NEW DELHI India's economic growth slowed in the last quarter of 2015, adding to pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government to expedite stalled reforms in the next session of parliament when it presents its annual budget. | Video
MUMBAI India said its economy grew 7.3 percent in the October-December quarter from a year earlier, in line with expectations, and forecast that gross domestic product would expand an annualised 7.6 percent in the fiscal year ending in March. | Video
LAUNCESTON, Australia - One of the dominant themes in Asia's oil products markets is the rise of Chinese fuel exports, so much so that the decline in shipments from India barely gets mentioned.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI From rural motorbike sales to rail freight, economists and even the central bank are devising their own ways to measure Indian growth.
NEW DELHI India needs more data before deciding whether to permit commercial growing of its first genetically modified food crop, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Friday, but indicated it would not stand "in the way of science" despite protests.
TOKYO Japanese Economy Minister Nobuteru Ishihara said on Tuesday the yen has been gaining recently because investors consider it to be a relatively safe asset amid growing concern about the outlook for oil prices and emerging markets.
WASHINGTON U.S. employment gains slowed more than expected in January as the boost to hiring from unseasonably mild weather faded, but rising wages and an unemployment rate at an eight-year low suggested the labour market recovery remains firm.
TOKYO Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso on Tuesday warned against a recent rise in the yen and said he would continue to closely monitor the currency market.
TOKYO When Prime Minister Shinzo Abe launched his three-pronged programme to revive Japan's stagnant, deflationary economy three years ago, the stock market cheered every step along the way.
LONDON The United States was one of the biggest sources of oil demand growth in 2015 but the outlook for 2016 is much more muted, according to official forecasters.
MUMBAI A central bank panel has issued recommendations for introducing bond options in India that include simple structured contracts and allowing companies to trade up to 50 million rupees ($736,024.73) without documented underlying exposures.