Soon, the Emirates are expected to complete a deal with General Atomics for a fleet of Predator drones to run spying missions. The NYT reports.» Read More
Australian police locked down the center of Sydney after an armed man took hostages, igniting fears of a jihadist attack.
Indonesia's currency tumbled to its lowest levels since the Asian Financial Crisis in the late 1990s, despite a lack of crisis-like signals.
Australia's government forecast its budget deficit would balloon to A$40.4 bil due to falling prices for key resource exports and slow wage growth.
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The HK police had stumbled into a Chinese internal security operation aimed at spying on pro-democracy figures in Hong Kong, according to sources.
Muslims account for over 20 percent of the global population but despite their growing spending power, businesses are failing to tap into one key aspect of the Islamic economy: fashion.
Sentiment among Japan's big manufacturers worsened in the fourth quarter, the Bank of Japan's Tankan survey showed on Monday, underscoring pessimism about the Japanese economy.
European markets may be signaling that recessionary and stagnant economies have set the stage for unsettling political developments throughout the monetary union.
After a slump in global stocks last week, data from Japan and China will likely top traders' watchlist this week as they seek more cues on the state of the global economy.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand on Monday announced changes in the way it calculates the domestic currency's trade-weighted value.
Shinzo Abe won his snap election on Sunday and his ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and coalition partner maintained a supermajority, according to media exit polls
China's brokerages are on a hiring spree to capitalize on booming local stock markets and a surge in new clients and trading activity.
Falling oil prices could help Indian Finance Minister reap a fiscal windfall of at least $12 billion when he presents his 2015/16 budget in February.
China's banks and insurers have more actively sought overseas assets in 2014, hinting at a new confidence to look abroad. The Financial Times Reports.
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The hackers who perpetrated a cyberattack on Sony have stolen an early script of the upcoming James Bond film, a report said.
PetSmart agreed to sell itself to a private equity consortium for $8.7 billion, in the largest leveraged buyout of the year.
China's economic growth could slow to 7.1 percent in 2015 from an expected 7.4 percent this year, held back by a sagging property sector, the central bank said in research report.
Greece is bankrupt and should default, well-known investor Marc Faber told CNBC Friday, arguing that a "geopolitical game of chess" was being played.
The EU has a history of going after big American tech firms.
Bloomberg's trading terminal experienced a prolonged outage on Friday morning, resulting in a treasury auction in the U.K. being postponed.
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Oil prices rose as the framework Iran deal offers little chance for a increase in oil exports, but charts suggest it's too early to expect any price rise.
The Shanghai Composite has rallied sharply this year, outperforming its regional peers in the first quarter, and charts suggest further upside is likely.
Silver rallied to a one-month high at the end of last week, but charts suggest that a sustainable trend is unlikely to develop.