New Delhi, Oct 15
'Good moment' to re-energise talks, says Confederation of British Industry chief Michael Rake »
New York, Sept 26
The G4 group of nations — India, Brazil, Germany and Japan — have voiced concern that discussions to reform the UN Security Council are still at a “stalemate,” underscoring that the process should...
Tokyo, Sept 24
US air strikes in Syria left Asian stock markets jaded on Wednesday, setting the stage for another soft session for European shares.
The dollar was kept in check after US yields fell on g...
Washington, Sept 20
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina would attend a meeting next week on UN peacekeeping convened by US Vice-President Joe Biden, the White House has...
Sydney, Sept 12
The US dollar was riding high in Asia on Friday as unceasing speculation about the prospects for rising US interest rates undermined commodity prices and spurred investors to unwind leveraged trad...
Tokyo, Sept 10
Asian shares tumbled on Wednesday as markets wagered the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates earlier than expected, sending US bond yields higher and keeping the dollar well bid near 14-mon...
Tokyo, Sept 8
Sterling declined on Monday and British shares look set to underperform their peers in Europe after a poll found rising support for Scottish independence.
European shares are expected to...
London, Sept 1
Euro zone manufacturing growth slowed slightly more than initially thought last month as new orders dwindled and factories suffered amid rising tensions in Ukraine, a business survey showed on Mon...
Tokyo, Oct 16
Asian shares were off session lows but still nursed losses amid a sell-off in global equities on Thursday, as heightened concerns about world economic growth sent US Treasury yields down and Japan...
Washington, Oct 10
The US has dismissed Chinese resentment over India and America expressing concern on the South China Sea dispute during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Washington, and described New Delhi...
GENEVA, Sept 25
At least 2,917 people have died of Ebola out of 6,263 cases in the five West African countries affected by the disease, the World Health Organization said on Thursday.
The WHO said it sti...
New Delhi, Sept 23
India’s steel production growth rate far outstripped the world's average in August clocking a 5.2 per cent jump at 7.02 million tonnes. According to the World Steel Association, global p...
Paris, Sept 17
European stocks were set to rise on Wednesday, bouncing back from two-week lows and tracking a rally on Wall Street spurred by a report which shifted investor expectations for the Federal Reserve’...
London, Sept 10
European shares were set to fall for a fourth straight day on Wednesday, taking their cue from falls in US and Asian shares overnight, as the prospect of a tightening in US monetary conditions unn...
London, Sept 8
Britain’s top share index slipped further away from a 14-1/2 year high on Monday, with the first opinion poll lead for supporters of Scottish independence raising political uncertainty and hurting...
Geneva/New Delhi, Sept 3
Weighed down by challenging economic conditions for most part of last year, India has slipped to 71st position — the lowest among BRICS countries — in an annual global competitiveness list, where...
New Delhi, Aug 24
India’s exports to the 10-nation ASEAN bloc is expected to reach $280 billion in the next 10 years, says a Standard Chartered research report.
According to the global financial services m...