Articles by Prasanth Aby Thomas
Japan's current account swings to surplus for the first time in four months as yen's weakness boosts economic outlook.
Asian stocks outside Japan retreat on weak economic data, Korean tensions and China bird flu fears.
Markets remain muted as investors await nonfarm payrolls data for further indications on US economic health.
Boeing expected to run a certification test on its embattled 787 jet with revamped battery system.
The Nikkei tops 13,000 mark for first time since 2008 on BoJ's aggressive monetary policy decisions.
European markets pick up as investors await policy decision from European Central Bank and Bank of England.
Asian markets weak after disappointing US economic data as investors await BoJ policy meet to conclude.
European markets trade lower as Italian political impasse continues and Verizon denies Vodafone take over speculation.
Australian trade deficit shrinks to 14-month low in February on improved earnings from resource exports.
Most Asian markets edge higher as investors await Bank of Japan's policy meet amid monetary easing optimism.
European markets trade mixed as investors consider the weak US data and Italian political developments.
The central bank's decision comes amid signs of economic improvement as earlier rate cuts began to bear fruit.
Asian stocks trade higher but investors remain cautious as weak US manufacturing data sparks recovery concerns.
Bank of Japan's quarterly Tankan survey index shows business sentiments at -8 in March, up from -12 in December.
China's official Purchasing Managers Index rises to its highest level in 11 months, but misses analysts' estimates.
Asian stocks trade lower as Bank of Japan's Tankan survey and China's official manufacturing PMI misses expectations.
The US District Judge dismisses antitrust claims while allowing some commodity manipulation claims to proceed.
Asian stocks advance in the week as US economic hopes helped investors to look past eurozone concerns.
The take-over brings Amazon closer to the reading community and helps to further strengthen its market presence.
Japan's industrial output falls 0.1 percent during the month while core CPI declines 0.3 percent year-on-year.