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HONG KONG (AFP): Worries that US lawmakers might not agree to a fresh stimulus deal any time soon sent most Asian markets lower Wednesday (Aug 12), with Wellington taking a hit after New Zealand recorded its first local virus transmission in more than 100 days.
BENGALURU: Tensions over a planned U.S. ban on major Chinese apps kept most Asian markets subdued on Friday, with Philippine stocks suffering an added blow from a jump in coronavirus infections that made its caseload the highest in Southeast Asia. C
PETALING JAYA: The stock market kicked off August on the wrong footing with strong selling, as investors took on a pessimistic front following a global surge in coronavirus (Covid-19) cases which led to various economic concerns
MADRID (Reuters) - Sergio Ramos has vowed to stay at Real Madrid until he retires after lifting his fifth La Liga title with the club and at 34, having played as big a role as anyone in their latest triumph, he is showing no signs of slowing down.
LONDON: Probably the best thing to say about world financial markets so far this year is simply that it has been quite a ride. If somehow you missed the coronavirus slamming the global economy like a wrecking ball, current market levels certainly do not reveal the wild swings that unprecedented events unleashed.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Real Madrid's Karim Benzema produced an audacious back-heeled assist for Casemiro to score as they beat Espanyol 1-0 away on Sunday to capitalise on Barcelona's slip-up a day earlier and move two points clear at the top of La Liga.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Crime, violence, poverty, ill health and air pollution have all declined in the European Union over the last five years - but gender inequality has worsened and efforts to fight climate change have achieved little.
HONG KONG (AFP): Equities tumbled on Monday (June 15) extending last week's losses on fears of a second wave of virus infections around the world that could put the brakes on the easing of lockdowns and a budding economic recovery.
PETALING JAYA: The beginning of Dominique Da Sylva’s career in Terengganu can be described as a fairy tale.