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HONG KONG (AFP): Most Asian markets rose Friday (June 11) following a record lead from Wall Street as traders bought into the Federal Reserve narrative that surging US inflation was only temporary and the central bank was likely to maintain its ultra-loose monetary policies for some time.
KUALA LUMPUR: Stocks to watch for on Thursday include Kuala Lumpur Kepong, IJM Plantations, IJM Corp, Central Global, MQ Tech, Handal Energy, Tiong Nam, Kejuruteraan Asastera and Fitters Diversified, says JF Apex Research in its daily highlights note.
NEW YORK/LONDON: World stock markets closed near record highs and U.S. bond yields fell on Wednesday as some of U.S. President Joe Biden's stimulus efforts appeared to be on the rocks, boosting the appeal of technology stocks as inflation pressures ease
ROME (Reuters) - Italy is set to create a national agency responsible for fighting cyber attacks, a draft decree showed, as it presses ahead with plans to create a unified cloud infrastructure to increase security for public administration data storage.
BEIJING (Reuters): Chinese researchers plan to study using a Covid-19 vaccine from CanSino Biologics as a booster shot for people who have already been inoculated with other vaccines, clinical trial registration data showed.
Malaysia recorded investment approvals of RM80.60bil in the first quarter ended March 31, 2021, which was a surge of 95.6% from the RM41.20bil a year ago.
Perodua is retaining its sales target of 240, 000 units for the year despite the ongoing pandemic and the semiconductor shortage.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate passed a bill on Tuesday that would increase fees that companies planning the biggest mergers pay to government antitrust agencies and give those agencies bigger budgets.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's policy in talks with world powers to revive the 2015 nuclear accord will remain unchanged after a June 18 presidential election because the issue is decided by its highest leadership, a government spokesman said on Tuesday.
THE bullish shine surrounding commodities may have lost some of its lustre, with imports in May by top buyer China looking unimpressive, and far from levels associated with a new supercycle.