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FOLLOWING the appointment last month of James Gaubert as head of digital and social, Ogilvy and Mather Malaysia continues to expand its impressive line-up with the addition of WPP Fellow and strategic planner, Christopher Knight.
LONDON: Technology stocks fell across Europe and Asia on Monday after the worst day for Apple shares in more than a year, while the euro and its bonds rallied after a bumper weekend for pro-EU and pro-business politics in France and Italy.
LONDON: Market bets on how volatile the pound will be over the next 24 hours surged to their highest in a year on Thursday as Britain began voting in a parliamentary election which some polls show has become too close to call.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit rose against several key currencies, notching a gain of nearly 1% to the weakening pound sterling but it was not enough to lure buyers into the equities markets after an earlier slump in crude oil prices.
SEOUL: South Korea's central bank kept interest rates untouched on Tuesday for a 10th straight month, and its governor stressed that the current rate level supports economic growth, although a lowered growth forecast for this year kept expectations of a rate cut alive.
NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government will decide next month on the sale of a US$3 billion stake in state oil firm Oil and Natural Gas Corp , in a major test of whether he can follow through on reforms outlined in his first budget.
LONDON: Britain could use its public interest powers to intervene in U.S. drugmaker Pfizer's $106 billion (62.4 billion pounds) takeover bid for British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca AZN.L, Business Secretary Vince Cable said on Tuesday.
BANGKOK: Most Southeast Asian stock markets ended firmer on Monday, led by Indonesian shares ahead of a parliamentary election later this week that is expected to restart stalled reforms, while a U.S. jobs report last week helped boost investor sentiment.
ANKARA/ISTANBUL: Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan reshuffled his cabinet on Wednesday after three members quit over a corruption scandal that has posed an unprecedented challenge to his 11-year rule.