From Politics & Policy 2:49 am
Right smack under the broad afternoon Wednesday daylight, as two crazed men wielded terror and attacked and decapitated a UK soldier in Woolwich, David Cameron's country proved yet its bravery when a 48-year old mother walked right into the crime scene and talked with the emotionally charged madmen. Right then and there, it was a face-off between terror and bravery at its finest hour.
From Politics & Policy 2:37 am
Stocks ended Wednesday broadly lower after a rollercoaster day of trading, as investors sorted through mixed signals from the Federal Reserve on the outlook for monetary policy.
From Politics & Policy 1:58 am
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar dropped to a one-year low following some positive comments on the US economy by the head of the Federal Reserve.
From Economy 1:18 am
Japan's exports sadden as they increased less than expected in April while the country's trade deficit expanded significantly in the month. The Japan's economy has a long way ahead to finally revive, but it seems that the weaker yen has not started bearing fruits yet.
From Economy 1:07 am
America’s Lost Reputation & South Asia’s Shift towards China: Dan Steinbock
From Economy 1:04 am
All the action continues to be in the precious metals markets. Overnight, gold surged more than US$50 from its low just under US$1,340. It was on its way to testing the April low of around US$1,320. When it became clear those lows wouldn't be breached, it sparked a short covering rally.
From Economy 12:29 am
Now's not the time to buy, but it's certainly a time to do your research and work out who will continue to perform well in a more subdued spending environment. The question is though, just how subdued will the spending environment become as the China rebalancing story plays out over the ne...
From Economy 12:28 am
A Steady State Economy is one that seeks to balance growth with environmental integrity by maintaining stable or mildly fluctuating levels in population and consumption of energy and materials. In our current global scenario - with population and demand for resources rising - what would it take to a...
From Economy May 22
IMF concludes UK visit by warning George Osborne: 'Slow growth could permanently damage medium-term growth prospects.'
From Economy May 22
Home Office minister dismisses fears of police cuts undermining fight as FSB report reveals £785bn cost to small firms.