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Fashion is never static. Trends come and go, aesthetic evolves. Yet 2020 has proven to be one wild ride for the industry, from surviving a pandemic to developing a conscience.
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KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia, automotive companies, Toyo Ventures, Kim Loong, Duopharma Biotech, MISC, Minho and Artroniq (formerly known as Plastrade Technology) are among the stocks to watch on Wednesday, JF Apex Research says.
NEW YORK: Asian shares retreated on Wednesday as investors cashed in on a recent rally, while the euro flirted with highs not seen in more than 2-1/2 years on as hopes of a gradual global economic recovery supported demand for riskier currencies.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will convene a rare congress of the ruling party in early January, where he will seek to rally public support and outline new long-term economic and political goals in the face of unprecedented challenges.
NEW YORK: Wall Street lost ground on Tuesday, retreating from intraday highs, while oil prices gained ground as investors looked to Washington for signs that an enhanced stimulus package would pass a U.S. Senate vote.
SINGAPORE: The global economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic is going to be led by Asia, and particularly by China, said Bernard Yeung, a professor at the National University of Singapore Business School.
BANGKOK: Gold sales in Thailand are surging as households reach for a financial lifeline amid the pandemic, a tactic that risks complicating government efforts to tame an export-stifling rally in the nation’s currency.
TOKYO: In a surprisingly strong year for initial public offerings globally, Japan’s 2020 market debutantes enjoyed their best opening share performances since the dotCom bubble era, helped by a groundswell of retail investors hungry for tech issues.
NEW DELHI: Food Corp of India (FCI), the state grain procurement agency, buys rice and wheat from growers every season at guaranteed prices but farmers fear that those purchases may end under new agricultural laws at the centre of recent protests.