Bourses mixed after better eurozone dataS&P 500 futures rebound but European stocks soft ›
Bourses slip after Wall Street dipMood is cautious despite better China manufacturing data ›
India eyes end to state coal monopolyMinistry publishes ordinance that could ease restrictions on private sector mining ›
Foreign direct investment: it’s not all good ›
Thai economy tsar with a year to deliverJunta-appointed finance minister faces a tricky 12 months before elections ›
Wall Street falters after strong startRising Treasury yields support dollar ›
China flexes its economic muscleTurning point highlights ongoing shift of global economic influence to the east ›
China starts its painful shift to the new normalKicking its debt addiction will be convulsive for Beijing and the world ›
Apple chief in China security talksCook meets officials after reports that hackers targeted iCloud users ›
SoftBank in $100m Indonesia start-up dealTokopedia stake is southeast Asian country’s biggest start-up investment to date ›
Big nations snub Beijing bank launchOnly 20 countries sign up for new institution after US lobbying ›
Marshall’s grand plan applies to UkraineThe west will have to co-operate to stop Putin and should do so now, writes Anders Aslund ›
African local bonds – an untapped opportunity? ›
Africa bond rally halts amid Ebola fearGhana defers planned sale of local currency debt ›
China’s outbound investment surgesTurning point highlights ongoing shift of global economic influence to the east ›
Stocks firm as growth fears dimBond yields and commodity prices rise ›
Of shares, fatwas and marriage adviceClerics have a relentless need to convey religious opinion upon every aspect of people’s lives ›
Cheaper oil a balm, not a cure, for TurkeyDependence on foreign capital could offset any benefits ›
Europe stocks ease as Wall Street bouncesSolid Japan export data buoy Nikkei and Hang Seng strengthens ›
Creeping financial regulation seen as threat to South Korea’s ambitions ›
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