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NEW YORK: Asian markets looked set to rise on Tuesday as investors weighed growing expectations of an economic rebound in China and a resurgent U.S. services industry, brushing off worries about a spike in U.S. coronavirus cases.
RESIDENTS in Taman Setia, Klang, are fed up with the never-ending problem of illegal rubbish dumping in their neighbourhood.
This woman asks Thelma what to do as her husband desires for them to start a family but he is saddled with debts, with loan sharks knocking on his parents' door. Also, he has been abusive towards her.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Doctors and nurses have won praise for their efforts to contain Moscow's coronavirus crisis, but a monument unveiled on Friday celebrates different frontline workers: delivery men and women.
Tesla Inc is building mobile molecule printers to help make the potential Covid-19 vaccine being developed by CureVac in Germany.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. Federal Reserve's massive stash of bonds and other assets slipped for a third straight week to its smallest size since mid-May, data released by the central bank on Thursday showed.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Herman Cain, a 2012 Republican presidential candidate, has been diagnosed with CVOID-19 and admitted to an Atlanta-area hospital, according to a statement on Thursday on his Twitter feed.
NEW YORK: The Federal Reserve edged towards a longer-range plan for monetary policy at its meeting last month, raising serious questions about a strategy known as yield curve control that is untested in the United States, and signaling it may rely on explicit promises about its inflation or employment goals to steer public expectations.
Trendy feeding practices are linked to potential health problems, international study finds.
BENGALURU: Indonesia's stocks and currency were driven in opposite directions on Thursday by rising bets for arate cut, while the baht drifted lower on Thailand's plans for a bigger budget deficit to revive its Covid-19 coronavirus-battered economy.