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Beijing (AFP) - The new cases of coronavirus contamination announced by the authorities in China decreased markedly on Thursday, and the World Health Organization hailed the "enormous progress" to curb the epidemic whose toll exceeds 2,100 deaths.
(Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren will get help in the final days before Nevada's caucuses from a super PAC, despite her outspoken opposition to such fundraising efforts.
SINGAPORE: Tesla Inc’s potential success in energy generation and storage will be the next big thing to fuel the rally that’s already pushed the stock to more than US$858, analysts at Piper Sandler Cos said as they increased their price target by more than 27%.
BEIJING: China deplores and rejects the wrong decision of the United States to designate five Chinese media outlets as "foreign missions, " Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said Wednesday (Feb 19).
BEIJING: China on Wednesday (Feb 19) ordered three reporters from American newspaper the Wall Street Journal to leave the country over what it deemed a racist headline, in one of the toughest moves against foreign media in years.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contender Michael Bloomberg will sell Bloomberg LP, the financial information company that made him a billionaire, if he is elected to the White House in November, his campaign confirmed on Tuesday.
NEW YORK: The Dow and S&P 500 fell on Tuesday after a sales warning from Apple left investors assessing the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on US companies.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: China reported its fewest new infections of Covid-19 (coronavirus) since January and its fewest deaths for a week, but the World Health Organisation said data suggesting the epidemic had slowed should still be viewed with caution and all stay calm.
Washington (AFP): The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday (Feb 18) in what it said was an effort to safeguard compensation payouts for sexual abuse victims.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The head of a leading hospital in China's central city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak, died of the disease on Tuesday as Apple Inc warned its sales would suffer because of the epidemic, casting a chill on global stock markets.