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SINGAPORE: The Singapore dollar is poised to outperform its South-East Asian peers as a higher vaccination rate and rising core inflation may spur its central bank to start tightening policy sooner than its regional counterparts.
SINGAPORE: South Africa’s unfolding turmoil is putting emerging-market (EM) political risks at the fore, and traders are hunting for currencies vulnerable to political hazards and playing them off against their more stable peers.
KUALA LUMPUR: Kenanaga Research has maintained its estimates on Digi.com Bhd as the telco's first half earnings result came within forecast.
Get the latest figures on the country's Covid-19 cases and vaccinations.
NEW YORK: Expectations that the US economic rebound will slow in the second half are weighing on small-cap stocks, forcing fund managers to look for companies that could continue to profit in a lower growth environment.
NEW YORK: Expectations that the U.S. economic rebound will slow in the second half are weighing on small cap stocks, forcing fund managers to look for companies that could continue to profit in a lower growth environment.
Durian season is in full swing, but has the Covid-19 pandemic affected supply and prices? We find out whether the king of fruits still has what it takes to rule and give you the lowdown on an up and coming variety that has many fans excited.
Indonesia reports 51,952 newly-confirmed Covid-19 cases, daily numbers even higher than virus-hit India
The Covid-19 cases in Indonesia rose by 51,952 within one day to 2,832,755, with the death toll adding by 1,092 to 72,489, the Health Ministry said on Saturday.
Costume designer Jany Temime turned to the Russian and Norwegian armies and the circus for inspiration when creating looks for the film's different characters. In Scarlett Johansson's case, she made sure her designs were comfortable.