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LONDON: World share markets made a soft start to 2014 on Thursday in the wake of disappointing data on Chinese manufacturing, while investors showed renewed appetite for commodities and the dollar as the new year got underway.
Asian share markets endured mixed fortunes on Thursday in the wake of disappointing data on Chinese manufacturing, while investors showed renewed appetite for commodities as the new year got underway.
SYDNEY: Asian markets got the new year off to a sluggish start as Chinese economic data disappointed ahead of a raft of reports on global manufacturing due out through the session.
From grand palaces to green parks and pelicans, take a royal tour of London.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sunderland manager Gus Poyet is losing patience with his side's shoddy defending, accusing his players of thinking as individuals rather than a team.
THE family members of an 18-year-old youth who has been stricken with Japanese Encephalitis (JE) is reaching out to the public to help them get by.
NEW YORK: Commodities posted the first annual drop in five years as supply exceeded demand for corn to sugar to nickel and investors lost faith in precious metals as a store of value amid signs that economies are improving.
NEW YORK: US consumers’ mood improved as 2013 drew to a close, with many optimistic about their future job prospects, while home prices rose again in October, though the pace of gains slowed.
GEORGE TOWN: The seven-year-old boy who slipped and fell off a Ferris wheel at the Penang Pesta fairground on Sunday will have to rely on medication for the rest of his life.
WASHINGTON: Contracts to purchase previously owned U.S. homes edged up in November, marking the first increase in six months and providing a hopeful sign the sector has begun to stabilize after its momentum was sapped by rising mortgage rates