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LONDON: At lunch hour, James Leahy’s Burrito Joe stall in the City of London’s financial district is usually buzzing as people line up from around the corner for their fajitas, tacos, quesadillas and rice-and-meat bowl
HONG KONG: Asian markets fluctuated on Tuesday (March 17) after Wall Street suffered its worst day in more than three decades with the Covid-19 (coronavirus) panic sweeping the planet, though European equities enjoyed an early bounce.
BEIJING: It's a crazy world they say. And the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak has not spared politicians and celebrities around the world.
HONG KONG: Bitcoin is proving to be no haven asset amid the current global market meltdown.
BEIJING: Six privately owned companies in one of China’s wealthiest provinces have defaulted on their debt or come perilously close in the last three months. With 68.1 billion yuan US($9.7 bil) in outstanding debt among those six companies alone, the distress in Shandong has rattled even seasoned investors.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Valencia's Rodrigo scored the game's only goal as they upset hosts Ajax Amsterdam 1-0 on Tuesday to finish top of Champions League Group H and eliminate the Dutch title winners from this season's competition.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Here are comments from voters, politicians, activists and academics on Hong Kong's district council elections, where pro-democracy candidates romped to a landslide and symbolic majority after residents turned out to vote in record numbers on Sunday.
Green Hat is having sleepless nights thinking about his wife's extra-marital affair. And he doesn't want his children to grow up in a broken family.
MILAN (Reuters) - Peace has been declared between Napoli coach Carlo Ancelotti and team captain Lorenzo Insigne, providing a welcome boost for the Italian side as they look to regain lost ground on Serie A leaders Juventus.