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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian state and territory leaders bickered on Thursday over whether to reopen internal borders, a major step to rejuvenating the country's A$80 billion ($50 billion) domestic tourism industry, as part of measures to ease coronavirus restrictions.
TOKYO: Japan’s Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc (MUFG) said it would shutter up to 40% of its domestic branches by fiscal 2023 as the lender plans to adopt more cost-cutting measures in response to the coronavirus crisis.
NEW YORK: The euro and European government debt rallied on Tuesday, lifted by a Franco-German proposal to fund grants for regions hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic, while oil traded mostly higher on growing demand as countries eased business lockdowns.
PETALING JAYA: A total of 8,380 calls were recorded on the Covid-19 hotline since the early days of the movement control order (MCO), with many of them related to mental health issues, says Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
A White House advisory panel on May 19 will call for the government and private industry to work together to build a new technological infrastructure to support future jobs and provide the underpinnings critical to a solid economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Racks up huge US$18bil loss in ‘valley of coronavirus’ as portfolios are hit
HONG KONG: Stock markets rose on Monday (May 16) as a further easing of lockdowns around the world offset another round of data highlighting the sharp economic pain being inflicted by the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
BENGALURU: Gold rose 1% on Monday to its highest in more than seven years as dismal U.S. data underscored how badly the COVID-19 pandemic has damaged the world's top economy, while palladium soared over 9% on better-than-expected demand outlook
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit extended last week's losses to trade lower against the US dollar in the early session today, as bearish economic outlook prompted investors to turn towards safe havens currencies, a dealer said.