The Bank of Japan was once at the centre of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's audacious reflationary drive, but with little to show for three years of massive stimulus it finds itself sidelined ahead of upper house election this weekend...
06 Jul 2016, 3.08 pm | Source: Reuters
Interior minister Theresa May opened up a strong lead on Tuesday in what is now a three-horse race to become Britain's next prime minister, but the first stage of voting was overshadowed by post-Brexit carnage for property investo...
06 Jul 2016, 3.06 pm | Source: Reuters
Japanese asset managers answered the Bank of Japan's call to set up exchange traded funds comprising companies who invest in their staff and facilities. But investors have not been attracted to the ETFs, even though the central ba...
06 Jul 2016, 3.05 pm | Source: Reuters
Britain should move quickly to keep investment flowing and preserve the City of London's dominance in financial services after last month's vote to leave the European Union, the head of London's financial district said on Wednesda...
06 Jul 2016, 3.03 pm | Source: Reuters
US President Barack Obama has thrown his weight behind Hillary Clinton as he likened the presidential race between the former secretary of state and real estate tycoon Donald Trump to a choice between "future and imaginary pas...
06 Jul 2016, 2.38 pm | Source: PTI
Google announced a deal to buy Moodstocks, a French startup behind technology that helps smartphones recognise whatever they are aimed at.
06 Jul 2016, 1.52 pm | Source: PTI
US President Barack Obama has thrown his weight behind Hillary Clinton as he likened the presidential race between the former Secretary of State and real estate tycoon Donald Trump to a choice between â€œfuture and imaginary pastâ...
06 Jul 2016, 11.58 am | Source: PTI
UK home secretary Theresa May won the first round as the Conservative party began voting today to choose a new party leader who will go on to succeed David Cameron as the British Prime Minister.
06 Jul 2016, 10.10 am | Source: PTI
FBI Director James Comey said his office is not recommending prosecutors bring charges against Hillary Clinton for her handling of classified information in connection to private email servers
05 Jul 2016, 10.05 pm | Source: CNBC
Days after UK voted in favour of leaving the European Union, the major architects of the Brexit movement have decided to step away from the thick of things.
05 Jul 2016, 8.50 pm | Source: Moneycontrol.com
US government bond yields, the benchmark for global borrowing costs, hit an all-time low on Tuesday and the yen jumped as weak Chinese data and Brexit worries triggered a fresh scramble for the safest and most liquid assets.
05 Jul 2016, 8.19 pm | Source: Reuters
China needs to take "extraordinary" measures to meet pollution control targets set in 2013 despite improved air quality in various cities including highly-polluted capital Beijing, authorities said on July 5
05 Jul 2016, 8.16 pm | Source: PTI
The number of victims of identity theft in the UK rose by 57 percent last year and social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have become a "hunting ground" for identity thieves, according to figures released on July 5...
05 Jul 2016, 7.24 pm | Source: PTI
NASA'S Juno spacecraft capped a five-year journey to Jupiter on July 4 with a do-or-die engine burn that looped it into orbit to probe the origins of the biggest planet in the solar system and how it impacted the rise of life on E...
05 Jul 2016, 5.31 pm | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Joseph Stiglitz, Former Chief Economist at World Bank and Professor at Columbia University, believes that Hillary Clinton would be the best US President not only for India but for the whole world.
05 Jul 2016, 3.32 pm | Source: CNBC-TV18
"There will be a period of uncertainty and adjustment following the result of the referendum. It will take time for the United Kingdom to establish new relationships with the European Union and the rest of the world. Some market a...
05 Jul 2016, 3.14 pm | Source: CNBC
The products to be recalled, which were made in Denmark, were produced between 1998 and 2016, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said in a statement.
05 Jul 2016, 2.58 pm | Source: PTI
The cost of electricity from large-scale solar installations now is comparable to and sometimes cheaper than natural gas-fired power, even without incentives aimed at promoting environmentally friendly power, according to industry...
05 Jul 2016, 2.23 pm | Source: Reuters
As America celebrated its Independence Day, mission controllers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) erupted in cheers when the USD 1.1 billion Juno spacecraft sent home the news of successfully executing a 35-minute engine b...
05 Jul 2016, 1.22 pm | Source: PTI
Bangladesh wants to use the low-interest loans to build at least six rail projects connecting its capital Dhaka with key domestic industrial areas and the Indian border.
05 Jul 2016, 12.34 pm | Source: PTI
The South Korean giant will disclose its estimates for second-quarter earnings on Thursday, with analysts predicting a strong mobile division contributed to a 13 percent jump in operating profit from the same period a year earlier...
05 Jul 2016, 9.39 am | Source: Reuters
Economists warn delayed investment decisions and a hit to jobs and consumption from Brexit will hurt exports from Asia's trade-reliant economies, which are already reeling from weak external demand, particularly from China.
05 Jul 2016, 8.38 am | Source: Reuters
The China Caixin services purchasing managers' index (PMI) climbed to 52.7 from 51.2 in May, marking the fastest increase in 11 months. Levels above 50 indicate expansion, while levels below signal contraction. Reuters reported th...
05 Jul 2016, 7.53 am | Source: CNBC
Three former Barclays traders have been found guilty by a London jury of conspiring to fraudulently manipulate global benchmark interest rates in a stark warning to junior bankers and a major victory for Britain's Serious Fraud O...
04 Jul 2016, 10.29 pm | Source: Reuters
A European Union exit could cut Britain's gross domestic product by anywhere between 1.5 and 4.5 percentage points by 2019, IMF chief Christine Lagarde said in an interview published in Le Monde newspaper on Monday.
04 Jul 2016, 10.29 pm | Source: Reuters
Speaking on Monday, Farage told reporters that he had "done his bit" and would stand down. He said he would continue to support the party and other independence movements in the European Union (EU).
04 Jul 2016, 3.44 pm | Source: CNBC
The SITA Airline IT Trends 2016 Survey on the world's top 200 airlines has inferred "that the cyber security in airlines is progressing".
04 Jul 2016, 3.32 pm | Source: PTI
London property has long been a magnet for foreign investors, be it extravagant homes or iconic commercial real estate, and prices in the capital have sky-rocketed.
04 Jul 2016, 12.01 pm | Source: Reuters
The world's largest social networking site announced that its own developers have built a multilingual composer. The tool enables users to compose a single post that will appear in multiple languages. Other users will see that pos...
04 Jul 2016, 10.50 am | Source: PTI
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said Friday that it was too soon to tell whether Britain's vote to leave the European Union had changed the US economic outlook.
04 Jul 2016, 9.18 am | Source: CNBC