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TOKYO: ASIAN stocks fluctuated last week as Japanese and Australian benchmark indexes rose after reports showed better-than-estimated economic growth or employment, while China-related companies fell on concern policy makers will raise interest rates to slow inflation.
DUBLIN: Ireland's lawmakers narrowly voted Thursday to cut welfare benefits and debated a raft of other cost-slashing measures, but their efforts to combat Europe's worst deficit didn't stop the Fitch agency from slashing the nation's credit rating.
PETALING JAYA: The economic growth in emerging East Asia would likely moderate next year, with Malaysia posting a full-year growth of 5% against a weaker global economic outlook and the overall phasing out of fiscal and monetary stimulus plans, said Asian Development Bank (ADB).
PETALING JAYA: The second round of quantitative easing (QE2) by the US Federal Reserve is not expected to affect Malaysia's economy, especially the ringgit, significantly in the long term, most analysts say.
BRUSSELS: Top European officials insisted Monday that they have enough financial firepower right now to deal with Europe's government debt crisis - but did not rule out increasing Europe's bailout fund in the future.hr noshade size=-1 width=50%>
AFTER 32 years of building affordable homes, Perak-based developer Hua Yang Bhd continues to rely on its strength in the mass housing market. Its focus is primarily on houses priced from RM180,000 to RM400,000, which comprise some 90% of its property products.