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PETALING JAYA: The men and women fighting on the front lines of the battle against Covid-19 received a rare standing ovation in Dewan Rakyat led by Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah.
KUALA LUMPUR: Mi Technovation Bhd’s net profit rose almost 50% to RM10.29mil in the first quarter ended March 31 from RM6.87mil a year ago driven by higher sales revenue, lower commission payable to external sales agent and foreign exchange gain.
KUALA LUMPUR: Oil prices are projected to rise going forward as global economies gradually start gradual reopening, thus providing a positive catalyst for Bursa Malaysia next week. The Bursa which ended above 1,400 on Friday will inspire some confidence in the market next week.
WASHINGTON: The U.S.-China "Phase 1" trade deal reached in January is not falling apart and the two countries are still working to implement it, the White House's top economic adviser said on Friday, but President Donald Trump added that he was not "thrilled" with the agreement.
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TOKYO: Global shares advanced Friday (May 15) on signs of improvement in China’s economy after it reopened from its pandemic shutdowns. Benchmarks in Europe opened higher following an upbeat session Friday in Asia.
TOKYO: Asian shares were mostly higher on Friday (May 15) after meandering on news about economies reopening, mixed with worries about the prolonged health risks from the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
TOKYO: Asian stocks struggled to extend gains on Friday and were on course to end the week lower as deteriorating U.S.-China relations undercut optimism over the reopening of major economies.
HONG KONG (AFP): Most markets slipped Friday (May 15), at the end of a tough week for global markets that have been wracked by worries over a second wave of infections, rising China-US tensions and uncertainty about how long any economic recovery will take.
NEW YORK: Wall Street surged on Thursday as investors weighed the prospect of economic recovery against bellicose remarks from President Donald Trump regarding U.S.-China trade and a whistleblower's dire warnings about the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic.