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FRANKFURT: German lender Deutsche Bank has posted a loss in the second quarter as the bank undergoes a costly overhaul amid the coronavirus crisis.
KUALA LUMPUR: Glove stocks continued to attract frenzied buying early Monday as the infections and death toll from the coronavirus Covid-19 continues to spike.
LONDON: Britain unveiled plans to tackle an "obesity time bomb" on Monday, banning TV and online adverts for junk food before 9.00 p.m., ending "buy one get one free" deals on such foods and putting calories on menus.
LONDON: British retail sales jumped back almost to pre-coronavirus lockdown levels in June when non-essential stores in England reopened, giving a boost to beleaguered clothing stores.
SYDNEY/LONDON: Global coronavirus infections surged past 15 million on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally, with the pandemic gathering pace even as countries remain divided in their response to the crisis.
NEW YORK: Wall Street ended higher on Wednesday after a see-saw session as investors digested mixed quarterly results and contentious stimulus negotiations in Washington.
WASHINGTON: It stands as the biggest economic rescue in US history, the US$2.2 trillion coronavirus relief bill swiftly approved by Congress in the spring. And it’s painfully clear now, as the pandemic worsens, it was only the start.
BECAUSE of insecurity, people in general are buying way too many insurance policies and products these days, some of which may actually not be of much benefit to them.
Global coronavirus infections passed 14 million on Friday, according to a Reuterstally, marking the first time there has been a surge of 1 million cases in under 100 hours.