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KUALA LUMPUR: The benchmark FBM KLCI failed to sustain the buying momentum seen in the earlier part of the day and closed marginally lower on last-minute selling.
Hundreds of Russians braved the cold and rain to queue for days outside a Moscow phone store ahead of the release of the new Apple iPhones on Sept 28, but when the doors opened none stepped in to buy.
ABANDONED, rust-covered vehicles that have been cannibalised for parts in Kampong Nakhoda in Batu Caves have become a problem – where stagnant water in dashboards and other compartments have become breeding spots for mosquitoes.
THE Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) recorded its first dengue death this year on Wednesday and MPS councillors have been asked to team up with the council’s health inspectors to visit houses in their areas to educate residents about prevention.
Some young Chinese wanting to use the ubiquitous social media app WeChat to keep up with what their parents and grandparents are doing might be in for a surprise – a new study found that 1.35 million elderly users block their family members from viewing their WeChat Moments posts, a feature similar to Facebook’s Timeline.
TOKYO: The dollar was broadly higher on Wednesday, hitting a six-month high against the yen, after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gave an upbeat outlook for the U.S. economy and reinforced views that the Fed was on track to steadily hike interest rates.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's manufacturing sector recorded stronger sales in May and higher sales value by the workers, which in turn saw average salaries rising by 10% to RM3,562 from a year ago, according to the data from the Statistics Department.
Leiking says palm oil industry could benefit from dispute
TANJUNG MALIM: In a surprise victory, PKR managed to wrest the Tanjung Malim constituency, which has traditionally been a Barisan Nasional stronghold.