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SINGAPORE: Bonds nursed losses while stocks and commodities gained on Thursday in anticipation of a big borrowing and big spending Democrat administration driving growth, following runoff elections that gave the party control of U.S. Congress.
SEOUL (Reuters): North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will convene a rare congress of the ruling party in early January, where he will seek to rally public support and outline new long-term economic and political goals in the face of unprecedented challenges.
TOKYO: The dollar slumped to multi-year lows against many currencies on Wednesday as currency traders looked past a new delay in U.S. stimulus cheques and maintained bets additional financial aid was still likely.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will convene a rare congress of the ruling party in early January, where he will seek to rally public support and outline new long-term economic and political goals in the face of unprecedented challenges.
SHANGHAI, Nov 23 (Reuters): Asian shares rose on Monday, pushing a broad regional index to a record high as investors pinned their hopes for economic revival on coronavirus vaccines, even as the world contends with surging case numbers and delays to fresh US stimulus.
SHANGHAI: The yuan closed domestic trading at a more than 28-month high against a softer dollar on Monday, as investors welcomed Joe Biden’s election as US president and sentiment improved on hopes that a calmer White House could boost world commerce.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened firmer against the US dollar today as the greenback retreated ahead of the US presidential election outcome, an analyst said.
HONG KONG, Oct 27 (AP): Shares skidded in Asia on Tuesday after surging coronavirus cases and waning hopes for US economic stimulus gave Wall Street its worst day in a month.
SHANGHAI: The Chinese yuan retreated from a 27-month high on Thursday as a weaker-than-expected official fixing and the approval of fresh outbound investment quotas suggested authorities have become increasingly wary over the recent rapid gains in the currency.