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Al ULA, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) - Abeer al-Howayan despaired of ever working after spending eight years trying to find a job that would put her chemistry degree to use in the Saudi Arabian town of Al Ula.
KUALA LUMPUR: The COVID-19 pandemic, which has caused major disruptions to the global supply chain, has dragged Malaysia to record a trade deficit of RM3.5 billion in April 2020, after 269 consecutive months of surplus on account of higher contraction in exports compared to imports.
Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani's Jio telecom carrier is emerging as a winner from changes in the way Indian consumers plug into a digital economy made more urgent by the coronavirus pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI ended the morning session at 1,550 points as the risk appetite continued to grow amid improving investor sentiment.
HONG KONG (AFP): The further easing of lockdown measures and signs that economies could be past the worst of the coronavirus crisis kept investors upbeat Thursday (June 4) but markets fluctuated on profit-taking and concerns over China-US tensions.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit eases against the US dollar in the early session today on mild profit taking following the local note’s three straight days of gains.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI leapt higher on Thursday amid the ongoing lift in global equities prices, with banks at the forefront of the advance.
NEW YORK: Stronger appetite for riskier assets is set to lift Asian equities on Thursday, as government stimulus expectations support investor confidence in an economic recovery from the coronavirus.
NEW YORK: Oil ended slightly higher on Wednesday but remained below the session's early highs above $40 a barrel, the highest since March, retreating as doubts emerged about the timing and scale of a potential extension to the pact between OPEC and its allies to cut crude supplies.