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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine President Mauricio Macri called on "angry" voters to get behind him ahead of presidential elections next week, as he looks to defy the odds and rein in Peronist challenger Alberto Fernandez, who beat him heavily in a primary vote in August.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Thousands of demonstrators poured into Lebanon's streets on Saturday for a third day of anti-government protests, directing growing rage at a political elite they blame for driving the country to the economic brink.
WASHINGTON: Group of 20 finance leaders on Friday agreed to set strict regulations on cryptocurrencies such as Facebook's Libra, warning that issuance of such "stablecoins" should not be allowed until various global risks they pose are addressed.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon is closer to a financial crisis than at any time since at least the war-torn 1980s as allies, investors and this week nationwide protests pile pressure on the government to tackle a corrupt system and enact long-promised reforms.
SINGAPORE: The phenomenon of the dollar’s strength against emerging-market currencies during U.S. stock market sell-offs -- the so-called Dollar Smile -- has diminished.
People took to the streets across Lebanon to protest dire economic conditions after a government decision to tax calls made on messaging applications sparked widespread outrage.
TAIPEI: Taiwan’s largest stock is so dominant it’s even underpinning a surge in the local currency.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit slipped at the opening Friday, amid the lower crude oil price despite a commitment by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies to cut their oil production by 1.2 million barrel-per-day until March next year, a dealer said.
KUALA LUMPUR: The recent tabling of Budget 2020 was not enough to revive confidence in the stock market against the lingering pessimism that could spill over into FY20, says Kenanga research.
LONDON/NEW YORK: A deal on Britain's departure agreed with the European Union sent sterling to a five-month high on Thursday and hoisted European stocks to a 1-1/2-year peak before doubts about UK parliamentary support brought them back to earth.