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SYDNEY: Chinese consumption, a key growth driver in an economy transitioning from investment, is set to take a blow from the coronavirus outbreak that hit just as millions of people set out on vacation, S&P Global Ratings said.
TOKYO: Asian shares held their ground on Friday as trade slowed for the Lunar New Year, despite investors fears that a new coronavirus in China could spread faster as millions of people would be travelling over the week-long holiday.
Analysts say Bank Negara's rate cut will protect growth amid headwinds
PETALING JAYA: While Bank Negara’s decision to cut the Overnight Policy Rate (OPR) by 25bps to 2.75% was widely unexpected by analysts, the general reaction to the move was that the impact – on most sectors – would be minimal.PETALING JAYA: While Bank Negara’s decision to cut the Overnight Policy Rate (OPR) by 25bps to 2.75% was widely unexpected by analysts, the general reaction to the move was that the impact – on most sectors – would be minimal.
MANILA: The Philippine economy gathered momentum in the final quarter even though full-year growth slid to an eight-year low and missed the target, tempered by weakness in agriculture and the impact of budget approval delays.
MANILA: Philippine economic growth accelerated further in the fourth quarter after the government boosted infrastructure spending.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - After three months of political paralysis, Lebanon has finally formed a government under Prime Minister Hassan Diab. Now comes the task of saving the country from a biting financial crisis and winning over investors and foreign donors.
PETALING JAYA: The surprise move by Bank Negara to reduce the overnight policy rate (OPR) to 2.75% – the lowest level in nearly nine years – has rattled banking stocks as margin compression fears kick in.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland's main opposition party Fianna Fail, leading in opinion polls before a Feb. 8 election, will boost annual contributions to the state's Rainy Day Fund if elected in an attempt to further shield the treasury from potential future shocks.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon ushered in a new government that will need to walk a political tightrope, as President Michel Aoun said its main task was to win back international confidence that could unlock the funding the crisis-hit country badly needs.