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WASHINGTON (Bloomberg): President Joe Biden is looking to build on a denuclearization agreement Donald Trump reached with North Korea, a move likely to be welcomed by South Korea, which has seen it as a starting point for disarmament discussions.
President Joe Biden expressed support for a cease-fire between Israel and Gaza's Hamas rulers in a call to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but he stopped short of demanding an immediate stop to the eight days of Israeli airstrikes and Hamas rocket barrages that have killed more than 200 people, most of them Palestinian.
FRANKFURT: Bond markets are famous for pushing their agenda, and in east Europe, they’re pushing for rate increases, never mind what central banks have to say on the matter.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - On a crisp spring day in 2019, Cote Cumplido took up a banner and joined more than a million people marching through the streets of the Chilean capital Santiago to demand greater equality and major changes to its political system.
AMSTERDAM: Dutch bank ABN Amro has reported a net loss of €54mil (US$66mil or RM272mil) over the first three months of 2021, as a hefty fine for money laundering outweighed the positive impact of economic recovery in the Netherlands.
PETALING JAYA: The movement control order has driven business owners, especially those in retail, to rethink their operations in doing their part to curb infections arising from their places of business and some of those measures may remain in the longer term.
HONG KONG (AFP): Markets were mixed in Asia on Thursday (April 15) as investors applied the brakes to a recent rally that has some worried valuations may have run a little too high.
BRIYANI is a dish that can easily satisfy one’s cravings after a long day of fasting.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean Ryu Hyun-soo describes himself as an "LG phone maniac" and says he won't give up his LG smartphones even though the company that makes them is getting out of the business.
MANILA: Philippines Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez said the government plans to sell dollar bonds before interest rates rise, and will look for new revenue sources and ways to wind down debt next year.