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World stocks rose to near five-year highs yesterday, boosted by news that China was moving to support its cooling economy, while the dollar fell to on(...)

“On Wall Street, a culture of greed just won’t let go”, the New York Times headlined last week, following the publication of a survey of attitudes to (...)

H anoi, capital of Vietnam, for years was one of the economic success stories of Asia, but lately it has been struggling to deal with sluggish economi(...)

Australia will refuse entry to asylum seekers who arrive by boat and send them to neighbouring Papua New Guinea, in a pre-election policy prime minist(...)

European car sales fell to a 17-year low in June as record unemployment in the countries using the euro hurt demand at Fiat and Peugeot Citroen. Regis(...)

The British hand-built classic sports car Morgan has just opened its first shop in the Workers' Stadium in downtown Beijing

One of the must-have accessories for the newly-rich Chinese is a luxury set of wheels. China overtook the US as the world’s biggest car market several(...)

Students of the Jiangshan Middle School light candles to form a heart shape and initials, of the victims Yang Mengyuan and Wang Linjia of the Asiana Airlines crash. Photograph: Reuters

The evacuation of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was delayed for 90 seconds after the plane crash-landed at San Francisco airport because the pilots initi(...)

Moody’s Investors Service raised its outlook on the UK banking system to stable, citing improving profitability and lower impairments after lenders stepped up efforts to clean up balance sheets and raise capital ratios.  Photograph: Scott Eells/Bloomberg.

Moody’s Investors Service raised its outlook on the UK banking system to stable, citing improving profitability and lower impairments after lenders st(...)

Mining company Alcoa kicked off the US earnings season with results that beat analysts’ estimates.

European stocks rose to their highest level in almost a month as miner Alcoa kicked off the US earnings season with results that beat analysts’ estima(...)

Ryanair closed down almost 3 per cent, although with good volume and slightly higher than its competitors in what overall was a poor day for the aviation industry, blamed on rising oil prices. Photograph: Paul Thomas/Bloomberg

It was another day of gains on European stocks after the European Central Bank said interest rates would remain low. US markets, back from their July (...)

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