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SYDNEY: Australian home prices eased for a third straight month in July as the reimposition of a coronavirus lockdown in Victoria weighed on the Melbourne market and consumer sentiment generally.
SINGAPORE: A walk down Orchard Road shows just how badly the coronavirus pandemic has hit Singapore’s famed shopping strip.
BRUSSELS: Heineken saw a gradual recovery in its business after global Covid-19 lockdowns in April, but uncertainty over the future impact of the pandemic left it unable to give a forecast for the rest of the year.
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
PHNOM PENH, Aug 3 (Reuters): Scores of activist groups in Cambodia urged the government on Monday to release and drop charges against a prominent union leader, who was arrested last week and accused of falsely claiming that land had been ceded to neighbouring Vietnam.
HONG KONG, Aug 3 (Reuters): Hong Kong reported 80 new coronavirus cases on Monday, dropping below 100 infections for the first time in 12 days, as a team of Chinese officials began preparations for widespread testing in the global financial hub, which has seen a resurgence in cases.
JAKARTA: Indonesia's economy likely posted the biggest contraction in more than two decades in the second quarter, as measures taken to combat the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic hit most sectors, a Reuters poll showed on Monday.
Microsoft Corp’s potential acquisition of short-video app TikTok carries myriad risks, thrusting it into the politically fraught social media business and Sino-US conflict amid increased scrutiny of big-tech companies.
HANOI, Aug. 3 (Xinhua): Vietnam's Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), which measures the economic health of the country's manufacturing sector, dipped back below the 50.0 no-change mark in July, posting 47.6 from 51.1 in June, a report compiled by the London-based global information provider IHS Markit revealed on Monday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish firefighters and military emergency personnel battled amid blistering heat on Monday to control a wildfire in the Madrid region that had burned through the night and forced the evacuation of several houses.