Analysts say, the speedy decline in Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s approval ratings may force him for the moment to transfer focus from his right-leaning agenda to economic policies.
On Friday, a top trade body official said, Indian gold imports may fall 70 percent in the final quarter of 2013 from 255 tonnes in the year-ago period and are likely to be half usual levels at 500-550 tonnes next year if new import rules are maintained.
UK will now export pig semen for breeders in China according to an agreement. This a deal could be worth as much as £45m to the industry.
Prime Minister David Cameron has signed a multi- million pound trade deal with China which will benefit the Pig farmers in Northern Ireland.
On Thursday rail passengers and motorists got some relief from expected extra costs when the chancellor cancelled a planned rise in fuel duty and limited average train fare rises to inflation.
This means people of Scotland using cross-border services will witness prices move up by 3.1% next month instead of the intended 4.1%.
George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his autumn mini-budget to MPs and unveiled official figures which revealed that the economy is growing twice as fast as forecasted just nine months ago.
He announced a package of modest tax cuts to boost small businesses and offered help to households by freezing petrol duty until 2015.
Showing a sign that low interest rates are gradually working, Australian housing construction activity has extended in a row for two months, for the first time since 2010.
On Thursday, the euro climbed to trade near a five-week high against the dollar as investors placed for the European Central Banks (ECB) to keep interest rates unchanged with rising German yields providing it support.
The single currency grew 0.2 percent against the dollar to $1.3617, having hit $1.3640, its highest since late October, in early European trade on Thursday.