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KUALA LUMPUR: Trading volume across Bursa Malaysia breached the 10 billion units again as investors continued to chase gloves stocks.
BEGALURU: London-listed shares rose more than 1% on Monday as retailers prepared to reopen stores following a months-long coronavirus-led lockdown, with Primark's owner pushing ahead to restart all its England shops on June 15.
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BUMI Armada Bhd, the service provider to oil and gas companies, has provided for no less than RM5.8bil as impairments for its assets since the financial year 2016. The bulk of the provisioning was taken up at the group level.
SHANGHAI: China stocks edged up on Friday to end the week higher, as expectations that Beijing would take necessary measures to underpin the world's second-largest economy overshadowed concerns over escalating US-China tensions.
HONG KONG: China shares ended firmer on Thursday as investors anticipated further policy support from the ongoing Chinese parliamentary meeting, but gains were curbed amid a standoff between Washington and Beijing over a new Hong Kong security law.
HONG KONG: China shares declined on Thursday as investors were rattled about a standoff between Washington and Beijing over a new Hong Kong law and awaited clues of further policy support from the ongoing Chinese parliamentary meeting.
SHANGHAI: China and Hong Kong stocks weakened on Wednesday as rising US-China tensions and renewed street protests in Hong Kong curbed risk appetite.
HONG KONG shares ended higher on Tuesday, mirroring a broader rally across Asia, as investors welcomed the promise of more stimulus in China and the gradual re-opening of the global economy.
OIL rose above US$34 a barrel following a prediction from Russia that the market may rebalance as early as next month after historic output cuts from global producers to drain a glut.