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KUALA LUMPUR: Palm oil extended an advance to the highest level in two months on Tuesday amid signs of sustained weakness in Malaysia’s production.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. retail sales unexpectedly increased in June as demand for goods remained strong even as spending is shifting back to services, bolstering expectations that economic growth accelerated in the second quarter.
NEVER is there a time that is more crucial for companies and enterprises to maintain their resilience and strength than during this ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
CAPE TOWN: The world’s deepest precious-metals mines, together with giant iron-ore and coal pits are providing an unexpected boon to a South African economy slowly recovering from its biggest contraction in a century.
PETALING JAYA: The average selling prices (ASPs) for gloves are expected to stay above pre-Covid-19 pandemic levels although they may trend lower as the urgency for the product subsides amid global vaccination programmes.
PETALING JAYA: One of the biggest mergers in South-East Asia’s telecoms industry is in the works between Celcom Axiata Bhd and Digi.com Bhd. But will it really help spur more competition for better customer experience or stifle it since the enlarged entity will control nearly 50% of the mobile subscriber market share.
CHINA Evergrande Group’s favored tactic to squeeze bearish speculators is to repurchase shares, mopping up liquidity in the stock and driving up its price.
CHICAGO: U.S. soybean oil futures rallied to a record high on Monday, with tight supplies in focus due to strong demand from the biofuel sector as drivers return to roads following COVID-19 related shutdowns