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SYDNEY/HONG KONG: Asian shares extended gains on Tuesday as more countries emerged from their economic lockdowns and a successful early-stage trial of a coronavirus vaccine cheered sentiment, although oil shed some of its early moves higher.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Asian shares were set to rise on Tuesday after data from an early-stage trial for a coronavirus vaccine lifted hopes for a near-term economic recovery, sending global equity markets and oil prices surging.
SYDNEY: Asian shares crept ahead on Monday and oil prices hit a five-week high as more countries re-opened their economies stirring hopes the world was nearer to emerging from recession
AGAINST worries of a property glut and a sector in the doldrums, firms especially those that had prepared their platforms earlier are getting sales even during this movement control order (MCO) period.
Trading platform provider also plans new service offerings
SYDNEY: Australia’s commercial construction activity will collapse as the impact of Covid-19 wipes out private demand for new building works, a national industry body said.
NEW YORK: Monetary policy could be tighter than it looks as the pace of government borrowing eclipses the record stimulus of central banks.
Money printing, huge stimulus packages rekindle interest in gold
How the Armed Forces Fund Board makes its investment decisions in challenging times such as these.