Japan PM Shinzo Abe’s draft budget for 2015 will be for ¥96.3 trillion, up from ¥95.9 trillion this fiscal year.
Bitstamp called off its operations while a probe was conducted to determine why virtual money was compromised.
The U.S House of Representatives approved the measure to move ahead with the project after the Nebraska Supreme Court cleared the way for construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline in the state.
December capped the best year for the labor market since 199 and reinforced the U.S. role as the global economy’s standout performer.
Incoming Republican Senator John Thune wants to look at options on ways to pay for highway infrastructure spending bill that expires in May.
Insurance carriers in Wisconsin and 35 other states await the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on whether they will be able to participate in the federal insurance marketplace in 2016.
In December, clients pulled $19.4 billion from Pimco’s Total Return fund, more than double the S9.5 billion that was yanked in November. Investors are still reacting to the departure of the funds former co-founder Bill Gross’ departure.
Cautious view of U.S. economy expressed by economists as the Federal Reserve Bank looks at raising interest rates sometime in 2015.
AirAsia’s route license has been suspended and an investigation is underway by the Singapore government.
McDonald’s will emphasize the word “love” in its long-running “I’m Lovin’ it” slogan in new TV ads.