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MUMBAI: India’s government is running out of options to fund its budget and may soon have to knock on the central bank’s door once again for support.
FRANKFURT: The economic fallout from the coronavirus has battered a sector that never recovered from the global financial crisis more than a decade ago. The focus for the rest of the year is on how banks can handle looming loan losses, whether any will be able to pay dividends, and possible further regulatory relief.
WHEN the Australian government backed the United States’ hostile stance towards China over the Covid-19 pandemic, it underestimated China’s reaction. And in further becoming entangled in the web of rivalry, spats and a trade war woven by US President Donald Trump, Australia is behaving like a “small brother to the United States”, as China puts it, and is failing to consider the risk it faces.
AS the Covid-19 virus reached pandemic proportions, national borders closures and country lockdowns led to diminished consumer demand and a collapse of industrial production and service industries
MUMBAI: India’s foreign-exchange reserves are at a record and approaching the US$500bil mark, and yet, the rupee is Asia’s worst performer over the past three months.
Asian companies are at a higher risk of default in the coming quarters than last year, a Reuters analysis of their credit ratios showed, as the coronavirus pandemic has squeezed revenue and made it harder to refinance debt.
PETALING JAYA: Fitch Ratings expects the growing presence of tax and policy initiatives in Malaysia may lead to incremental growth in assets under management (AUM) in Malaysian Islamic funds.
KUALA LUMPUR: Fitch Ratings expects the growing presence of tax and policy initiatives in Malaysia may lead to incremental growth in assets under management (AUM) in Malaysian Islamic funds.
Non-bank/tech players take long-term view of outlook
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia on Friday halved the number of people expected to be covered by its coronavirus wage subsidy scheme due to reporting errors and after swiftly controlling the outbreak, a revision that will save the government around A$60 billion ($39 billion).