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Monday's headlines, Financials edition

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China-Singaporeprogram raises funds through int'l bond market – Xinhua News Agency
Singaporemoney-laundering probe targets banksShanghaiDaily
DeutscheBank targets Asia to drive growthTheAustralian
Philippinescontinues to seek ratification of AIIB participationThe Philippine Star
PayPalcoming to Bangladesh finallyTheFinancial Express

GREATER CHINA

Fiscalrevenue grows 1.7% to US$233b – Xinhua News Agency
Economyexpected to fare well in 2nd halfChinaDaily
Risein new yuan loans beats estimates – Xinhua News Agency
Morethan half of mainland brokerages downgraded by CSRCSouth China Morning Post
BOComup on possible IPO for HK subsidiaryShanghaiDaily
HongKong banks can benefit from fintech collaborationsSouth China Morning Post
Regulationchange to affect banks, insurersTaipeiTimes
ATMheist not an inside job: First Commercial BankTaipei Times

JAPAN AND KOREA

Japan'slow inflation helping tame primary deficitThe Nikkei
Adecade apart, BOJ chiefs confront exit dilemmaThe Nikkei
Osakabourse revamping derivatives tradingTheNikkei
Japanto give banks more freedom in setting hoursThe Nikkei
Mega-sizedIB nurturing plan faces questionsTheKorea Times
S.Korea's foreign currency deposits grow in June – Yonhap News Agency
Credit cardfirms ordered to pay fines for consumer data leak – Yonhap News Agency
KEBHana teams up with Samsung ElectronicsThe Korea Times
Stocks set formodest gains this week: analysts – Yonhap News Agency

ASEAN

Wideacceptance of PromptPay key to making country cashless societyThe Nation
Krungsriplans subsidiary for start-up, fintech investmentThe Nation
Interestrate cut can calm market, says minister JohariThe Malay Mail 
CIMBGroup cuts interest rate by 20bpsTheStar
BSPtightens watch over forex, remittance operationsThe Philippine Star
IMFbacks reforms in dirty money, bank secrecy lawsThe Philippine Star
NHMFCeyes first Islamic housing financeThePhilippine Star
KoreaExchange Bank changes nameThePhilippine Star

SOUTH ASIA

Bankscan't get 'blanket relief' from CBI, CVC actions: Raghuram Rajan – PressTrust of India
FinanceMinistry to soon clear 1st tranche of capital infusion in PSBs – PressTrust of India
Bankunion threatens to disclose names of 7,000 defaulters –Press Trust of India
HDFCmasala bonds issue to pave way for others: Nomura – Press Trust of India
RBIgovernor debunks criticism on his inflation-versus-growth stance – PressTrust of India
RBIneeds transparent forex policy, says SubbaraoBusiness Standard
RBIallows foreign players to hike stake in Axis, IDFC Bank – Press Trust ofIndia
AxisBank inaugurates all women branch in KolkataThe Hindu
Punjab& Sind Bank pays Rs 53 crore dividend to govt – Press Trust of India
Insurersuse analytics to detect fraud, cross-sell productsBusiness Standard

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

'Investingin the major banks is set to change profoundly': CitiThe Australian Financial Review
U.K.'sMay Keen on Australian Trade Deal Soonest After Brexit – Bloomberg News
Depositcompetition heating up, says ANZ exec Fred Ohlsson? – The Sydney Morning Herald
Crackdownon loan guarantors as property boom subsidesThe Australian
FintechKyckr scales back raisingTheAustralian

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.