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Feng shui master Kenny Hoo says this Rat year is very auspicious as it is a Double-Spring Year. More couples will be getting married, more babies will be conceived and delivered, and more people will move into new houses, buy new properties and start new companies.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa saw the lowest number of mine deaths on record last year, with 51 people killed compared to 81 the previous year, the mines ministry said on Friday.
THIS time, it might just work. Telenor ASA and Axiata Group Bhd. are back at the negotiating table. Joining forces in South and Southeast Asia still makes sense for both carriers.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices were steady on Friday, but on track for a fall of up to 5% for the week on growing concern that fuel demand will weaken as the spread of a respiratory virus from China that has killed 25 so far dents travel and darkens the economic outlook.
BEIJING: Palladium’s extraordinary rally has the potential for prices to test US$3,000 an ounce, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc’s Jeffrey Currie, who twinned that outlook with a warning that such peaks wouldn’t last for long as the record levels would erode demand.
MANILA: Three security guards were caught pilfering relief goods intended for victims of the Taal Volcano eruption at an evacuation centre in Batangas province.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): Olam International Ltd, one of Asia’s biggest agricultural firms, is splitting its food business from the rest of its commodities trading in a move to profit from rapidly shifting consumer tastes.
SANAA/ADEN (Reuters) - Yemen's warring sides opened a new front in their five-year conflict on Saturday - a battle over old and new banknotes that threatens to create two economies in the same state.
MOVING away from traditional asset classes for any investor is not an easy task as it involves understanding a particular asset class, its behavioural aspects, what determines its value and whether one can profit from it or otherwise.
KUALA LUMPUR: Manulife Investment Management (M) Bhd will continue to focus on stocks related to commodities, technology, as well as electrical and electronics (E&E) this year.