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SINGAPORE: A strange thing happens in Singapore after the government announces it’s selling highly-coveted land. Executives from developers bidding for the sites hit the golf course together.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia got off on a cautious start again on Thursday, weighed down by Tenaga Nasional, as investor sentiment remained muted after the record closing on Wall Street overnight.
NEW YORK/SINGAPORE: U.S. energy exports to China, mostly crude oil and natural gas, will climb as the world's two largest economies struck a trade agreement after a more than year-long tariff war, executives and traders said on Wednesday.
PORTLAND: A handful of Bitcoin exchanges are key to setting prices, allowing traders to largely ignore the myriad of other bourses without the risk of missing major moves, according to a new study.
JOHOR BARU: An engineer and his family were looking forward to visiting family and friends in Kota Kinabalu and Tawau.
(Reuters) - A rapid rise in the price of gold since 2000 has driven millions of people to deposits in Africa, South America and elsewhere where they dig for gold using basic technology.
ENTEBBE (Reuters) - In a refinery just outside Uganda's main airport, workers slip bars of freshly refined gold into clear plastic bags sealed with a sticker of the national flag - black, yellow and red - and the label "Ugandan's Treasure."
KUALA LUMPUR: Public Bank helped the FBM KLCI eke out slight gains early Wednesday amid a mixed broader market while key Asian markets were mixed ahead of the signing of an initial US-China trade deal.
KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says he will be firm in speaking out against India despite the country boycotting Malaysian palm oil.
KUALA LUMPUR: With Chinese New Year this year corresponding with the zodiac animal of the rat, some pet shops have seen a spike in the sales of hamsters and chinchillas.