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SHANGHAI (Reuters) - InterContinental Hotels and Hyatt will allow guests to change or cancel stays at most Chinese hotels as a deadly coronavirus outbreak overshadows Lunar New Year holiday plans.
KUALA LUMPUR: Factional rivalry within PKR following the show-cause letter issued to vice-president Zuraida Kamaruddin continues to tear at party unity.
PETALING JAYA: The pressure in the advertising scene remains with advertising expenditure (adex) expected to decline this year although it may take a breather with the uptick of 1% to 2% in adex growth next year.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI held firm to its early lead as as the market recovered from two days of losses.
Hong Kong elections: tsunami of disaffection washes over city as pro-Beijing camp left reeling by record turnout and overwhelming defeat
Pro-democracy camp wins 17 out of 18 district councils, all of which were previously under pro-establishment control. Result set to give pan-democrats increase in seats on committee that chooses city’s chief executive; current leader vows to ‘seriously reflect on the people’s opinion’
As we welcome November, we are now just left with two months into the year and before we know it, we will be welcoming the year 2020. What does this mean for the local market? Well, as we know, the KLCI is still down some 5.5% up to end of Oct this year and remains as one of the worst performing bourses in Asia.
BERLIN: Berlin’s governing parties struck a deal to freeze rents in the German capital for five years, marking one of the most radical plans to tackle spiralling housing costs in a major city
HONG KONG stocks fell as the city’s government said it will ban mask-wearing in a bid to deter protesters after months of violence.
THE first-half of the year has been eventful, to say the least. With external pressures from an ongoing trade war between the United States and China influencing equities throughout the world, many markets felt the brunt of uncertainty.