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Asian shares, US stock futures dented by growth worries(Update)

SYDNEY: Asian shares and U.S. stock futures slipped on Tuesday as pessimism about world growth drove investors away from risky assets, while sterling dithered as the latest plan for Brexit appeared to come and go with no progress.

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Watch this time lapse of the 'Ring of Fire' eclipse

A time-lapse video shows a telescopic view of the 'Ring of Fire' eclipse as seen from an observatory in Chile.


Asian shares rise after China stimulus step

TOKYO: Asian shares shrugged off their early doldrums on Tuesday and extended gains, boosted by China's monetary easing and downbeat manufacturing and service surveys that raised hopes of additional stimulus measures.


Asian markets Asia shrugs off losses in early trade Thursday(Update)

TOKYO: Asian shares shrugged off early losses as crude oil prices pulled away from their overnight lows, while the Australian dollar grabbed the spotlight and surged after a much stronger-than-expected employment report.


SKP Resources wins contract from Dyson worth RM400mil annually

KUALA LUMPUR: The contract to make cordless vacuum cleaners which SKP Resources Bhd bagged from Dyson Ltd is worth RM400mil annually.


Malaysian palm oil price slides to 8-month low as ringgit continues to climb

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures slid to an eight-month low on Tuesday as the ringgit continued to gain traction, stoking worries that overseas buyers may shy away from palm at a time when the tropical plant enters a higher production cycle.


Firm closing for KLCI in Q1

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s blue chips ended the first quarter on Tuesday on a firm note, with the 30-stock FBM KLCI up 3.95% year-to-date on window dressing, amid a weak ringgit and crude oil prices.


Banks lead KLCI higher at midday

KUALA LUMPUR: Banks and Tenaga Nasional led the FBM KLCI higher at midday on Tuesday on window-dressing activities for the first quarter but the broader market was mixed.


Arnaud Humbert’s ‘Can You See The Elephant’ captures Burning Man on print

French photographer captures the trippy side of famed American art festival in the desert.