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SINGAPORE: Gold headed for the first back-to-back decline since November, as the United States and Iran stepped back from a deeper military conflict, blunting the appeal of haven assets as global equities gained ground.
Chinese makers of televisions, smartphones and much more were very much present at the premier Consumer Electronics Show, undeterred by their country's trade war with the United States.
BEIJING (AFP): China announced on Thursday (Jan 9) that Vice Premier Liu He will travel to Washington next week to sign the "Phase One" deal with the United States aimed at de-escalating the trade war between the world's two biggest economies.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit is expected to strengthen further towards 4.00 level against the US dollar by end-2020 despite negative headwinds and near-term volatility, according to RHB Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit was higher against the US dollar in the early session today on better demand for the local note, in line with most regional currencies due to easing US-Iran tensions.
SINGAPORE: Financial markets were roiled anew after Iran retaliated against the US for killing one of its top military commanders, spurring investors to reassess geopolitical risks for their portfolios.
Facebook Inc is setting up a new engineering team in Singapore to focus on its lucrative China advertising business, according to three people familiar with the effort, even as chief executive Mark Zuckerberg ramps up criticism of a country that blocks the social network.
Bigger, more beautiful and better connected: At the Consumer Electronics Show, which kicked off Jan 7 in Las Vegas, TV makers flaunted top-notch models meant to lure a generation weaned on the Internet.
America's largest consumer electronics show on Jan 7 hosted Ivanka Trump as a keynote speaker – a choice that drew scorn from many women in technology.
LONDON: It’s time for some 2020 foresight in raw materials. After commodities posted a 10% advance last year, how will crude to coffee fare in the months to come?