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NEW YORK: The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended at a record high on Wednesday, driven higher by energy and other economically sensitive sectors, while the Nasdaq closed in red as megacap growth stocks slipped.
Argo AI, the self-driving startup backed by Ford Motor Co and Volkswagen AG, has developed a sensor it believes will be key to commercialising autonomous transportation in cities, suburbs and on the highway.
SYDNEY: Asian stocks climbed to six-week highs on Monday amid signs the world economic recovery was still well on track, though rising COVID-19 cases in the region weighed on sentiment, pushing oil prices lower.
LAU King Howe Hospital Memorial Museum in Sibu — the sole medical museum in Malaysia — will be renovated and upgraded to preserve its rich history.
WASHINGTON: Taiwan and Thailand risk joining Vietnam and Switzerland in running afoul of U.S. currency manipulation triggers in Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's first foreign exchange report, expected this week, but whether she applies that label is unclear.
HONG KONG (AFP): Most markets rose in Asian trade Wednesday (April 14) as investors shook off a forecast-topping US inflation print and concerns over Johnson & Johnson's vaccine, instead turning their attention to the earnings season.
MONTREAL: Air Canada reached a deal with the Canadian government for loans and equity worth nearly C$5.9bil (US$4.7bil or RM19.44bil), a package to help the airline get through the pandemic and restore flights to remote parts of the country.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Publicly-listed PT Indosat, Indonesia’s third-largest telecommunications firm, recently sealed a deal to sell more than 4,200 towers worth US$750 million in raising capital to expand its internet network in the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened easier against the US dollar despite news that Malaysia will be removed from the FTSE Russell Watch List and will retain its membership in the FTSE World Government Bond Index.
HONG KONG: Bilibili Inc, which is backed by Alibaba Group, tumbled as much as 6.8% in its Hong Kong stock debut on Monday as analysts said a U.S. regulatory crackdown on listed foreign firms hit enthusiasm for the Chinese online video site.