Indian Rupee sovereign bonds are favorite among some global funds. India's high performing debt fund managers are predicting further gains from sovereign bonds as benchmark notes heading towards their best March returns in 13 years.
Seven day lingering summit of the ‘India-China Business & Investment Forum’ has been kicked off on Sunday while highlighting the ‘Make In India’ campaign. More than 20 Indian firms have participated in the summit. Meanwhile, four CEOs from Chinese companies already invested in India, have urged the Chinese investors to avail of the Indian government offered investment opportunities.
It's a record for Shanghai Disneyland as its June 16 opening day tickets became sold out after a few hours of selling. Discounts await children, seniors and guests with disabilities including those who will purchase for a two-day event.
Nordic Business Council Philippines (NBCP) issued its 2016 annual report on Philippine and challenges in the trade and investment sectors. Meanwhile the Central Bank expected a strong growth in the economy.
Chinese production sector has been witnessed to go through the weakest growth due to reduction in demands and historic low iron ore and crude oil prices. Following the stimulus measures adopted by the Chinese premier, the industrial profits have been revamped to record the highest growth during January and February since July 2014.
Japan is planning big for exploring 'fintech' (financial technology) segment. The world's third largest economy has decided to ease restrictions on investment in the fintech sector. After the proposed Bill is cleared by Japan's Parliament, banks can have 100 percent holding in non-finance related firms.
Japanese economy has been witnessed to go through sluggish growth rate. To boost up the economic growth, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been planning for announcing a stimulus package of new spending measures. Meanwhile, a Nikkei Inc./ TV Tokyo conducted poll shows that support for Abe’s economic reforms has been witnessed to rise by 8% to 55%.
Due to the continuing harmful effects of El Niño, Malaysia's palm oil production has been greatly affected reducing output by millions of metric tons.
China is planning to become a major force in the global semiconductor segment. State-run XMC is setting up a major $24-billion semiconductor project in association with a US company.
Vijay Mallya announcement his retirement as Sanofi India Chairman and wishes not to be elected anymore. He said that he wants to spend more time in England where his children stay.
El Niño is hitting on cane productions especially in Asia, leading to a global shortage and the rise in prices. This would be the first year of sugar shortage after years of surplus. The shortage is projected to be prolonged to at least next year.
PetroChina has announced its earnings, forecasts and future planning for cutting down production on Wednesday in Hong Kong. Around 67% decrease in net profit and 12-year low oil price has apparently prompted the oil and gas company to reduce output by 2.7%.
Markets of iron ore and gas have been hit hard due to over supply and decreasing demand and Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co. also follow trait. The Japanese trading house is going to embrace loss for the first time since its establishment in current form in 1947.
Contrary to a notion that oil rout is impacting everyone in the industry, there are few bosses at energy companies making more money based on their performance. Few top managers are excelling in meeting targets and getting hefty paychecks.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has denied any responsibility over the $81 million cyber heist from the current account of Bangladesh Bank. But a BB audit report observes NY Fed responsible since it implemented five payments instructions out of thirty five leaving many questions behind. Following the internal report BB is getting prepared to file lawsuit against Fed.