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Asia shares, US stock futures hit as China's export slump jolts investors
Asian shares and U.S. stock futures skidded on Monday after a shock contraction in Chinese exports pointed to deepening cracks in the world's second-biggest economy and raised fears of a sharper slowdown in global growth and corporate profits.
Sharapova pans male players for fighting women's equality
Five-times Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova has offered a dim view of male players' support for gender equality in tennis, saying Briton Andy Murray has been one of the few "exceptions" championing the cause.
Boulter wins deciding set shootout after premature celebration
Katie Boulter became the first player to win a main draw match at the Australian Open under a revamped scoring system on Monday but not before losing her way during the new-look deciding set shootout.
Cambodian PM warns of 'dead' opposition if EU withdraws preferences
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday threatened to retaliate against the opposition if the European Union withdraws duty-free trading access over human rights concerns.
Automakers in China brace for another bumpy ride after tough 2018
Car makers in China are bracing for zero to tepid growth in sales this year, after a tough 2018 when the world's top auto market probably contracted for the first time in about two decades, as slowing economic growth drags on demand.
Indonesian officials say crashed Lion Air jet's cockpit voice recorder found
Indonesia has found the cockpit voice recorder from a Lion Air plane more than two months after the Boeing Co 737 MAX jet crashed into the sea near Jakarta, killing all 189 people on board, search officials said on Monday.
Seamless Nadal drubs Australian Duckworth in Melbourne opener
Former champion Rafa Nadal showed no signs of discomfort from his thigh strain as he sailed through to the second round of the Australian Open with a 6-4 6-3 7-5 win over local hope James Duckworth on Monday.
China's exports shrink most in 2 years, raising risks for global economy
China's exports unexpectedly fell the most in two years in December and imports also contracted, pointing to further weakness in the world's second-largest economy in 2019 and deteriorating global demand.
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares, US stock futures slide as China's exports slump jolts investors
Asian shares and U.S. stock futures skidded on Monday after a shock contraction in Chinese exports pointed to deepening cracks in the world's second-biggest economy and raised fears of a sharper slowdown in global growth and corporate profits.
Asia shares, U.S. stock futures slide as China's exports slump jolts investors
Asian shares and U.S. stock futures skidded on Monday after a shock contraction in Chinese exports pointed to deepening cracks in the world's second-biggest economy and raised fears of a sharper slowdown in global growth and corporate profits.