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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve on Wednesday upgraded its assessment of the U.S. economy, taking note of a decline in the jobless rate and signaling more comfort that inflation was moving
Rescue workers are pulling bodies from beneath tons of mud and rubble following a landslide that buried a village in western India. Nathan Frandino reports.
Rescue workers are pulling bodies from beneath tons of mud and rubble following a landslide that buried a village in western India. Nathan Frandino reports.
Madonna, Cameron Diaz and Ben Affleck are just a few of the stars getting older in August. Alicia Powell reports.
The U.S. economy could be even stronger but huge consumer debt loads taken on during the boom years before the great recession are still weighing on he consumer, says House of Debt co-author Amir
The microblogging site scored a great quarter, thanks to the global football event, but Rob Cyran and Reynolds Holding explain why later rounds could get tougher.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. economy rebounded sharply in the second quarter as consumers stepped up spending and businesses restocked, putting it on course to close out the year on solid footing.
Goeff Hoffman, CEO of executive search firm DHR International, gives his take on the job market, after the ADP report showed the 4th straight month of job growth over 200,000.
July 30 - Tom Vosa, head of market economics at NAB Group, expects Fed to taper by $10 billion and QE programme to be reduced to $25 billion per month. In an interview with ET NOW, he says that Fed is
San Diego Zoo goes all out for the second birthday of one of their giant pandas, Xiao Liwu. Elly Park reports.
EU/US sanctions: Russia unfazed?  (30 July 10:46 pm) 
The EU joins the U.S. with a tougher set of sanctions against Russia over Ukraine. Could they kick off a new round of escalation in the most bitter confrontation between Moscow and the West since the
EU/U.S. sanctions: Russia unfazed?  (30 July 11:46 pm) 
The EU joins the U.S. with a tougher set of sanctions against Russia over Ukraine. Could they kick off a new round of escalation in the most bitter confrontation between Moscow and the West since the
Argentine-Israeli Daniel Barenboim presents first Barenboim Festival to take place in Buenos Aires, speaks out about Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Rollo Ross reports.
July 30 - Sunil Kashyap, managing director at Scotiabank, expects gold demand to improve next year, but for now gold is likely to trade sideways. In an interview with ET NOW, he said he expects gold
July 30 - David Gaud, senior portfolio manager-Asia ex-Japan equity at Edmond De Rothschild Asset Management, says he expects the U.S. Fed to continue to its QE tapering programme. In an interview
Usain Bolt meets British royals  (30 July 09:50 pm) 
Britain\'s Prince William, his wife Catherine and brother Prince Harry chat with sprint star Usain Bolt at the Commonwealth Games athletes\' village. Rough cut - no narration
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Budget airline SpiceJet Ltd said it was in talks with authorities to resolve tax-related issues after its shares tumbled on a newspaper report that the company had left employees
Analysts say strong GDP numbers and continuing improvement in the jobs sector point to a possible interest rate hike sooner than later. Mana Rabiee reports.
Football gets fast-lane sponsors  (30 July 09:46 pm) 
Top clubs are going up a gear with major deals from sponsors who want to combine appeal in two male fantasy zones: cars and goal-scoring. Ciara Sutton reports.
Dr. Sheik Umar Khan is being hailed as a national hero by Sierra Leone for his efforts to combat the worst outbreak of Ebola on record. Dr. Khan himself succumbed to the disease. Deborah Gembara
Banker boot camp: BoE moots new rules  (30 July 08:46 pm) 
Bankers who misbehave in the UK may have to hand back bonuses up to seven years after being awarded them, if a new set of proposals from regulators comes into force. But at what stage does the cost of
Wall St opens higher after GDP data  (30 July 07:49 pm) 
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened higher on Wednesday after the first read on second-quarter economic growth came in much stronger than expected, overshadowing a weak report on the labor market.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Tata group will invest about $35 billion over the next three years to focus on new business areas such as infrastructure, defence and aerospace, as well as expanding its global
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The rupee closed marginally stronger on Wednesday, continuing a pattern of range-bound trading as solid foreign inflows into debt and stocks were offset by month-end dollar demand
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Authorities have found 13 cases of gold smuggling by employees of the national carrier, Air India, over the past three years and the current year, the junior civil aviation