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BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): Global manufacturing activity increased in April for a 10th consecutive month, though at a slightly slower pace than in March, according to an index published by the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing (CFLP).
Overseas investors turned net buyers of Asian equities in April for the first time this year, helped by signs of economic recovery, with the region posting a strong rebound in manufacturing activity and exports.
Asian shares were mostly higher on Tuesday after strong corporate earnings and economic data lifted stocks on Wall Street.
NEW YORK/LONDON: Gold prices rose and a gauge of global equity markets closed not far from a record high on Monday as investors bet corporate results and U.S. data will underscore the strength of the economy's rebound from pandemic-induced shutdowns.
ASIA'S manufacturing activity remained robust through April even as a gauge of factory output in China, the region’s top economy and industrial powerhouse, showed signs of cooling.
Thailand's manufacturing production activity expands for first time in 23 months; intensifies Covid-19 controls
Thailand's manufacturing production index (MPI), a gauge of manufacturing activity, rose for the first time in 23 months to 107.73 in March, the highest level in two years, official data has showed.
TOKYO: Japan's factory activity expanded in April at the fastest pace since early 2018 on a global demand recovery, a private sector survey showed on Friday, though new coronavirus curbs cast a shadow over the overall economic outlook.
BANGKOK (Xinhua): Thailand's manufacturing production index (MPI), a gauge of manufacturing activity, rose for the first time in 23 months to 107.73 in March, the highest level in two years, official data showed Wednesday (April 28).
NEW YORK: Global stock markets made moderate gains on Monday as increasing confidence about a rapid recovery of economies from the COVID-19 pandemic offset concerns about the speed of the market's rally.
SYDNEY: Asian stocks climbed to six-week highs on Monday amid signs the world economic recovery was still well on track, though rising COVID-19 cases in the region weighed on sentiment, pushing oil prices lower.