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BENGALURU: Business sentiment among Asian firms rebounded in the third quarter as easing coronavirus restrictions lifted sales but lingering uncertainty over the pandemic thwarted a return to business-as-usual, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed.
SHANGHAI (Reuters): US companies in China are increasingly fretful that trade tensions between the world's two biggest economies will drag out over years and nearly a third said their ability to retain staff had been affected, a survey showed.
PETALING JAYA: After a sharp V-shaped rebound after the movement control order (MCO), the Malaysian manufacturing sector appears to have moved towards stabilisation
PETALING JAYA: Banks, which largely recorded weaker second-quarter (Q2) earnings after booking significantly higher net provisions, will continue to be watched with the six-month loan moratorium coming to an end this month.
TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's signature shock-and-awe 'Abenomics' stimulus strategy was already faltering even before his decision on Friday to step down due to health reasons.
Malaysia’s exports may grow at uneven pace in second half
TOKYO: Japan's manufacturers were their least pessimistic in four months in August, the Reuters Tankan survey of business sentiment showed on Tuesday, but signalled a slow recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR: LPI Capital Bhd recorded a 9.2% increase in net profit to RM77.4mil in the second quarter ended June 30, 2020, versus RM70.78mil in the previous corresponding quarter due mainly to a fair value gain on investments.