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NEW YORK, July 18 (Xinhua) -- Wall Street's major averages posted mixed results during the past week as investors digested a slew of earnings reports while weighing the impact of surging coronavirus infections.
HONG KONG: Equities and crude rallied on Tuesday (May 5) as investors cheered a further easing of lockdowns in some countries, which offset a brewing row between the US and China that some fear could see them renew their trade war.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): All three of Singapore's banks are expected to see profit declines for the first time since 2016 as they set aside cash for a potential spike in bad loans stemming from the coronavirus-fueled economic slump.
TOKYO (The Straits Times/ANN): A Tokyo court has ruled against a single father, who accused his former employer Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley, of unjustly sidelining him after his only son was born, in the first paternity harassment judgment in Japan.
NEW YORK, April 8 (Xinhua) -- China is capable of navigating its economy amid the COVID-19 fallout, and opportunities for the world's largest developing economy are promising in the long run despite virus-prompted challenges, economists and market strategists have said.
Global cases of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak have shot past one million with more than 53,000 fatalities, a Reuters tally showed on Friday (Apr 4), as death tolls kept soaring in the United States and western Europe while the world economy spiralled disastrously.
BEIJING/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global cases of the new coronavirus have shot past 1 million with more than 53,000 fatalities, a Reuters tally showed on Friday, as death tolls soared in the United States and western Europe while the world economy nosedived.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian equities mostly rose and the dollar extended losses Friday, with traders buoyed by government and central bank pledges to prop up the global economy as the coronavirus sends countries into lockdown.
TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's pledge of "huge" stimulus will involve spending of at least US$137nil financed in part by deficit-covering bonds, sources say on Monday (March 23), joining global efforts to cushion the economic blow from the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.