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China’s market rebound in second half looks unlikely as policy tightening will hold back rally, BCA Research says
China’s domestic policy backdrop and economic fundamentals do not support a sustained rally in stocks in next six months, Canadian research firm saysChances of Beijing reversing policy tightening in case of a weakening in sentiment are low
KUALA LUMPUR: Furniture maker Euro Holdings tumbled for the third time this week while the fall in the crude palm oil (CPO) futures dragged plantation stocks into the red in early Friday trade.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Kevin de Bruyne came off the bench to inspire Belgium to a 2-1 comeback win over Denmark on Thursday and a place in the Euro 2020 knockout stages on an emotional afternoon of tributes to Christian Eriksen.
SAN SALVADOR: The World Bank said it could not assist El Salvador’s bitcoin implementation given environmental and transparency drawbacks.
KOTA KINABALU: Any attempt to change the Federal Government with the lifting of the Emergency amid the Covid-19 pandemic would be irresponsible, says Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili.
ROME (Reuters) - Stefania Bonaldi, the mayor of the northern Italian town of Crema, was attending a public ceremony this month when a policeman arrived to inform her she was under investigation for causing bodily harm to a small boy.
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips on the domestic market slumped on Thursday following the US Federal Reserve's meeting that signalled an earlier-than-expected return to higher interest rates.
TOKYO: Business confidence levels of Japanese manufacturers and service sector firms were little changed in June from the prior month, highlighting the fragile and uneven state of the country's coronavirus recovery, a Reuters survey showed.
WASHINGTON: The Federal Reserve on Wednesday began closing the door on its pandemic-driven monetary policy as officials projected an accelerated timetable for interest rate increases, opened talks on how to end crisis-era bond-buying, and said the 15-month-old health emergency was no longer a core constraint on U.S. commerce.