Articles by Geetha Pillai
The OFT investigates whether or not any competition law has been infringed by the actions of GSK.
Cypriot central bank has earlier denied reports of gold sale.
Huge gold and crude oil imports are the major factors for India's widening current account deficit.
Japan's stimulus measures is beneficial for the region in the short term, feels the World Bank.
Cyprus bailout concerns contribute to the continued weakness of gold as precious metal dips below $1,400 for the first time since March 2011.
India's economic growth is yet to pick up despite the recent policy reforms initiated by the government.
ADB sees political disputes and policy issues as dampeners for growth in developing Asian economies.
Novartis' Glivec contains known substance and lacks genuine inventions, rules court.
Capital controls to continue for longer belying earlier expectations.
European markets open higher ahead of eurozone fourth-quarter GDP data and ECB meeting.
Asian markets cheer US data as Japan and Australia indices reach fresh multi-year highs.
The G20 summit stops short of criticising Japanese monetary policy, reveals a leaked draft communique.
Japan's tsunami-devastated port city receives gold gifts which the media are calling a 'goodwill gold rush'.
European markets remain cautious as issue of currency manipulation is expected to dominate G20 meeting in Moscow.
Asian markets shrug off the week's gains on disappointing corporate earnings and eurozone data.
German and French economies contract 0.6% and 0.3% respectively in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Nikkei extends gains as Bank of Japan keeps asset purchasing and interest rates unchanged.
European markets remain cautious as investors look for eurozone industrial output and US retail figures.
CBI expects weak economic conditions abroad to restrict the UK's business investments and exports.
Japanese investors turn to profit-taking as yen strengthens against its major peers.