Articles by Geetha Pillai
European indices open lower as investors prefer to remain on the sidelines .
Stock markets open positive in a holiday-thinned trade in Asia.
India plans to open up banking sector to corporates for wider inclusion of people.
Markets subdued on lack of major economic drivers and public holiday in much of Asia.
China is one of the biggest bilateral trading partners for several countries in Asia and Africa.
Most of the Asian markets remain closed for Lunar New Year holidays.
Venezuela devalues its currency for the fifth time in a decade, boosting oil revenue and inflation.
Eric Schmidt will be unwinding 3.2 million shares of Class A common stock.
Nissan's third quarter sales slump more than 30 percent in China because of territorial disputes between the countries.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron joins talks to trim seven-year spending plans to €960bn.
TUI Travel reports strong growth in holiday travel demands from the UK and Nordic countries.
Irish government rushes through emergency legislation to liquidate bank.
Ryanair's bid for Aer Lingus is subject to approval by the European Commission.
Disney plans to exit ESPN operation in the UK as it failed to retain key sports contracts.
NIESR cites poor prospects for the eurozone and slower growth in domestic economy are reasons for the gloomy outlook.
JAL expects robust travel demand in premium routes will help offset the losses due to 787 grounding.
Visa is accused of preventing customers of using currency of their choice while making transactions in Australia.
Samsung's chairman faces accusations of hiding the family fortune from his siblings and other relatives.
The Philippines posts better-than-expected annual growth helped by strong domestic demand and government spending.
BSkyB adds 88,000 net new customers in the three months through December.