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ANALYST VIEW - Britain faces parliament with no party in charge

LONDON (Reuters) - Opinion polls show Britain is heading towards a stalemate in parliament in its May 6 election, initially worrying financial markets although they now seem more open to the idea.


Instant View - China unexpectedly cuts interest rates

(Reuters) - China's central bank cut benchmark interest rates by 25 basis points in a surprise move on Thursday to shore up slackening economic growth, its first rate cut since the depths of the 2008/09 financial crisis.


What iCar’s valuation means for M’sian tech firms

Analyst says while iCar may not be widely recognised in Malaysia, investors outside the country already see it as an emerging technology leader.


ANALYST VIEW - Iran invites IAEA envoys to visit atom sites

VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran said on Tuesday it had invited some envoys accredited to the U.N. nuclear watchdog to visit important nuclear facilities this month, shortly before a second round of talks between Tehran and major powers.


The eggs are not always golden

Investors need to know the intricacies of the poultry business in order to make a success of it.


US stocks climb in last hour of trading

NEW YORK: This time, the stock market had a late-day rally. Most stocks surged in the final hour of trading Tuesday to give the Dow Jones industrials a gain of 123 points. That ended a two-day slump that sent the Dow down nearly 440 to a seven-month low.


Ericsson CEO says cloud capability key to capturing 5G market

Ericsson AB is betting on cloud technology to capture as much as possible of the US$1.2tril (RM5.32tril) market it expects fifth-generation mobile broadband services to spur, chief executive officer Borje Ekholm said.


Genting will likely carry on with Las Vegas project despite higher costs

PETALING JAYA: Genting Bhd will most likely continue with its US$4bil Las Vegas project despite the weaker ringgit and potentially higher costs of borrowings.


FACTBOX - World alarmed at violence in Syria

REUTERS - Criticism is growing around the world of the Syrian government's crackdown on pro-democracy protestors.