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The conversation taking place on the verified social media accounts of two US senators remained vulnerable to manipulation, even amid heightened scrutiny in the run up to the US presidential election, an investigation found.
There is steady foreign demand for Malaysian bonds
KUALA LUMPUR: Net foreign inflow into the Malaysian bond market rose to RM14.80bil at end-November, which was 25% higher than the previous corresponding period, RAM Ratings said.
Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc reversed changes to their content policies that were implemented to stem the viral spread of misinformation about November’s US presidential election, saying the temporary changes are no longer needed.
BEIJING (Xinhua): China and the United States should strengthen dialogue and communication to advance the healthy and steady development of bilateral ties, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Tuesday (Dec 15).
FOR entrepreneurs, business leaders, government leaders, diplomats and professionals keen to look for post-pandemic investment opportunities in China, Asean and the Asian region, you may not want to miss the coming 2020 World Chinese Economic Summit (WCES) on Dec 21.
Elon Musk’s dizzying ascent in 2020 hit a new peak this week as he’s about to become the head of an S&P 500 Index company. That’s just days after surging to the second-richest person on the planet with a US$139bil (RM566.08bil) fortune.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets drifted (Dec 3) as investors struggled to build on last month's spectacular rally, with vaccine optimism largely priced in and any further advances kept in check by near-term virus concerns.
PETALING JAYA: The sharp plunge in the FBM KLCI just before the market closed yesterday could be due to investors realigning their portfolio ahead of the upcoming changes to the index’s components and the MSCI Malaysia index, according to fund managers.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets swung Monday as hopes that vaccines will soon be rolled out played against concerns over a pick-up in virus cases around the world.