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HAVING surprised markets with extraordinary credit easing, the Federal Reserve was hoping for a quieter period in which reduced financial volatility would allow for more of the heavy lifting to be shifted to other policy makers and markets. Instead, in a repeat of a too-familiar pattern, the markets are asking for more.
PETALING JAYA: More than 1,700 Orang Asli families in Jerantut and Temerloh, Pahang, have received basic necessities through the “Give with Ikhlas” digital donation initiative organised by Ikhlas, a business entity under AirAsia.
The leading standalone convenience store chain in Malaysia, 7-Eleven Malaysia, along with its partner, Lucence, a precision oncology company, demonstrated its brand commitment of ‘Always There For You’ by donating 2,000 SAFER-Sample™ kits -- saliva sample collection kits for coronavirus detection -- worth more than RM260,000, to the Ministry of Health (MOH) Malaysia on April 30, in meaningful support of the country’s collective efforts in combating the current COVID-19 outbreak.
Those working in hospitals continue to soldier on despite facing danger every day.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The 'May Day May Day We Help Each Other' concert, broadcast live via Facebook on May 1, accumulated Bt7,282,897.34 (RM970,000) in donations from more than 10 million viewers, the Progressive Movement – an organisation led by disbanded Future Forward Party execs Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, Piyabutr Saengkanokkul and Pannika Wanich – said on Sunday (May 3).
Malaysia has generally done well with containing and treating Covid-19 patients of known clusters. Next, should it carry out mass testings to detect and contain sporadic and asymptomatic cases before it lifts the movement control order (MCO)?
PETALING JAYA: National athletes Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah and Azizulhasni Awang, both speedsters on wheels, are showing that Ramadan is a time to be charitable. And both are doing their part for the less fortunate.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Society will see major changes to work, the workforce and workplaces after the coronavirus crisis, President Halimah Yacob said in her May Day message on Facebook on Thursday (April 30).