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Tata Steel pauses sale of UK assets on Brexit uncertainty, looks for partner

The firm said on Friday the June 23 referendum, when Britons voted to leave the European Union, and issues around the pension scheme had prompted a rethink.

Britain set for post-Brexit trade talks with India

Javid added that the government, which will soon be led by a new prime minister after the post-Brexit vote resignation of David Cameron, plans to have up to 300 specialist staff by the end of the year to aid in the new trade negotiations.

Hong Kong, Shanghai stocks open higher after sell-off

 Hong Kong stocks climbed more than one percent in the first few minutes of trade Friday.

Hong Kong, Shanghai stocks down at open

Shares fell in Hong Kong and Shanghai after the open on Thursday following the previous day`s gains. 

US Federal Reserve keeps interest rates unchanged

The US Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged on Wednesday.

LinkedIn mega-deal puts new focus on social media

After the mega-deal for LinkedIn, Twitter`s future has come into focus as the industry ponders the outlook for social networks.

Cote D'Ivoirie seeks India's investment in cocoa processing

Cote D'Ivoirie today sought investment from India's private sector particularly in cocoa processing to further strengthen its trade ties with India.

Dollar edges higher vs euro as central banks weigh policy

The dollar pushed higher on the euro and the yen was stronger.

Banks hit as Wall Street sinks amid Brexit worries

Wall Street tumbled a fourth straight day Tuesday as mounting worries over Britain`s coming Brexit vote hit especially shares of big banks.

Apple announces Swift Playgrounds for iPad

Apple at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco on Monday announced Swift Playgrounds for iPad.

Leaner Xbox One model plays for gamers

Microsoft on Monday unveiled a leaner Xbox One model and a lineup of coming games.

Microsoft shifts to social with huge LinkedIn deal

Microsoft on Monday shifted its focus to social networking with a massive $26.2 billion deal for professional social network LinkedIn.

US stocks fall for 3rd day as global selloff mounts

US stocks joined a global equities sell off Monday.

Oil producers fail to agree output freeze

The world`s top oil producers failed to reach agreement on capping output in Doha.

World leaders worried over Chinese economic situation

Finance ministers and governors from central banks of top countries have showed a rare anxiety on the implication of slowdown of the Chinese economy

Economic slump worries as IMF, World Bank pledge action

World finance ministers pledged to boost growth today at IMF and World Bank Spring Meetings tainted by lingering worries about the dragging global economy and hints of discord.

Tata Steel rolls out carpooling platform for employees

Private steel major Tata Steel has rolled out a secure carpooling platform for its employees.

India asks World Bank to increase dev fund to USD 100 bln

 India today asked the World Bank to increase its developmental fund to USD 100 billion a year from the existing USD 50-60 billion

India has created favourable investment climate: Jaitley to WB

India has created a favourable investment climate in all sectors which has resulted in a hefty increase in FDI in the last two year

IMF: Current Greece finance plans not realistic

The fiscal projections underpinning Greece`s proposals for moving ahead in its bailout program are not realistic.

US to help India increase financing options for infrastructure

The US has said it will support India's endeavour to find ways to fund its massive drive for building modern infrastructure and to create more jobs.

Panama agrees to adopt global tax reporting standards - OECD head

Panama has decided to adopt international tax reporting standards.

Financial shares mint fifth day of gains; indexes close flat

Wall Street was little changed on Thursday after two days of solid gains as investors digested the latest round of big bank earnings and financial shares kept bouncing back.

7.5 percent growth not enough for India's requirement: Arun Jaitley

India's current growth rate of 7.5 per cent is not enough as per its own requirement standard, Arun Jaitley has said.

'No evidence' to take action against Panama Papers law firm: prosecutor

Panama`s public prosecutor against organized crime said Wednesday there was no evidence so far to take action against the law firm at the center of the Panama Papers scandal, following a raid lasting 27 hours on its office

Oil prices extend fall with no end in sight for glut

Oil prices were pulled down in early trading on Thursday as OPEC warned of slowing demand and major exporter Russia hinted that there would only be a loose agreement with little commitments at the upcoming exporter meeting to rein in ballooning oversupply.

Dark economic cloud over IMF-World Bank meeting

 Worries that the global economy is nearing a stall made worse by the specter of `"Brexit" cloud the air as the world`s finance chiefs gather in Washington beginning Thursday for the IMF-World Bank Spring meetings.

Suzuki to recall 1.6 million cars due to air conditioning fault

Suzuki Motor Corporation on Thursday said it will recall 1,616,125 mini-vehicles due to an air conditioning fault that could lead to engines stalling.

Wall Street rises late, led by energy and bank shares

 Energy and bank stocks led Wall Street higher on Wednesday.

DreamWorks interested in Viacom's Paramount Pictures: CEO

Hollywood studio DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc would be interested in a merger with Viacom Inc`s Paramount Pictures.