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BUDGET 2021 and Bank Negara’s monetary policy decision are the two key events that will be closely watched this week.
THE world’s biggest economy is entering a marathon week that spans a presidential election, a meeting of the Federal Reserve and the latest snapshot of the coronavirus-hit labor market.
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 31 (Bernama): Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) policy rate decision on Nov 3 and Budget 2021 tabling on Nov 6 are set to be catalysts for the ringgit against the US dollar and other major currencies next week.
NEXT week will be a busy week with the focus on the United States presidential election, which takes place on Tuesday, with heavy expectations that Democratic candidate Joe Biden will emerge winner with a convincing victory over the 45th US president, Donald Trump.
SINGAPORE, Oct 30 (Reuters): Strong gains in the Chinese yuan supported most Asian currencies on Friday, shielding them from a broader gloomy mood weighing on regional equities ahead of the US presidential election.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - UW Health University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin has been rushing to convert available space into units for COVID-19 patients, as the state's medical facilities struggle to keep pace with a surge in new infections.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Factory workers chanted slogans, students and pensioners took to the streets, and police used force to detain people on Monday as the Belarusian opposition sought to ramp up pressure on veteran leader Alexander Lukashenko with a nationwide strike.
(Reuters) - England won a record-extending 16th women's Six Nations title, with a game to spare, after they took an unassailable lead in the standings when France failed to beat Scotland on Sunday.
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SINGAPORE/MANILA, Oct 23 (Reuters): Philippine stocks added 2% on Friday to end the week with their biggest gain since June, as the easing of restrictions in capital Manila and slowing coronavirus cases rekindled optimism and brought back foreign investors.