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SHANGHAI/HONG KONG: China shares closed higher for a sixth straight session on Tuesday as a fall in new cases of the coronavirus in China lifted investor sentiment.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Tisco Asset Management is offering its Tisco China Technology Equity (TCHTech) Fund for long-term investment, pointing out that Chinese technology companies have more opportunities to grow due to global demand while the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on markets will be only "short term".
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia and key Asian markets edged higher in early trade but trading sentiment was overall cautious as news of the coronavirus death toll weighed.
SYDNEY: Asian share markets looked set for another cautious session on Tuesday as investors tried to judge how quickly China's factories could return to work as the coronavirus continues to spread and deaths mount.
NEW YORK: Gold rose and the dollar hit a four-month high against the euro on Monday on safe-haven appeal as the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak passed that of the SARS epidemic two decades ago, but Wall Street rallied to record highs.
BEIJING (Bernama): China has allocated a total of 71.85bil yuan (RM42.6bil) of fiscal funds to support the control of the novel coronavirus outbreak, Xinhua news agency reported the country's finance minister as saying on Sunday (Feb 9).
KUALA LUMPUR: Key Asian markets including Bursa Malaysia fell in early Monday trade on mounting worries about the coronavirus which has claimed the lives of more than 900 people in China.
SYDNEY: Stocks and oil fell while safe-haven gold rose on Monday as the death toll from a coronavirus outbreak surpassed the SARS epidemic, raising alarm bells about its severity.
NEW YORK: Global equity markets and government debt yields slumped on Friday as nagging concerns about the impact of the coronavirus on global growth overshadowed a strong U.S. jobs report that indicated an economy on pace to grow moderately.
HONG KONG: Chinese stocks eked out gains on Friday, although they suffered their worst weekly loss in nine months on concerns about an economic impact due to the rapidly-spreading coronavirus in China, which has killed over 630 people.