China's Final Manufacturing PMI Edges Up In September Aided By Strong Exports, But Reading Falls Short Of Flash Estimate
Output in China's manufacturing sector improved and foreign demand increased for the first time in six months, in September.
A recent NASA video shows how Earth’s climate will change through 2099.
Chinese police rescue 92 children and detains more than 300 suspects in a crackdown on a massive child trafficking gang.
The all-cash deal for payment service company Braintree could give PayPal an edge over its rivals in a growing sector.
US Stock Futures Point To Lower Open Ahead Of Consumer Sentiment Index, Spending And Income Trends Report
A report on consumption and spending trends will be watched for an understanding of the nation's economic health.
Google's 15th Birthday Gift To Itself: Hummingbird Search Engine Allows Better Voice Searches [PHOTOS]
Google quietly introduces Hummingbird, a new search-engine algorithm developed largely in response to the rise in voice searches from mobile devices.
The Japanese auto maker recalled five models for a flaw in a sensor, which could stall the engine.
US Stock Futures Point To Lower Open Ahead Of GDP Data, Jobless Claims, Concerns Over Possible Government Shutdown
Economic data including GDP, jobless claims and home sales data are coming up while the debt ceiling question continues to dent sentiment.
Vietnam's low-cost carrier VietJet will acquire upto 100 single-aisle A320 jets from Airbus.
BlackBerry Cancels Friday's Second Quarter Results Conference Call, Webcast Pending Fairfax Buyout Deal
Instead, the ailing Canadian phone maker will simply announce Q2 earnings, citing a tentative acquisition deal with Fairfax.
U.S. Stocks Could Open Flat Ahead Of Durable Goods Orders, New Home Sales Data and Concerns Over Debt Ceiling Limit, Possible Government Shutdown
Amid debt ceiling talks, investors are also eyeing the U.S./Iran rapprochement, which could lower oil prices substantially.
German consumers were more confident as improving economic conditions and low interest rates encouraged spending.
Freddie Mac Failed To Pursue Defaulters For Recovery of Up To $4.6B In Shortfalls In Foreclosed Mortgage Properties
Freddie Mac by failing to pursue thousands of foreclosed mortgages lost the opportunity to recover $4.6 billion in shortfalls.
German Ifo Business Climate Index Nudges Up Showing SIgns of Sustained Growth, But Falls Short Of Expectations In September
Businesses in Germany continued to be optimistic about the economic climate in Europe's largest economy for the fifth-straight month.
Investors remain in a wait-and-see mode until there's further hard evidence regarding the Fed's stance on stimulus as autumn begins.
The euro and the dollar are affected as central banks in the U.S. and the euro zone stuck to a dovish stance.
Indian generic drugmaker Ranbaxy faces scrutiny from more regulators after the U.S. FDA imposed an import ban on its Indian plant.
Investors have one eye on the week's economic data, and the other on the U.S. budget/debt ceiling spat in Washington.
Singapore Announces New Recruitment FrameWork; Places Tougher Rules On Hiring Foreigners For Skilled Jobs
Singapore, which had an unemployment rate of under 2 percent in 2012, tightened foreign recruitment rules for the fourth time this year.
China’s Flash Manufacturing PMI For September Rises To 6-Month High Aided By Strong Domestic, Foreign Demand
China's economy expanded at a better-than-expected rate in September, providing further evidence of a stabilizing economy.
The international watchdog organization said it is examining the chemical weapon program details submitted by Syria.
The Indian government will build world’s largest power plant, which will generate 4,000 MW of power, in Rajasthan.
Investors to weigh their options following a rally fueled by the U.S. Fed's unexpected decision to delay tightening monetary policy.
The Tata group has also joined hands with Malaysia's AirAsia to launch a discount airline in India.
Analysts had expected retail sales to rise by 0.4% in August.
Sen. John McCain, in an opinion piece on Russia's Pravda.ru website, said Russians deserve a better leader than Vladimir Putin.
U.S. Stock Futures Point To Higher Open Reflecting Upbeat Investor Sentiment After US Fed’s 'No Taper' Decision
Stocks may rally for a second day Thursday, as investors continue to cheer the Fed’s decision to postpone decreasing stimulus.
Buoyant Asian markets celebrated the U.S. Federal Reserve’s decision to postpone trimming its stimulus program.
BoE Monetary Policy Committee Members Unanimous In Keeping Interest Rate, QE Steady; Unemployment Threshold Not A 'Trigger'
Members unanimously kept the interest rate and asset-buying steady, noting that the jobless rate was not a "trigger" for policy decisions.
U.S. Stocks Could Open Higher Ahead Of FOMC's Decision On Monetary Stimulus, Bernanke News Conference
The Fed’s decision about its bond-buying program and clues to future monetary policy will be front and center for investors.