Exit Polls Predict Big Win For Japan's Ruling Party
December 14 2014 12:16 AM EST
Reports suggest Abe's coalition government will be returned to power, albeit in an election with low voter turnout.
China Economic Growth May Slow To 7.1 Percent
December 13 2014 11:06 PM EST
The central bank report warned the Federal Reserve's expected move to raise interest rates could hit emerging-market economies.
Move Over, Russian Tycoons
December 12 2014 8:34 AM EST
From London to Sydney, the Chinese are becoming the most sought-after luxury property investors. And the numbers are staggering.
China Data Show Further Weakness, More Stimulus Expected
December 12 2014 3:58 AM EST
A surprise interest rate cut by China last month signaled growing concern of a sharper slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.
Ukrainian President Slams India Over Crimean Leader Visit
December 12 2014 12:05 AM EST
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said India was placing more importance on "money" than "values" by welcoming Crimean leader.
Russia Is India's 'Most Important Defense Partner:' Modi
December 11 2014 6:09 AM EST
In a flip-flop of geopolitical ties in the region of late, Russia has grown friendlier with Pakistan while the U.S. has warmed up to India.
China Tells Banks To Step Up Lending To Lift Flagging Growth
December 11 2014 1:48 AM EST
Bank lending is a crucial part of China's monetary policy as the government tells commercial banks how much to lend and when to lend each year.
Foxconn Eying Closed India Nokia Plant: Report
December 10 2014 11:53 AM EST
China’s largest private employer, FoxConn, could buy an Indian facility that was once the world’s biggest mobile phone factory.
Australia Pledge Helps UN Green Climate Fund Hit $10B Goal
December 10 2014 7:40 AM EST
Australia had previously said that it would continue to aid vulnerable countries in the Pacific region, rather than donate to the fund.
Former Top Planning Official Jailed For Life In China Over Graft
December 10 2014 6:51 AM EST
Prosecutors had charged Liu Tienan and his son with taking 35.6 million yuan ($5.74 million) in bribes in dealings with various companies.
Luxury Retailers Quietly Outperform Mid-Tier Stores
December 09 2014 3:23 PM EST
The U.S. luxury sector is quietly booming as wealthy shoppers cash in on stock market highs.
What Can Putin's Visit To India Achieve?
December 09 2014 5:42 AM EST
Russian President Vladimir Putin visits New Delhi amid his country's growing closeness with Pakistan, which has irked India.
WTO Reverses Much Of Ruling In Indian Challenge To US Steel Duties
December 09 2014 1:09 AM EST
The ruling was one of the most complicated appeals decisions ever handled by the 19-year-old trade watchdog.
Why Abenomics Isn't Working
December 08 2014 8:06 PM EST
Abenomics, a three-pronged effort to expand Japan’s economy through monetary, fiscal and structural policies, hasn't been effective.
Why Foreign Automakers Aren't Worried About China’s Auto Sales Slowdown
December 08 2014 12:49 PM EST
China, the world's largest, fastest-growing car market, is cooling a lot. Here's why foreign automakers remain bullish on long-term growth.
JPMorgan Shares Jump After CEO Declares 'No Evidence Of Cancer'
December 05 2014 12:16 PM EST
Shares of JPMorgan jumped more than 2 percent after CEO Jamie Dimon said his doctors found “no evidence of cancer” in his body.
India May Fail To Meet Its Disinvestment Target, Again
December 05 2014 2:02 AM EST
On Friday, India kicks off a fresh effort at selling the government's stakes in companies across sectors.
India To Ease Norms For US Firms
December 03 2014 2:58 AM EST
India has formed a ministerial panel to identify bottlenecks faced by US investors in doing business in India.
China’s Shadow Banks Could Make Real Estate Slump Worse
December 02 2014 12:13 PM EST
Chinese banks are underestimating their exposure by keeping about $200B in property lending off the books, Standard & Poor’s says.
The Good And The Bad Of Plunging Oil Prices
December 02 2014 9:17 AM EST
Lower crude oil prices are good for U.S. consumers and bad for oil services firms as well as some oil-producing nations.