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I TAKE off from when I last discussed negative interest rates (NIRs) in my Sept 28,2019 column: “Getting to Grips with the World of Negative Rates.”
SINGAPORE: Monday (June 1) will be the last day of Singapore's eight-week Covid-19 circuit breaker shutdown. Restrictions will be progressively eased in three phases. Here's a list of what is allowed under Phase 1 which starts on Tuesday. The government will review in mid-June to see when Phase 2 can begin.
While some fans are eager to return to cinemas, others say they want to wait it out. Film exhibitors tell us the steps they're taking to encourage moviegoers to come back.
THE term “new normal” is being tossed around a lot these days, a kind of vague reference to what we might expect with life after Covid-19 lockdowns and movement control orders.
MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - Civil unrest flared and curfews were imposed in several major U.S. cities on Saturday as demonstrators took to the streets to vent outrage at the death of a black man shown on video gasping for breath as a white Minneapolis policeman knelt on his neck.
MANILA: The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors has approved a US$500mil to help the Philippines mitigate the impact of Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic on poor and vulnerable households, and to provide financial relief to small and medium enterprises.
PHNOM PENH: The World Bank has approved a credit of US$15mil for Cambodia to strengthen pre-service education system for health professionals, said its press statement on Saturday (May 30).
India quarterly growth worst in two decades as lockdown bites - Covid-19 cases surpass 170,000, death toll at 4,971
NEW DELHI: The total number of Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases in India surpassed 170,000-mark, reaching 173,763 on Saturday (May 30) and the death toll stood at 4,971, said the data issued by the federal health ministry.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The new coronavirus is sweeping through some of the mountain villages of Russia's far-flung Dagestan region and they are struggling to treat patients properly, protect medics or even count the dead, five local officials said.