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WASHINGTON: U.S. consumer and public interest groups on Monday kept up the pressure on Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell to impose stricter ethics rules on Fed officials, after two Fed bank presidents resigned because of controversial investing activity last year.
LONDON: For Tom Reddy, it was the disgusting conditions that convinced him to quit as a British trucker, with few toilets and even fewer showers forcing drivers into desperate solutions at the side of the road.
BRUSSELS: European Parliament members on Monday rejected three attempts by some lawmakers to block the European Union's proposed rulebook for sustainable investments, as Brussels edges towards completing the first part of the landmark rules.
NEW YORK: Oil prices gained on Monday for a fifth straight day, with Brent at its highest since October 2018 and heading for $80, as investors fretted about tighter supplies because of rising demand in parts of the world.
NEW YORK U.S. government borrowing costs advanced for a sixth week on Monday, hurting tech stocks as investors bet on rising interest rates, while three-year high oil prices ignited the energy sector.
BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's central bank vowed to protect consumers exposed to the housing market on Monday and injected more cash into the banking system, the clearest sign yet the authorities could move to contain contagion risks from ailing developer China Evergrande.
LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices rose for a fifth straight day on Monday with Brent at its highest since October 2018 and heading for US$80 amid supply concerns as demand picks up in parts of the world with the easing of pandemic restrictions.
KUALA LUMPUR: The tabling of the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP) has failed to excite investors with the FBM KLCI gaining a mere 0.06%.
SYDNEY: Asian shares nudged higher on Monday as risk sentiment turned for the better, though a surge in oil prices to three-year highs could inflame inflation fears and aggravate the recent hawkish turn by some major central banks.
UK suspends competition laws to allow fuel companies to tackle shortages