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Hugh Jackman won an Emmy once for hosting. Now, his acting chops in 'Bad Education' earned him an Emmy nomination.
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THE Covid-19 pandemic is sweeping across the world at breakneck speed, impacting not just global financial markets and businesses but disrupting just about every aspect of our daily lives.
THE past five trading days saw the FBM KLCI bouncing off from a low of 1,208 points on March 16 to reach as high as 1,353 points on Friday before closing at 1,343 points.
Wall Street jumps after Monday's historic sell-off as Fed boosts liquidity to fight coronavirus effect
NEW YORK: The S&P 500 rose 6% on Tuesday, clawing back a significant portion of Monday's steep losses, as the Federal Reserve and the White House took further steps to boost liquidity and stem damage from the coronavirus outbreak that has gripped the global economy.
WASHINGTON/LONDON (Reuters) - The world's richest nations prepared more costly measures on Tuesday to combat the global fallout of the coronavirus that has infected tens of thousands of people, triggered social restrictions unseen since World War Two and sent economies spinning toward recession.
The continuing rout in global stocks obliterated about US$4tril (RM17.32tril) of market value Monday, but one tech billionaire is managing to avoid the onslaught as social distancing becomes the norm.
BANGKOK (AP): Shares reversed early losses in Asia on Tuesday (March 17) after the US stock market plunged to its worst day in more than three decades and huge swaths of many economies came to a standstill as businesses and travel shut down due to the virus outbreak.
TOKYO: Most Asian shares fell on Tuesday a day after Wall Street's historic market rout, with fleeting initial gains evaporating as the coronavirus remained a major risk to economic growth
NEW YORK: Wall Street suffered its biggest drop since 1987 on Monday, with the S&P 500 closing at its lowest level since December 2018, as investors fear the coronavirus pandemic is proving a tougher opponent than central banks, lawmakers or the White House are currently capable of battling.