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TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan skipper Michael Leitch says their fairytale run to last year's Rugby World Cup quarter-finals has lessons far beyond the game that the whole nation would do well to embrace.
SINGAPORE/NEW YORK: Oil prices jumped more than US$1 a barrel on Monday after major producers finally agreed their biggest-ever output cut, but gains were capped amid concern that it won't be enough to head off oversupply with the coronavirus pandemic hammering demand.
TOKYO: Commodity currencies slipped against safe-haven units such as the dollar and yen on Monday as a record output cut agreed by OPEC and other oil producing nations failed to offset broader concerns about global demand for resources.
TOKYO: Oil prices and U.S. stock futures dipped in early Monday trade as a landmark agreement by OPEC and its allies to slash output by a record amount failed to give investors any cause for lasting optimism about the economic outlook.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea's rubber-stamp parliament gathered on Sunday, a day after leader Kim Jong Un presided over a ruling party politburo meeting where he called for strict measures to prevent an outbreak of the new coronavirus.
An agreement by oil producing nations to cut output by a record amount may sustain a recent bounce in stocks, though stay-at-home restrictions and closures tied to the coronavirus pandemic continue to weigh on the global economy.
NEW YORK: Oil futures were little changed on Sunday even after major oil producers reached a deal for a record 10 million bpd output cut, with analysts saying the agreement is insufficient to head off oversupply as the coronavirus hammers demand
BAKU/DUBAI/LONDON: OPEC and allies led by Russia agreed on Sunday to a record cut in output to prop up oil prices amid the coronavirus pandemic and said they had an unprecedented deal with fellow oil nations, including the United States, to curb global oil supply by 20%.
HARBIN: The city of Suifenhe, at the China-Russia border in Heilongjiang Province, has seen the number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases continue to rise.