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BENGALURU: The Federal Reserve struck the right tone in its first pandemic-era economic outlook, suggesting years of extraordinary policy support for an economy facing a slow and long slog back, according to a majority of economists in a Reuters poll
BENGALURU: American Airlines Group Inc said on Sunday it plans to secure US$3.5bil in new financing, to improve the airline’s liquidity as it grapples with travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus.
The mammoth bond market has long been the old-school bastion of the financial world, but the Covid-19 pandemic has cast a light on its future – and it looks electronic. Well, mainly.
SEOUL/SINGAPORE, June 22 (Reuters): A firmer US dollar restrained gains across emerging Asian currencies on Monday, while worries about a second wave of coronavirus infections kept a lid on most stock markets, with Thailand and the Philippines in the red.
NEW YORK: American Airlines Group Inc said on Sunday it plans to raise US$1.5 billion by selling shares and convertible senior notes, to improve the airline's liquidity as it grapples with travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus.
SINGAPORE: Indonesia's rupiah weakened on Friday, as the prospect of more interest rate cuts this year reduced the allure of one of Asia's big emerging market carry trades.
KUALA LUMPUR: The prosecution in the case involving UK-based Goldman Sachs International Ltd and its Asian entities, Goldman Sachs (Asia) LLC and Goldman Sachs (Singapore), which are facing charges relating to the sale of 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) bonds amounting to US$6.5bil, will be making some amendments to the charges.
SYDNEY: Shareholder activists in Japan are taming calls for their targets to return their cash piles to investors, ceding ground to the view such corporate hoards are assets rather than a drain on returns amid the economic pain of the coronavirus pandemic
Digifarm bypasses middlemen, giving small-holder farmers direct access to low-cost seeds and fertilizer, credit providers, and bulk purchasers of their produce.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: American Express Co received approval to start bank card clearing services in China, making it the first foreign payments network to be allowed to process local currency transactions in one of the world’s largest markets.