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SHANGHAI/BANGKOK: Blocked highways. Stranded workers. Dwindling supplies. Shipping and air freight companies also hamstrung.
SINGAPORE: Palladium surged above US$2,800 an ounce, extending its record-breaking rally on forecasts for a widening deficit. Gold is trading near the highest level since 2013 on concerns over the spread of the new coronavirus and how it’s impacting global growth.
SHANGHAI/SINGAPORE: The International Monetary Fund reiterated that global economic growth appears to be bottoming out, though also cautioned that risks including the coronavirus dominate the outlook. "After a marked slowdown last year, global economic activity is expected to moderately strengthen in 2020,” the IMF said in a surveillance note released Wednesday (Feb 18).
HONG KONG: Asian markets rebounded on Wednesday (Feb 19) as hopes the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak will have only a short-term impact on corporate earnings and economic growth prevailed.
SINGAPORE: Singapore pledged billions of dollars in its budget to counter the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, before elections due by next year.
PETALING JAYA: Boosted by its liquified natural gas (LNG) business and a turnaround in its petroleum segment, MISC Bhd posted a net profit that came in RM8.7% higher to RM1.42bil for the financial year ended Dec 31,2019 (FY19) from the RM1.31bil a year ago.
MUMBAI: Gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are popular again, as risks to the global economy escalate even as jewellery sales languish in the world’s second-biggest consumer of the precious metal.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - As investors crunch numbers to determine how the coronavirus will hit China’s economy, hedge fund manager Nathaniel Polachek has tied much of his outlook to the fate of a ship anchored near Weihai, China.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea President Moon Jae-in said on Tuesday the government should make an all-out effort to cushion the economic impact from China's coronavirus outbreak, boosting expectations of further monetary easing.
PETALING JAYA: Banks in Malaysia may see further compression in net interest margin (NIM) by three to four basis points (bps) should the central bank cut interest rates again in the coming months to support the country’s slowing economy.