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BEIJING: Relax, eat out and shop. That’s the latest message from the Chinese government to its people, after months of warning them to stay indoors because of the coronavirus.
WITH many people confined to their homes through the movement control order, there is a lot of time for catching up on reading, watching TV or anything to whittle the time away.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government’s RM250bil stimulus package has not gone down well with owners of small and large businesses.
PETALING JAYA: Mediums that cannot be accessed from home are already feeling the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19), according to Magna Malaysia chief investment officer Audrey Chong.
KUALA LUMPUR: With most Malaysians now working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic and extended movement control order (MCO) until April 14, there has also been an increase in complaints of slow internet.
HONG KONG: As thousands of Hong Kong citizens and expatriates return to the city, many are seeking refuge in hotels, fearful that cramped apartments in one of the world's most expensive property markets could put families or flatmates at risk.
PETALING JAYA: An increasing number of banks have resorted to closing some of their physical branches and moving their presence online temporarily during the movement control order (MCO) period to protect staff and customers from the Covid-19 pandemic.
SYDNEY/HONG KONG: Asian shares sank on Monday as a rising tide of national lockdowns threatened to overwhelm policymakers' frantic efforts to cushion what is likely to be a deep global recession.
KUALA LUMPUR: Some brokers are calling for a suspension of short selling because there are loopholes on Bursa Malaysia’s updated regulations on the matter, as it is a measure that would bring about more stability to the stock market and reduce distortion to prices.
BEIJING: Tencent Holdings Ltd is set to give a glimpse of how the world’s largest gaming company has fared from the coronavirus outbreak after curbs forced millions to stay at home, driving up demand for online games and streaming services.