Investors are not buying the baht, which suffered also from the Fed’s decision to wind down its bond-buying program in January.
Workers were allegedly misled into believing that the fire alarm went off as part of a routine fire drill.
Protesters ransacked a Domino’s Pizza outlet in a Mumbai suburb on Friday demanding a ban on U.S. goods.
The investment bank announced the sale of oil trading business to Russia’s state-run Rosneft.
Protesters say that high-paid tech industry workers are displacing low-income residents in the city.
The former oil tycoon and Putin’s foe, who was convicted on charges of tax evasion and embezzlement, received a presidential pardon.
Analysts say economic growth could worsen existing imbalances in the economy as CAD increased three-fold over the previous number.
The deal involves the creation of a $75 billion common European fund to tackle ailing banks while avoiding expensive, taxpayer-funded bailouts.
Omidyar pledges $50 million for a media company that will have a digital arm and a journalism arm.
“The message is very clear. NSA, you’ve gone too far,” Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy said after the report’s release.
The U.S. attorney in Manhattan criticized India for focusing solely on the official’s arrest and not on the underpaid victim's plight.
A report about an imminent deal shows that the two partners are betting differently on the market for diabetes drugs.
The move, which was delayed for almost five decades, comes soon after the ruling Congress party suffered a major blow in state elections.
The Bank of England said short-term interest rates in the U.K., U.S. and euro zone have diverged more than earlier in the year.
India withdrew special privileges to U.S. diplomatic officials in India, while politicians snubbed visiting U.S. delegations.
The men, all of them Indians barring one Bangladeshi national, are implicated in the worst riot in the city-state in 40 years.
The amount represents half of all global humanitarian aid the U.N. and its partners will require in 2014.
ZEW analysts expect economic development in Germany and the euro zone to improve further in 2014, while others urge caution.
The FDA has said risks associated with antibacterial soaps may outweigh their benefits and have unexpected hormonal side effects.
The session will focus on the economic impact of files leaked by Snowden on tech firms and address issues dogging the Obamacare website.
The measure marks changing attitudes in India toward religious practitioners and so-called holy men who draw a large number of followers.
Factory activity was fueled by rising exports, while low demand within the euro zone suppressed growth in the service sector.
Access to benefits for diseases including Parkinsonism, dementia and depression have been made easier under the new rules.
The non-binding motion is seen as a government recommendation and a sign of increasing opposition to the U.S. drone program.
Visa and MasterCard win an approval to resolve complaints over high swipe fees.
Complaint by a former domestic spurs arrest of Devyani Khobragade.
Heads of the nation's armed forces have agreed to meet with the protest leader who is insisting on an unelected government.
Robert Levinson’s disappearance prompted a major internal investigation within the agency, which reportedly also paid off his family.
Boeing said its “best and final” offer to build key parts of its new jet in the Puget Sound region was rejected by the main workers’ union.
A drop in fuel prices, among other factors, exerted downward inflationary pressure in both France and Italy.