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IT’S looking decidedly somber out there for the world’s favourite sparkly stone - diamonds.
OIL majors and big miners have been falling over themselves to promise better behaviour when it comes to greenhouse gases.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg) -- Gold reached a new seven-year high as investors sought safety assets on concerns the coronavirus outbreak will hurt global growth and amid speculation the Federal Reserve will ease monetary policy before year-end.
SINGAPORE: Palladium surged above US$2,800 an ounce, extending its record-breaking rally on forecasts for a widening deficit. Gold is trading near the highest level since 2013 on concerns over the spread of the new coronavirus and how it’s impacting global growth.
What South-East Asia can learn from the fragility of the American and British political systems.
The world’s biggest iron ore miners are looking for novel ways of satisfying their customers and protecting market share in the US$150bil (RM625bil) global industry.
London: De Beers sold the most diamonds since June after the biggest price cut in years, but sales still remained lower than normal for this time of year as the industry’s cutters and traders struggle to make money.
THE Malaysian higher education landscape has been moulded and governed by an economic and scientific logic which dictates the ways in which our universities are managed and developed. It should come as no surprise today when one observes that Malaysian academics are becoming somewhat fixated upon ideas and vocabulary that connote “measurement” and “impact”.