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LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to an intensive care unit on Monday after his coronavirus symptoms worsened though his Downing Street office said he was still conscious.
LONDON, April 6 (Reuters) - The head of Britain's biggest telecoms firm BT said he would donate his salary to health workers for at least six months and award a pay rise to his frontline staff who are maintaining broadband networks during the COVID-19 shutdown.
SOUTH Korean, Philippine and Indonesian stocks are the first in Asia Pacific to enter technical bull markets, rising over 20% from lows reached just weeks ago, as investor sentiment was buoyed by a slowing death toll in some of the world’s coronavirus hotspots.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit traded lower against the US dollar today as the safe-haven greenback remained steady across the board amid ongoing risk aversion that dampens demand for riskier currencies.
NEW YORK: Wall Street analysts and investors see a risk that stocks could retest recent lows in the coming days or weeks as they worry about the spread of the virus and its impact on the economy, although some spot glimmers of light at the end of the tunnel.
Boeing Co said on Sunday it would extend the suspension of production operations at its Washington state facilities until further notice amid the coronavirus outbreak.
SINGAPORE: Singapore will unveil additional support for businesses and households today, less than two weeks after announcing a S$48bil (RM145.4bil) stimulus package to buffer the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19).
PETALING JAYA: To say that the bulk of Malaysian businesses are going through turbulent times would be an understatement.
NEW YORK: As the true economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic becomes clear, economists seeing unprecedented data releases on an almost daily basis are gearing up for even worse to come.