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KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia bucked the regional market trend to end the week lower on the selling of selected heavyweights such as KL Kepong, Hong Leong Financial Group, and Nestle.
KUALA LUMPUR: While the US Customs and Border Protection's (CBPS) withdrawal of the import ban on Top Glove Corp Bhd is expected to ease downside pressure on the glove maker, its earnings prospects remain on a slide amid ongoing headwinds.
Tencent Holdings Ltd and Netease Inc shed more than US$60bil (RM248.94bil) of value as investor fears grow that Chinese regulators are preparing to tighten their grip dramatically on the world’s largest gaming industry.
NEW YORK: Oil prices fell to a two-week low on Thursday as China rolled out a plan to release state oil reserves, the U.S. weekly crude draw was smaller than expected and U.S. Treasuries rallied as investors sought safer assets.
WASHINGTON/LONDON: European stocks pared losses and Wall Street reversed earlier gains on Thursday as investors weighed uncertainty over central bank tapering and economic recovery due to the coronavirus Delta variant alongside strong U.S. weekly jobless claims data.
(Reuters) - George Russell said he would start on equal terms with seven- times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes next season but played down the prospect of friction between the two.
GLOVE maker Hartalega Holdings Bhd’s CEO Kuan Mun Leong said the company was currently running at 70% capacity, despite strong demand, as it is only allowed to operate with 60% of its workforce.
A NUMBER of residents in Subang Indah, PJS 10 in Petaling Jaya, want the authorities to stop clearing trees that have been growing by the riverside at Jalan PJS 10/10.
NECOCLI, Colombia (Reuters) - Some 14,000 migrants - many of them Haitian - remain bottle-necked in the Colombian beach town of Necocli, awaiting their chance to enter Panama and continue their journey to the United States, as border crossing quotas are out-paced by new arrivals, migrants and the town's mayor said.