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SYDNEY: Westpac Banking Corp will pay a record A$1.3bil (US$920mil) fine to settle Australia’s biggest breach of anti-money laundering laws, capping a saga that shredded the bank’s reputation and cost former chief executive officer Brian Hartzer his job.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s US$105bil budget bill for the 2021 fiscal year starting in October is likely to be delayed for a month, a minister said, as the government tries to revive an economy hammered by the coronavirus pandemic.
ON SEPT 16, Malaysia celebrates her 57th national day, having celebrated on Aug 31 the 63rd anniversary of independence from Britain in 1957. What does Independence mean for former colonies?
LONDON: Oil extended its retreat below US$40 a barrel after Saudi Arabia cut pricing for October crude sales as demand stuck below pre-Covid levels.
TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's signature shock-and-awe 'Abenomics' stimulus strategy was already faltering even before his decision on Friday to step down due to health reasons.
PETALING JAYA: Tech company Aladdin Group announced its return to the market as a digital commerce player, focusing on the halal and Muslim-friendly markets after a corporate restructure.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia needs to widen its fiscal deficit target, tap into the capital market for financing and attract foreign investments to revitalise the economy after the Covid-19 pandemic, China's Labuan-registered Asia Pacific Investment Bank (APIB) says.
SINGAPORE: Malaysia has long been a place where vast fortunes have been amassed over time.
DUMPING bank shares and investing in a gold miner? It certainly doesn’t sound like a Warren Buffett move, but that’s exactly what the investing guru’s company did in the second quarter, according to a regulatory disclosure Friday. It’s not a good sign for markets.