China's Imports Slump, Capping Dismal January Trade Performance
February 08 2015 6:44 AM EST
The country's exports fell 3.3 percent from year-ago levels while imports tumbled 19.9 percent, highlighting deepening weakness in its economy.
Buying Into The 'China Dream' (House Sold Separately)
February 07 2015 9:30 AM EST
When it comes to finding a place to call home, much of China’s millennial population can't get close to the so-called China Dream.
Russian Media Outlets Suffer Major Downturn
February 06 2015 7:32 PM EST
Due in part to a struggling economy, one-fifth of the outlets operating in Russia could shut their doors by this time next year.
Saudi Authorities Ease Restrictions On Migrant Workers
February 04 2015 12:21 PM EST
After seven years, Saudi Arabia's ban on blue-collar immigration from Bangladesh is coming to an end.
China Cuts Bank Reserve Requirement To Spur Growth
February 04 2015 7:23 AM EST
The reserve requirement ratio, or RRR, would be lowered by 50 basis points, the People's Bank of China (PBOC) said in a statement.
Ebola Aid Arrived Too Late
February 03 2015 6:32 PM EST
The bulk of the crisis was over by the time aid hit the areas most affected by the Ebola outbreak.
Africa, The Final Mobile Frontier
February 03 2015 12:54 PM EST
As one of the world's fastest-growing smartphone markets, Africa is seeing a rise in demand for gray-market smartphones.
India's Central Bank Holds Rates, Says Tracking Inflation And Fiscal Action
February 03 2015 2:09 AM EST
The RBI also announced a slew of initiatives to develop markets.
Australia's RBA Cuts Rates To Record Low, Market Hankers For More
February 03 2015 2:01 AM EST
Markets had been leaning toward a cut this week, though only 9 of 29 analysts in a Reuters poll had tipped a move.
Former Head Of India's Unique ID Project Predicts Big Future
February 02 2015 5:04 AM EST
India's experiment to bring social benefits to a billion people with a unique ID is moving fast, according to Nandan Nilekani.
China's Factories Continue To Slow, Data Suggest
February 01 2015 11:37 PM EST
The dour data mirrored two official reports released by the government on Sunday.
Fed's 'Solid' Growth View In Play, With Greek Drama In The Wings
February 01 2015 8:16 AM EST
The Federal Reserve last week lifted its assessment of the U.S. expansion to “solid” from “moderate.”
Slowing Inflation Keeps Bank Of Japan Under Pressure
January 30 2015 12:33 AM EST
But factory output rose 1.0 percent in December helped by a much-awaited rebound in exports.
India Will Not Pursue Tax Case Against Vodafone
January 28 2015 11:32 AM EST
In what could be a positive signal to attract foreign investors, India says it will not pursue a tax-liability case against Vodafone.
U.S. Apple Growers To Expand Sales In China
January 27 2015 1:51 PM EST
U.S. apple growers may now sell all varieties of apples to China after a bumper crop season.
10M New Jobs For China In 2015
January 27 2015 4:58 AM EST
China’s leaders worry a rapidly cooling economy could lead to unemployment and social instability.
Ruble Falls As Russia Downgraded To Junk By S&P
January 26 2015 9:50 PM EST
Many bond funds will have to sell Russia’s sovereign debt as it falls below investment grade.
India's PM Will Monitor US Investments Into India
January 26 2015 10:40 AM EST
Even as he promises to make doing business in India easier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi says he'll monitor all major investment proposals.
Japan Exports Grow Most In Year, Signaling Steady Recovery From Recession
January 26 2015 1:02 AM EST
The recovery in exports could be a source of comfort for Shinzo Abe who is battling to re-kindle growth.
Edifice Complex? China Leads The World In Building Skyscrapers
January 24 2015 8:40 AM EST
China's economy may have slowed in 2014, but skyscraper construction projects continued to raise the nation's skyline and global profile.