You have searched for "On Course"
Showing 81-90 of 10000
LONDON: Investors bullish on the UK pound have gotten used to brushing off concerns about Covid-19 infections and the post-Brexit future. Now, a sudden rethink on the global recovery is bringing those worries back into focus.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Britain's Geraint Thomas said he "must have done something wrong in a previous life" after his hopes of a first Olympic road race medal were wiped out by yet another crash on Saturday.
(Reuters) - This year's Junior Ryder Cup scheduled to be held in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin the week of the men's competition in the same U.S. state, has been cancelled due to ongoing travel issues for the European squad, organisers said on Tuesday.
Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s Covid-19 vaccination drive on course for 70 per cent milestone for first doses, says official in charge of the campaign
Maintaining current rate of administering 30,000 initial shots a day puts 70 per cent coverage in reach, Patrick Nip saysHong Kong confirms two new imported cases of the coronavirus on Sunday
BELGRADE (Reuters) - The prospect of winning an Olympic gold medal for Serbia outweighs the disappointment of playing in an empty venue at the Tokyo games, the men's world tennis number one Novak Djokovic said on Monday.
MANY local businesses are struggling to make ends meet and their agility to adjust under the new normal is continuously tested.
HARARE (Reuters) - A century from Liton Das and five wickets from Shakib Al Hasan helped Bangladesh secure a one-sided 155-run victory over Zimbabwe in the first of their three One-Day Internationals at the Harare Sports Club on Friday.
(Reuters) - World number one Novak Djokovic confirmed he will compete at the Tokyo Olympics as the Serb remains on course to achieve the Golden Slam in tennis.
TOKYO: Asian shares advanced on Thursday as dovish comments by the U.S. Federal Reserve chief and fresh liquidity from China's central bank propped up investor appetite, even as inflationary and growth risks hung over the outlook.