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HONG KONG (AFP): Equities mostly rose as investors struggled for traction in Asia on Wednesday (Jan 13) following a tepid lead from Wall Street, with hopes for another vast US virus relief package offset by political upheaval in Washington and surging virus cases.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets mostly rose with the dollar Monday (Jan 11) following another record performance on Wall Street as investors cheered the prospect of a further massive stimulus for the US economy, with President-elect Joe Biden calling for a spending spree in the trillions of dollars.
TOKYO, Jan 8 (AP) - Asian shares were mostly higher Friday on hopes for additional economic stimulus after President-elect Joe Biden takes office.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia experienced accelerated selling pressure on the first trading day of the year as the the suspension on regulated short-selling was lifted.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets mostly rose Tuesday (Dec 29) following a record-breaking lead from Wall Street as investors cheered the passage of a huge US stimulus bill, which has helped temper fears about surging coronavirus infections and a new, fast-spreading strain of the disease.
HONG KONG (AFP): Markets rose in Asia on Wednesday (Dec 16) thanks to US stimulus talks, Brexit hopes and vaccine rollouts, but a surge in virus cases and lockdown measures continued to cause a tug-of-war between long-term optimism and near-term pain.
HONG KONG (AFP): Stock markets swung Tuesday (Dec 8) as investors weighed the rollout of vaccines and hopes for US stimulus talks against soaring virus cases and China-US tensions, while the pound dipped with post-Brexit trade talks on a knife-edge.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets drifted Friday (Nov 27) as investors took their feet off the pedal after rallying for the past month on vaccine optimism and easing US political uncertainty.
THE ongoing disruption to classes has put online learning in the spotlight, possibly raising interest in edtech as the sector explores opportunities in digitalisation.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets mostly rose Friday (Nov 20) but traders trod uneasily as they were caught between long-term optimism over a virus vaccine and the immediate horror of surging virus infections and deaths across the world.