Data provided by iNet BFA
See More

UK interest rates should stay low for now - IMF

Jul 28 2014 19:30

The Bank of England has won backing from the IMF for keeping interest rates low, even as the it welcomes signs that Britain's economic recovery is broadening.


Russia will dispute Yukos ruling

Jul 28 2014 15:45

Russia will use every means to defend itself after the arbitration court ordered it to pay $50bn compensation to Yukos shareholders.


East Ukraine's Soviet-style economy shrinks

Jul 28 2014 11:27

Fierce fighting and rebel requisitioning have stopped work at many of the coal mines in and around the strongholds of Donetsk and Luhansk.


China needs to import more food: Official

Jul 28 2014 12:15

China should boost imports of food so it can dedicate more of its scarce water supplies to energy production, an official says.


Moscow won't respond in kind to sanctions

Jul 28 2014 12:00

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that Moscow would not take tit-for-tat measures or act "hysterically" in response to sanctions imposed by the US and EU.


Hague court could order Russia to pay $50bn

Jul 28 2014 10:30

The Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague could announce that Russia must pay $50bn to former shareholders of the defunct oil company Yukos.


Australia submarine deal with Japan in sight

Jul 28 2014 09:30

Australia could discuss building its next-generation fleet of submarines overseas, a shift that could open the door to a partnership deal with Japan.


ECB backs Bundesbank call for higher wages

Jul 27 2014 16:31

The European Central Bank says it supports Germany's Bundesbank in its appeals for higher wage deals in German.


'Backsliding' brings WTO to brink of crisis

Jul 25 2014 19:03

A US Trade representative says backsliding on a World Trade Organisation deal threatens a serious blow to the credibility of the global trading system.


US food prices rise on drought, disease

Jul 25 2014 17:30

Overall US food inflation will remain near the historic norm in 2014, even as prices for meat and seafood are pushed higher by disease and widespread drought.


Poor turn-out for one-day strike in Ghana

Jul 25 2014 18:30

Trade union leaders in Ghana have failed to mobilise support for a planned nationwide protest against government's "mishandling of the economy".



US law maker: Mynamar must reform

Jul 25 2014 16:15

Jade and rubies from Myanmar will remain banned from the US unless opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi can run for president, a top official says.


EU set to up the ante on Russia sanctions

Jul 25 2014 15:15

European Union ambassadors have reached a preliminary agreement to push ahead with hard-hitting economic sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis.

We're talking about:

Small Business

A cash flow crunch often occurs in small businesses trying to balance cash coming in with cash going out. Watch this video to help you improve.

No more nice-to-have shopping sprees

Fin24 user Asia writes how she managed to rehabilite herself from splurging on feel-good iitems and keep clean from the bondage of lifestyle debt.


Start saving...

Time the key for retirement saving
Dummy's guide to saving
Save money with affordable account
All about endowments

Money Clinic

Money Clinic
Do you have a question about your finances? We'll get an expert opinion.
Click here...

Voting Booth

Are you saving towards your retirement:

Previous results · Suggest a vote