The London Stock Exchange has signed a deal to sell its trading technology to the Delhi Stock Exchange ahead of plans to revive the dormant bourse and compete against India's incumbent exchanges, three people familiar with matter have said.
Public Wi-Fi hotspots to grow 4-fold by 2015: study
The amount of public Internet hotspots (Wi-Fi) globally will grow more than fourfold to 5.8 million by 2015, boosted by consumers increasing demand for connections on smartphones and tablets, an industry study showed on Wednesday.
Australian explorer to develop Kazakh copper field
Australian company Great Western Exploration Ltd has agreed to explore a prospective copper field in Kazakhstan and plans a joint venture with Kazakh state miner Tau-Ken Samruk to develop the deposit, both companies said on Wednesday.
China's state-owned broadcaster has launched an aggressive international push to extend the country's influence, opening a new headquarters in Washington, that will broadcast English-language programming from the heart of the US capital.
UPDATE 1-S&P upgrades Kazakhstan on rising oil exports
Nov 7 (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's on Monday upgraded Kazakhstan's sovereign credit rating higher into investment grade, forecasting rising oil exports will allow its economy to grow around 6 percent until 2014.
China to inject over $158 billion into money market: report
China is likely to inject more than 1 trillion yuan ($158 billion) into the money market in the next two months via annual subsidies from the Ministry of Finance, the official China Securities Journal on Monday quoted a research report as saying.
Carney Named to Head Financial Stability Board, G-20 Says
Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney was named by Group of 20 leaders to head the organization overseeing efforts to write new rules for international finance that some lenders say may slow lending and hurt growth.