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NEW YORK: Oil prices were little changed on Thursday as concerns over lower crude production in Libya offset expectations that rising coronavirus cases in India and Japan would cause energy demand to decline.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asia markets clawed back the week's losses on Thursday (April 22) after Wall Street broke a two-day dip overnight that had been sparked by Covid-19 jitters and valuation fears.
(Reuters) - Bitcoin's volatility is its main attraction as that is what gives the cryptocurrency its exponential rises, ex-Goldman Sachs bitcoin enthusiast Raoul Pal said.
NEW YORK: A gauge of stock prices across the world fell on Tuesday and oil prices also slipped as concern lingered over rising global COVID-19 cases and their effect on the global economic rebound.
ROME (Reuters) - Giuseppe Conte, the new head of Italy's 5-Star Movement, and Enrico Letta, who has just taken charge of the Democratic Party (PD), want to join forces to rebuild the country's fractured centre-left.
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain stepped up efforts on Monday to look at the case for a digital pound in response to the challenge posed by cryptocurencies such as bitcoin, and outlined plans to make its financial market more attractive after Brexit.
SYDNEY: Asian shares hit a one-month high on Monday helped by expectations monetary policy will remain accommodative the world over, while COVID-19 vaccine rollouts help ease fears of another dangerous wave of coronavirus infections.
THE promised digital euro started to take shape last week and signals from Frankfurt may offer some relief to nervy commercial banks worried about being sidelined by the latest disrupter.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia is expected to continue its current momentum into next week, with the key index to move in a tight range amid cautious market sentiment.