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US economic policy will be less capricious, more predictable and more multilateral.
PETALING JAYA: Frontliners rallying behind Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah in the country’s fight against Covid-19, echoed his call for Malaysians to stand behind them to flatten the curve again.
THEY weren’t kidding when they said when it rains it pours. Except that there was nothing pouring out of our taps but grief.
WHEN the Sia Boey Urban Archaeological Park in Penang was open to the public last year, its 250m-long water feature had about 300 koi and tilapia fingerlings.
Pandemic, floundering government complicate Budget 2021
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Fears that the COVID-19 pandemic might have a dire impact on women's sport in Australia have eased in recent months and on Thursday 120 of the world's best cricketers were gathered in Sydney for the 2020 Women's Big Bash League.
The stronger-than-expected U.S. economic rebound from coronavirus lows could set up an early test for the Federal Reserve's new pledge to keep interest rates near zero and its increased tolerance for inflation.
BOSTON: As Americans go to the polls, some of the more influential observers of the election process will be the agencies that determine the country’s credit rating.