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JAKARTA: Indonesia stocks pulled back after a more than 5% surge over the last two sessions as a poll of analysts predicted the country’s central bank would stand pat on interest rates in favour of supporting an under-pressure rupiah.
PETALING JAYA: Time dotCom Bhd’s net earnings growth is expected to be 5% and 9% for this and next financial year (FY) respectively.
JAPAN Inc should rejoice at the prospect of a new premier: It can only get better from here.
Apple Inc shares have soared this year even as a pandemic has crippled economies around the world, thanks in large part to booming product sales that have beat Wall Street expectations.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's rapprochement with Gulf Arab states has left the Palestinians feeling abandoned by traditional allies and clutching an old playbook in a rapidly changing Middle East, analysts and critics say.
SINGAPORE, Sept 15 (Reuters): Indonesia stocks pulled back on Tuesday after a more than 5% surge over the last two sessions as a Reuters poll of analysts predicted the country's central bank would stand pat on interest rates in favour of supporting an under-pressure rupiah.
STOCKHOLM: Sweden's H&M, the world's second-biggest fashion retailer, beat quarterly profit forecasts as it recovered more quickly than expected from a coronavirus-induced slump, in a positive sign for the industry.
TOKYO, Sept 15 (Reuters): Oil prices edged lower on Tuesday as worries over a slow recovery in global fuel demand, depressed by the coronavirus pandemic, chimed with bleak outlook warnings by major oil producers.
HONG KONG, Sept 15 (AP): Asian stock markets were mostly higher Tuesday after Wall Street rose on a flurry of corporate deals and China's economic activity improved.