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Latest Updates

(December 2014) Stephen Hawking who is 72 years old and is the world’s most celebrated scientist who has lived with motor neurone disease for a half century, which kills most patients within two or three years, this month attended the London premiere of the latest film about his life, The Theory of Everything, starring Eddie Redmayne. In recent weeks he has also taken delivery of a new communications system designed by Intel, which enables him to write and speak more efficiently — in his American android voice — by registering tiny movements of his cheek muscles.
(December 2014) Europe must adopt policies to grow and reform at the same time to reverse its downward economic slide, excessively low inflation, high unemployment, and the risk of a lost decade or more, according to a briefing by several policy experts.
(December 2014) Crude oil prices fell again, bringing stock markets down and bond prices up. Who are the winners and losers.
(December 2014) Balancing the needs of ordinary Singaporeans and big business is the crucial question for the city state as it approaches its 50th anniversary.
(December 2014) The Russian rouble fell up to 8% against the US dollar on Monday as oil prices continued to fall and on Tuesday the Russian government has forecast a recession in 2015.
(December 2014) Nearly 5,000 Chinese firms invested in 154 countries and regions in the first ten months of 2014, with ODI (Overseas Direct Investment) by non-financial firms rising by 17.8% year-on-year to US$81.9bn, while inward FDI (Foreign direct Investment) in mainland China dropped 1.2% year-on-year to US$95.9bn, the commerce ministry said last week.
(November 2014) The price of Brent crude fell Thursday to a fresh 4-year low after Opec announced it would rollover its 30m barrel a day production target for the coming 6 months. ICE January Brent dropped as much as $3.39 to $74.36 a barrel – a four-year low. Energy companies have borrowed heavily in recent years. Now, with the price of crude slipping to $74 a barrel, analysts and investors are worrying that distress in the energy sector could spark turmoil in the wider credit markets.
(November 2014) Building economies that are resilient and flexible entails that wages and prices can adjust to economic conditions, and that resources can reallocate swiftly across firms and sectors. We know from economic theory that this is crucial in a monetary union to ensure that adjustment happens through prices, not quantities – that is, unemployment. And we have also seen this play out in our direct experience: during the crisis countries with more flexible economies have on the whole adjusted faster and with a lower employment cost. This is evident, for example, if one compares the experience of Ireland and Latvia with that of Spain, Portugal and Greece.
(November 2014) Graphene, the one-atom thick layer of carbon, was first isolated at Manchester University. Forecasts were made that the material would change the world.