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SINGAPORE: Crude oil futures jumped 10% on Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he expected Saudi Arabia and Russia to reach a deal soon to end their oil price war and Russian President Vladimir Putin called for a solution to "challenging" oil markets.
SINGAPORE: Asian share markets were pinned down on Thursday, haunted by the rising U.S. coronavirus death toll, and with investors braced for more signs of economic pain in the world's largest economy ahead of another likely record week of jobless claims.
MELBOURNE: U.S. crude oil futures opened 5% higher on Thursday, reversing Wednesday's losses, despite growing concerns about a looming economic depression due to the coronavirus pandemic.
SINGAPORE: Crude oil futures surged on Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he expected Saudi Arabia and Russia to reach a deal soon to end their oil price war and Russian President Vladimir Putin called for a solution to "challenging" oil markets.
PETALING JAYA: A complete standstill in loan growth in the next few months as a result of a disruption by the movement control order (MCO) amid the outbreak of Covid-19 is expected for local lenders.
TOKYO: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe now has a record stimulus plan to help Japan’s households and businesses survive the coronavirus pandemic. History suggests there will be even more to come.
WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump said the United States would meet with Saudi Arabia and Russia with the goal of staunching an historic plunge in oil prices.
U.K. banks trading in Hong Kong plunged after they scrapped dividends and buybacks at the urging of regulators to steel capital levels against the deepening fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.
TOKYO: Global crude oil prices slid further on Wednesday, following their biggest-ever quarterly and monthly losses, as a bigger-than-expected rise in U.S. inventories and a widening rift within OPEC heightened oversupply fears.
IN times when not only the Malaysian but the global economy is in massive turmoil, a new ranking compiled by international market research firm Statista provides some positive news for a change, it shows the country’s fastest growing companies, based on revenue growth between the years 2015-2018.