacific"Headlines" edition aggregates banking, financial services andinsurance headlines from the websites of a limited number of major Asian andAustralian publication titles and newswires, with an editorial deadline of 6a.m. Hong Kong time. Language translations to English are provided by anautomated service and may not be entirely accurate.