ECB confident of euro zone recovery
Science fiction becomes reality at CeBIT, the world's largest tech fair in Germany. As Sonia Legg reports humanoid robots were the star attractions along with new ways to protect authentication.
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 12:24PM CDT
The CEO of Britain's Co-operative Group Euan Sutherland has stepped down after calling the group "ungovernable." Joanna Partridge looks at the crisis engulfing one of Britain's oldest organisations.
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 11:11AM CDT
Reuters has learned Greek yogurt maker Chobani is talking to consumer and private equity firms about a deal that would value it at about $2.5 billon. Fred Katayama reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 9:26AM CDT
Bull market has solid legs
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 8:39AM CDT
German exports and imports surged in January at the fastest pace in nearly two years. Hayley Platt looks at the impact on the rest of the euro zone.
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 8:29AM CDT
March 11 (Bloomberg) -- In today’s “Movers & Shakers,” Bloomberg’s Betty Liu reports on Diddy’s $200 million bid to buy MSG’s Fuse TV to expand his Revolt television channel on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”
BLOOMBERG - TUE MAR 11, 7:48AM CDT
BoE faces scrutiny over optimistic growth targets - Ashley
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 7:07AM CDT
Immigration has become a hot topic in Britain ahead of elections in 2015 but a new report by the Centre for Entrepreneurs shows they are crucial to the economy, responsible for starting one in seven UK companies. Hayley Platt talks to one migrant who came to England as a boy 42 years ago and is now a multi-million pound hotelier.
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 6:17AM CDT
March 11 (Bloomberg) -- The probe into the disappearance of Flight 370 took another twist today as Malaysian authorities said one of the two people who boarded the plane with stolen passports was an Iranian who had no links to terror groups. Scarlet Fu reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)
BLOOMBERG - TUE MAR 11, 6:05AM CDT
The search for the missing Malaysia Airlines passenger plane has been widened as rescue teams search for any signs. Sarah Toms reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 4:49AM CDT
Japan remembers the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, which devastated large swathes of the coast and led to one of the world's worst nuclear disasters. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 4:36AM CDT
China's got big plans for Beidou, its homegrown version of the GPS navigation system. Jane Lanhee Lee reports on the rise of a technology with both commercial potential and military applications.
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 3:46AM CDT
Puerto Rico's $3 billion bond offering is rated as junk, and will pay 9% tax free. If you are tempted, just don't think of it as a "safe" investment.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - TUE MAR 11, 2:51AM CDT
Major Japanese firms like Toyota are set to announce salary increases while Hong Kong carrier Cathay Pacific reports high-flying earnings. Plus, Thailand's central bank meets to set policy. Tara Joseph reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 2:19AM CDT
The outlook for emerging markets is set to remain bleak, with political uncertainty and weak earnings likely to drive further fund outflows, says Morgan Stanley's Jonathan Garner.
REUTERS BUSINESS - TUE MAR 11, 12:25AM CDT
At SXSW 2014 Coinbase co-founder Fred Ehrsam tells WSJ's Rolfe Winkler his thoughts on the future of the crypto-currency and why his firm is better positioned than it's failing rivals. Photo: Associated Press
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - MON MAR 10, 7:30PM CDT
After a five year march upward, the debate is on whether the bull market can drive higher despite an economy that continues to drag its feet. Bobbi Rebell reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON MAR 10, 5:14PM CDT
March 10 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Matt Miller, Julie Hyman and Olivia Sterns report on today’s ten most important stocks including Cablevision, Tesla and Boeing. (Source: Bloomberg)
BLOOMBERG - MON MAR 10, 5:11PM CDT
Summary: Wall St. joined a global downdraft after Chinese data spark global economic concerns; Boeing falls after new 787 Dreamliner issues; eBay tells invest we can't take on Icahn's board picks. Conway G. Gittens reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON MAR 10, 4:33PM CDT
General Motors said it has hired Anton Valukas, who led an investigation of the Lehman Bros. bankruptcy, to review the auto maker's handling of safety defects tied to 13 deaths and the recall of 1.6 million vehicles. Jeff Bennett reports.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - MON MAR 10, 2:04PM CDT
The world's largest high-tech trade fair is underway in Hanover with privacy products proving the big seller. As Sonia Legg reports "databilty" is also a key theme at CeBit.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON MAR 10, 12:40PM CDT
The United States and the European Union have started a fourth round of negotiations towards the world's biggest free-trade deal. Ciara Sutton looks at their chances of sealing a deal any time soon.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON MAR 10, 11:45AM CDT
Growth will continue in 2015 but exports need help - Wood
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON MAR 10, 10:29AM CDT
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Rahul Chadha of Mirae Asset Global Investments likes Indian's priviate sector banks, pharmaceutical and the IT sector.
Investors may be ready to step back into emerging markets after a round of capital flows into mature markets like Japan and the United States in 2013, says Stefan Hofer of Julius Baer.
Mitul Kotecha of Credit Agricole gives his end-2014 target for the yuan, and explains how the currency's movements have an effect on other emerging markets currencies.
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