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PETALING JAYA: The gaming sector’s earnings is set to rebound in the current quarter till 2022 as the country will start treating Covid-19 as an endemic disease by end of the month.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/Asia News Network): The Covid-19 pandemic shed $43 billion from the Philippine economy last year — the eighth-highest economic toll among 15 Asian economies, as the tourism- and services-dependent region suffered from lockdowns to contain the deadly coronavirus, the think tank Japan Center for Economic Research (Jcer) said on Monday (Oct 25).
MANILA (Bloomberg): Okada Manila, one of the biggest casino resorts in the Philippines, is going public through a merger with a special purpose acquisition company led by former casino analyst Jason Ader. The deal values the property at US$2.6 billion including debt.
Microsoft on Oct 14 said it will shut down career-oriented social network LinkedIn in China, citing a “challenging operating environment” as Beijing tightens control over tech firms.
MANILA (Bloomberg): The Philippines is easing virus restrictions, allowing more businesses in the capital to reopen from Oct. 16 and loosening quarantine rules for vaccinated travellers.
HONG KONG (AFP): Hong Kong stocks plunged Monday (Oct 4) on concerns about the potential collapse of troubled property giant China Evergrande after the firm suspended trading in its shares, though most other markets in Asia rose after a strong lead from Wall Street.
DANANG (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): Markets, hotels, outdoor sports and public transport will resume in the central city from Thursday morning, though other restrictions will remain in place for now.
HONG KONG (AFP): Most Asian markets slipped Tuesday (Sept 28) with investors contemplating the prospect of rising US borrowing costs as inflation spikes, while US lawmakers' struggle to raise the debt ceiling is also agitating nerves on trading floors.
KOHLER, Wisconsin (Reuters) - Patrick Cantlay has earned a reputation as being a deep thinker and the American flexed those credentials on Wednesday when he used the card game gin, roulette and mathematics in his bid to explain why Europe dominates the Ryder Cup.