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SINGAPORE: Exxon Mobil Corp is pursuing carbon capture storage (CCS) hubs across Asia and has started talks with some countries with potential storage options for carbon dioxide, the company’s head of low carbon solutions said yesterday.
PETALING JAYA: After a subdued 2020, inflationary pressure is picking up steam this year, although government subsidies for RON95 petrol and diesel have helped to soften the impact.
AS tensions over the Taiwan Strait mount, everyone needs to think through whether war is inevitable.
A pause in regional plans helps Signature focus on its local business and turn in a profit
KUALA LUMPUR: With the gradual reopening of international borders, Maxis and Hotlink customers will be the first to experience 5G international connectivity services in Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia.
SYDNEY: Qantas Airways Ltd expects to get back to flying 100% of its pre-Covid-19 domestic capacity by January as Australian state borders open up due to surging vaccination rates, the airline’s chief executive said yesterday.
PETALING JAYA: As the economy picks up steam in the current quarter, banking sector earnings are expected to extend their recovery going into 2022 while loan growth is set to be fuelled by household loans.
PETALING JAYA: Continued interest from foreign investors kept the local market buoyant, pushing the FBM KLCI past 1,600 points as optimism remains amid the easing of movement restrictions and the ongoing strength of commodity prices.
KUALA LUMPUR: Investors’ anticipation of a rally in the FBM KLCI during the pre-Budget 2022 period has become a self-fulfilling prophecy that has propelled the benchmark index higher almost 71% of the time since the Asian Financial Crisis.