Editor's note: This feature will not be published Jan. 1, 2018. The next feature will be published Jan. 2, 2018.
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China to 'standardize' market access for foreign lenders: regulator - Reuters
China's leaders fret over debts lurking in shadow banking system - Reuters
China's central bank skips open market operations for 5th trading day - Xinhua News Agency
More companies raise funds from A-share market - China Daily
BOJ panel entertains rate hike before 2% inflation target achieved - Kyodo News
BOK to keep expansionary monetary policy in 2018 - Yonhap News Agency
Financial regulator warns of bitcoin bubble - Yonhap News Agency
Bank Indonesia Aims to Further Relax a Reserve Requirement Rule - Jakarta Globe
Banks still struggling to settle bad debts - VietNamNet
PSEi closes at new all-time high, peso strongest in 6 months - The Philippine Star
BSP takes action to address misprinted P100 bills in circulation - Philippine Daily Inquirer
Bank of Baroda to acquire 51% stake in two JVs from UniCredit - Mint
Govt to push ahead with banking reforms in new year - Mint
Indian Overseas Bank to sell Rs600 crore worth exposure in Bhushan Steel - Mint
Sebi puts 10% cross-shareholding cap in mutual funds - Press Trust of India
Kotak investment banking unit sees India share sales top 2017 record - Mint
Banks imposing unreasonable fee for breach of minimum balance: IIT prof - Press Trust of India
RBL Bank to go stronger on fintech partnerships - The Economic Times
Banking royal commission to examine 'limited' compensation scheme of last resort for bad advice - The Australian Financial Review
Branch closures leave banks out on a limb - The Australian
Partnership puts card control in Chinese consumers' hands - ATM Marketplace
The Daily Dose Asia-Pacific "Headlines" edition aggregates banking, financial services and insurance headlines from the websites of a limited number of major Asian and Australian publication titles and newswires, with an editorial deadline of 6 a.m. Hong Kong time. Language translations to English are provided by an automated service and may not be entirely accurate.