Australia And Oceania
LONDON - Global stock markets rose Tuesday after a better than expected U.S.
LONDON - Japanese stocks led world markets higher Tuesday after the country's central bank surprised investors by effectively cutting its main interest rate to zero percent.
BANGKOK - World stock markets mostly posted modest gains Tuesday as investors weighed a surprise rate cut in Japan against a credit agency warning that Ireland's debt rating may be downgraded.
BANGKOK - Weak U.S. economic indicators sent most Asian stock markets lower Tuesday but Japanese shares climbed after the central bank cut its key interest rate to effectively zero.
TOKYO - Asian stock markets were mostly lower Tuesday after a drop in U.S.
- World stocks mixed amid higher commodity prices
- Asian shares climb amid higher commodity prices
- Afghan starts to close private security firms
- NKorean gymnast investigated for 3 birth dates
- NKorean gymnast investigated for three birthdates
- US commonwealth government partially shuts down
- Mining company makes discovery in Mozambique
- China denies ban on rare earths exports to Japan
- Major Asian markets on holiday; Australia gains
- Commonwealth Games chief rushing to New Delhi
- Experts: Airlines can be fooled by pregnant women
- Wright Express completes buyout of Australian unit
- Australian Bank gives up $12B bid for insurer AXA
- Asian shares mostly rise as Europe worries ease
- Asian shares rise as Europe worries ease
- DOT plans rejection of Delta-Virgin Blue alliance
- Tensions emerge in new Australian minority govt
- Australian gov't plans to continue with mining tax
- Australian Labor Party wins enough support to rule
- Australian independent supports Labor Party
- 1st Australian female PM leads party to low point
- 'Crocodile Dundee' to return to US amid tax fray
- NZ tycoon unwraps packaging ambitions with US deal
- Asia stocks gain on brighter US data, Europe falls
- Key Australian lawmaker backs Labor to govern
- Australian lawmakers reveal $9.7B hole in pledges
- Asia stocks gain on brighter US manufacturing data
- Australian lawmakers reveal $9.7 B hole in pledges
- Reynolds Group acquires related company for $300M
- Summary Box: Australian economic growth jumps
- US manufacturing data gives stocks a big boost
- Stocks kick off new month with strong gains
- World stocks start new month on positive note
- Stock futures surge on signs of overseas growth
- Greens party backs Australian Labor Party gov't