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SYDNEY: Thuy Pham has run two jobs for much of her working life, and a little over two years ago all that effort paid off when she realized a dream of buying her own home.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong announced relief measures worth HK$137.5bil (US$17.7bil) to help businesses and people crippled by the coronavirus outbreak to stay afloat, as the city joins global efforts to cushion the impact of the pandemic.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong announced relief measures worth HK$137.5 billion (US$17.7 billion) on Wednesday to help businesses and people crippled by the coronavirus outbreak to stay afloat, as the city joins global efforts to cushion the impact of the pandemic.
TAIPEI: Taiwan barred all official use of Zoom, becoming one of the first governments to impose an outright ban on the popular video-conferencing app over security concerns.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign outflows from ringgit bonds might have totaled RM12.4bil in March, based on Bank Negara Malaysia’s annual report data, Maybank Investment Bank Research said.
KUALA LUMPUR: The shuttering of plantation operations in six Sabah districts will likely drag on April CPO inventory level and provide support to prices in the near-term, says PublicInvestresearch.
WE have just gotten news that the government is forming a special Cabinet committee to bolster its stimulus package and strike a balance between economic priorities and effective enforcement of the movement control order (MCO) due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
HONG KONG: Huawei Technologies Co reported a healthy bump in revenue and earnings for 2019, in spite of a sustained effort from the United States to curtail its business on the global stage
LONDON: Banning short-selling of shares gives the impression of responding decisively to events without achieving any useful result, the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) said.
WASHINGTON/ LOS ANGELES: President Donald Trump on Sunday extended his stay-at-home guidelines until the end of April, dropping a hotly criticized plan to get the economy up and running by mid-April after a top medical adviser said more than 100,000 Americans could die from the coronavirus outbreak.