LAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) – Nawaz Sharif, poised to become prime minister for a third time after a decisive victory in Pakistan’s election, said on Monday the mistrust that has long dogged relations with India must be tackled.
* Automakers up as Hyundai Motor union agrees to resume work
* Nikkei faces profit taking as Japan’s new fiscal year starts
* MSCI Asia ex-Japan down, Nikkei falls as yen weakness pauses
Money is returning to the euro zone. Jobs aren’t. That’s the conflicting message of a pair of reports on Friday that show why Europe is less of a threat to the world financial system than it was last year but … Continue reading
(Reuters) – Shares in specialist radio frequency chipmakers Skyworks Solutions Inc and RF Micro Devices Inc regained lost ground on Friday as analysts debated the significance of looming competition…
TOKYO (Reuters) – The yen hovered near its lows against the dollar and Tokyo stocks jumped closer to a 33-month high on Tuesday after markets took comments from a U.S. official as approval for Japan to pursue anti-deflation policies that … Continue reading
(Adds details, comments) SYDNEY, Feb 5 (Reuters) – Australian shares eased 0.5 percent on Tuesday after discouraging U.S. factory orders hit Wall Street and political ructions in Spain and Italy…
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Democratic-led U.S. Senate changed its rules on Thursday in a bid to ease partisan gridlock blamed for turning the chamber into a legislative graveyard.
MELBOURNE, Jan 10 (Reuters) – Australian shares inched down 0.1 percent in midday trade on Thursday, retracing early gains as investors worried about a possible pullback in iron ore prices and waited…