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FBM KLCI keeps to a tight trading range

REVIEW: The FBM KLCI was held in consolidation mode following last Friday’s regional rout. While there was an Asian rebound, weak Chinese economic data for the last month kept a cap on gains.

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Kim may U-turn on decision now

PYONGYANG: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will soon make a decision on whether to continue diplomatic talks and maintain the country’s moratorium on missile launches and nuclear tests, a senior North Korean official said, noting the United States threw away a golden opportunity at the recent summit between their leaders.

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Piecing together the good moments

POPULAR Bookstore turns 95 this year and to celebrate children while thanking loyal customers, it is organising the Kids Creative Collage Contest themed “Popular & You, Together”.


HK to spend billions more to defend currency peg

HONG KONG: This round of currency intervention in Hong Kong is far from over.

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Li: China ready to help economy under pressure

Beijing: China will not let the world’s second-largest economy “slip out of a reasonable range”, Premier Li Keqiang said, as he pledged support in the face of “new downward pressure”.


Maybe Mark Zuckerberg really meant what he said

WHEN it comes to Facebook Inc, Chris Cox has been very, very important to the company.

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Tibet struggles against slow decline

Hong Kong: Sixty years after the Dalai Lama fled into permanent Indian exile, the cause of Tibetan freedom that earned him a Nobel prize and a celebrity-studded international following has lost much of its momentum – neutralised, analysts say, by the passage of time and China’s rising global power.


Theresa May the servant prime minister

Trick question: Who is in control of Brexit? Theresa May or parliament?


World markets themes for the week ahead

NEW YORK: Following are five big themes likely to dominate thinking of investors and traders in the coming week


Airlines with buyers' remorse may use Boeing 737 MAX ban to revise orders

For airlines that over-ordered the latest version of Boeing's 737 workhorse, the grounding could be a good excuse to delay or cancel purchases, saving cash on the balance sheet, analysts said.