SUBSCRIBE KTSITEMAP
Khaleej Times Home
CITY TIMESwknd.E-PAPER
Khaleej Times
Khaleej Times Google Plus Page Khaleej Times Facebook Page Khaleej Times Twitter Page Khaleej Times RSS Feeds
   
  UAE Sports
  Cricket
  Football
  Horse Racing
  Tennis
  Sports Talk
   
   
  wknd.
  Indulge
  Inspired Living
   
   
  Classifieds
  Properties
  Appointments
  Used Cars
   
International

IMF sees Pakistan's economic growth picking up
“The overall economic situation in Pakistan is gradually improving,” said Jeffrey Franks, the IMF mission chief for the country.
Euro-area economic confidence jumps to highest level since 2011
Euro-area economic confidence increased more than analysts forecast in March, easing pressure on the European Central Bank to take action next week to counter low inflation and spur growth.
Microsoft’s Office suite for iPad ushers in a new era
The change in command gives Microsoft Corp an opportunity to prove it’s a more nimble company adapting to evolution of computing.
India to borrow $61.4 billion
Borrowing in H1 of the fiscal year is 61.6% of the full-year target
BlackBerry posts $5.9 billion loss in 2013
Struggling smartphone maker BlackBerry on Friday reported a loss of $423 million in the fourth quarter of its 2014 fiscal year, with revenues plummeting.
Ukraine unlocks $27 billion international deal with IMF
Kiev agrees to narrow budget deficit to 2.5% of GDP by 2016
US economy expands 2.6%
The US economy grew more rapidly in the fourth quarter than previously estimated as consumer spending climbed by the most in three years, showing the expansion had momentum heading into this year’s harsh winter.
UK retail sales jump in February
British retail sales rose much faster than forecast in February, suggesting that the economy’s solid recovery extended into the first quarter of the year, official data showed on Thursday.
Philippines raises reserve ratio as rate increase seen nearing
The Philippine central bank ordered lenders to set aside more money as reserves to curb liquidity, a move that analysts say could signal increases in the benchmark interest rate in the coming months.
Pakistan rupee: A lack of trust
Dollar-hoarding shows Pakistanis are unconvinced currency’s gains will last
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11