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MILAN (Reuters) - Italy reported another daily record for COVID-19 cases on Saturday as the government planned further restrictions to contain a resurgence of the pandemic, despite a second night of street protests against curfews ordered this week.
BANGKOK, Oct 24 (Bloomberg): Thailand is set for a fresh wave of street protests by pro-democracy activists with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha ignoring their deadline to quit by Saturday.
JAKARTA, Oct 24 (Reuters): Indonesia's workers will stage further mass protests across the country if President Joko Widodo signs new jobs measures into law next week, the head of the main labour group said on Saturday.
SINGAPORE, Oct 24 (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore will stage a live sporting event with fans for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic next Friday (Oct 30), as 250 spectators will be allowed inside the Singapore Indoor Stadium for One Championship's Inside the Matrix fight event.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's workers will stage further mass protests across the country if President Joko Widodo signs new jobs measures into law next week, the head of the main labour group said on Saturday.
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 (Bernama): Bursa Malaysia is likely to see some knee-jerk reaction next week, pushing the FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) downward and keeping it below the 1,500-point mark.
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 (Bernama): The ringgit is projected to trade within a tight range next week with a bias towards on the weaker side as the US dollar is likely to strengthen further.
MUMBAI, Oct 24 (Reuters): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi held his first election rally late on Friday (Oct 24) since the Covid-19 (coronavirus) took hold in the country in March, drawing thousands of cheering supporters standing shoulder to shoulder and ignoring social distancing rules.
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 (Bernama): International investors are still actively trading on Bursa despite the lingering political jitters based on the average daily traded value (ADTV) on a four-day basis from Monday to Thursday (Oct 19-22, 2020) which remained at a commendable at RM1.5 billion.
PETALING JAYA: A proclamation of an emergency could adversely impact the economy and Malaysia's image in the eyes of foreign investors and the global community, cautions Parti Amanah Negara.