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KUALA LUMPUR: Tech-related stocks such as KESM, Notion V-Tech and hard-disk drive maker JCY rose in active trade early Wednesday as they ramped up their production after getting the approval from the authorities.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong shares on Tuesday climbed to their highest level in more than a week, as the financial hub showed some signs of returning to normalcy with civil servants set to head back into offices after the government eased lockdown restrictions.
NEW YORK: Stocks rose across the globe on Monday as investors cheered news that more countries and U.S. states were looking to ease lockdowns and the Bank of Japan expanded its stimulus program, while the price of oil continued to crumble as storage runs out
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: Hong Kong shares climbed on Monday, in line with global peers, as hopes for a fresh rollout of stimulus measures from major central banks to cushion the economic impact of the coronavirus underpinned sentiment.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: Chinese shares climbed on Monday (April 27) on a drop in new Covid-19 (coronavirus_ cases in the country and hopes for more stimulus to counter the outbreak's economic impact.
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI: In this era of pandemic uncertainty, Chinese and Hong Kong-listed firms have come to one consensus on how to best survive it: sit on their wallets and preserve cash. They are retaining profits instead of distributing them to shareholders, with the most Hong Kong dividend payers in at least 35 years opting not to do so in the first quarter.
KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional, Public Bank and glove makers traded higher early Monday, in line with the key Asian markets.
SYDNEY: Asian shares inched higher on Monday ahead of a busy week for earnings and central bank meetings, with much chatter the Bank of Japan (BOJ) will announce more stimulus steps
REVIEW: Market sentiment took a further downturn following Thursday’s evening announcement that the movement control order would be extended until May 12, with the door left open to yet another extensi
WASHINGTON: Asia equities face a bumpy session on Friday after Wall Street pared early gains as optimism over a rebound in oil prices and prospects for further government stimulus were offset by stark economic data showing the toll of the coronavirus pandemic.