Reuters: This is the second week of the government shutdown and we have news from the United States’ corridors-the dollar has almost touched the turf of an eight-month low. The currency has dropped 0.2% to 79.929 against a major chunk of currencies.
The United States Government is in a quagmire as it struggles with the emergency funding bill which is stalled by the Republican party in the US Congress.
A trend reversal from last year, women in Britain now own more tablet computers than by men, an Internet market research firm has found.
One of World's leading Automobile giants will enter into a market tiff against each other, bringing in exciting new cars for the Indian roads
The proposed European Union bank reform is in a spot of bother as Germany and France, the two biggest economies of the troubled region, spar over the proposed reforms.
The allies have not taken kindly to the Diesel price hike by the Government. A blizzard seems to have hit the political scenario as the allies, political parties, and the trade associations take to the streets in protest and are forcibly urging the Government to roll back the prices.
The arrest of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, International Monetary Fund's (IMF) managing director, on sexual assault charges comes at time when world economy is delicately poised. The arrest has spread uncertainty over global efforts to deal with Europe’s debt crisis and cast doubts about the future of the IMF.
EBAY CEO, John Donahoe, has become the owner of the biggest e-commerce marketplace with his acquisition of GCIS.
Crude oil futures continue to soar in the United States and havetouched the two year high of $100 per barrel. Its impact was visible on the stock markets, as the the share prices fell in the European as well as the U.S. markets.
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