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LONDON (Reuters) - The new administration of U.S. President Joe Biden joins international talks on the global economy this week with other rich nations expecting a decisive break from the "America First" nationalism of Donald Trump.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - A diabetic mother died as her daughter searched the capital of Ethiopia's northern Tigray region for insulin. Women gave birth unattended in the dark because their hospital had no electricity or staff at night.
BANGKOK: Investor confidence in Thai financial markets over the next three months has improved slightly on optimism over vaccines and capital inflows, but has been capped by a new wave of coronavirus cases, a capital market association said yesterday.
Emerging Markets: Thai shares rise ahead of central bank meeting on Feb 3; Indian stocks extend budget-fuelled gains
BANGKOK, Feb 2 (Reuters): Asian stocks rose on Tuesday as signs of progress in US stimulus talks boosted Wall Street overnight, while Indian shares posted strong gains for a second consecutive session after the unveiling of a high-spending 2021/22 budget.
KUALA LUMPUR: Brokerage firms are positive on Tune Protect Group Bhd’s (Tune) three-year transformation plan, which encompasses diversification into new areas of growth to reduce exposure to its travel insurance business following the Covid-19 pandemic.
LONDON: Over two decades, Africa-focused Randgold Resources Ltd earned a reputation for running efficient operations in tough places, with lustrous shareholder returns and a premium valuation to match.
SINGAPORE: Singapore marked its worst ever recession in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, although contraction moderated in the fourth quarter as the city-state lifted more coronavirus-related curbs, putting the economy on path to a slow and patchy recovery.
SINGAPORE, Jan 4 (Bloomberg): Singapore’s economy continued its slow recovery from the worst slump in the country’s history, with mainstays such as trade and tourism hammered by the coronavirus pandemic.
FOR sure, 2020 is a year we would all like to forget. The Covid-19 pandemic has taken more than 1.75 million lives around the world, more than 20,000 Indonesians among them, and the fear it has caused has cast a pall over the world.
Writer Michael Spencer says that it will be important that the government transition quickly from Covid-19 emergency stimulus back to the forward-looking policy stance of 2019.