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KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia’s intervention in the financial market through overnight policy rate (OPR) cuts, liquidity injection and releasing debt reserve has helped keep it orderly as it was pre-Covid-19.
SINGAPORE/BEIJING: China's diesel demand is likely to hit a record this year powered by trucking activity, as Beijing's aggressive stimulus fuels a construction and delivery boom and a speedy recovery in heavy machinery sales, analysts say.
BOSTON: Asian shares were set for a largely flat start on Friday as markets weighed a pause in Wall Street's multi-month stock rebound and awaited the release of Chinese economic data later in the session.
NEW YORK: Stocks ticked down from six-month highs on Thursday on concern over a stalled U.S. economic relief deal, while oil fell and the euro edged up against the U.S. dollar.
NEW YORK: Gold headed for back-to-back gains following wild swings as investors weighed the outlook for the metal’s record-setting rally, tracking moves in bond yields, a weaker dollar, as well as an uptick in risk appetite.
BEIJING: China hopes the United States will stop taking restrictive and discriminatory action against Chinese firms and create conditions for the implementation of a Phase 1 trade deal, Assistant Minister of Commerce Ren Hongbin said on Thursday.
NEW YORK: Crude prices rose more than 2% on Wednesday after government data showed U.S. oil inventories fell across the board, bolstering hopes that fuel demand in the world's biggest economy will withstand the coronavirus pandemic.
BANGKOK: Former banker Predee Daochai was inaugurated as Thailand’s new finance minister in Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha’s revamped Cabinet that’s tasked to lead the country out of its worst ever economic crisis amid mounting anti-government protests.
SINGAPORE: Gold sank below US$1,900 an ounce to head for its biggest two-day loss in more than seven years as investors step back from one of the hottest trades of 2020.