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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks, euro fall in April on Europe stress

NEW YORK, April 30 (Reuters) - Global shares edged lower Monday, posting their first monthly loss this year as Spain sank into recession and the U.S. economy showed signs of slowing.


Rating agencies knew of stress at India's IL&FS, but gave good ratings

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: Credit rating agencies for years assigned high ratings to India's Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) and its group companies despite its deteriorating financial health, according to a special audit conducted by Grant Thornton India.


Bank Negara: Financial system resilient even under severe stress

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s financial system is expected to remain resilient under severe macroeconomic and financial strains, with financial institutions maintaining capital buffers in excess of regulatory minima even under adverse scenarios, says Bank Negara.


Deutsche Bank stress seen in mounting cost

LONDON: Credit derivative traders are again expressing concern about Deutsche Bank AG’s weakening financial health.


Nikkei falls to lowest since Oct 2014 as stress in banking sector lingers

TOKYO: Japan's Nikkei share average fell more than 2 percent to its lowest level since October 2014 on Wednesday as worries about the health of global banks persisted.


PBoC steps up yuan ‘stress test’

HONG KONG: China cut the yuan’s reference rate to the weakest since 2011, fueling speculation that the central bank is trying to release pent-up depreciation pressure before an expected increase in US interest rates


EU hopes stress tests boost faith in banks

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) - European regulators will release potentially unsettling details on the finances of 90 banks on Friday to increase transparency and convince markets that the financial system as a whole could withstand big shocks, such as a Greek debt default.


Wall Street: Stocks jump as fears ebb about bank 'stress tests'

NEW YORK (AP): Investors are feeling more confident about putting their money in banks.


Rising population puts stress on infrastructure

Infrastructure around the KLCC area has seen much improvement over the years with better road accessibility and public transport facilities such as the light rail transit and the monorail.


Editor: Stress on education and technology the right move

MALAYSIA, by emphasising on education and technology, and encouraging small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs), has adopted the most appropriate stance in the current global trade scenario, where China is rapidly becoming the dominant trading power in Asia, according to I>Time/Imagazine senior editor (business and technology) Jim Erickson.