Articles By Prasanth Aby Thomas
European markets open lower as the continuing Cyprus bailout concerns offset improved China manufacturing PMI data.
Japan's exports drop 2.9% while imports rise 11.9% prompting a deficit for the eighth straight month.
Asian markets advance as China manufacturing shows improvement, ahead of a key Bank of Japan briefing.
European markets pick up as investors await further developments on Cyprus bailout plan and the UK Budget.
German auto-maker Volkswagen sells more cars in China than any other foreign car maker.
Australia's commodity forecaster expects a 3% drop in the nominal export value.
Asian markets cautious as the Cypriot parliament's decision to reject bailout plan stoked fresh eurozone fears.
European markets open weak as investors remain cautious ahead of Cypriot parliament's bailout vote.
FDI inflow from European Union rises 34 percent but those from US and Asia drop.
Rio Tinto plans to go ahead with expansion plans despite concerns on falling iron ore prices.