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TORONTO/MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canada's two most populous provinces on Friday moved to clamp down further on social gatherings in a bid to slow a second wave of coronavirus infections that since the start of the pandemic now total more than 150,000 nationwide.
THE dollar advanced 1.54% to 93.35, near a two-month high as the risk sentiment dents ahead of the November US elections as well as a continued increase in Covid-19 infections.
NEW YORK: Shares fell on Wednesday and the US dollar hit its strongest level in two months as data cast a pall on the economic outlook, reaffirming concerns that new restrictions to counter coronavirus infections will hurt the recovery.
With Belarus in upheaval, its neighbours are eyeing its tech sector in the hope of attracting the talent behind global successes such as calling app Viber and the game World Of Tanks.
HONG KONG, Sept 21 (AFP): Most Asian markets fell Monday following another disappointing performance on Wall Street with investors growing concerned about an uptick in infections in Europe and the US, as well as the lack of movement in Washington on a new stimulus.
SYDNEY: Asian shares held to tight ranges on Monday, as did currencies, as investors awaited developments on U.S. fiscal stimulus and coronavirus vaccines amid a resurgence of infections in Europe.
NEW YORK: Investors are gearing up for the year’s record-breaking pace of corporate bond issuance to continue in the coming week, even after the US Federal Reserve rattled nerves at its September meeting with a gloomier-than-expected economic outlook.
TOKYO (AP): Asian shares were mostly higher Friday despite some investor attention shifting again to the uncertainties in global economies amid the coronavirus pandemic, as reflected in the overnight fall on Wall Street.
Here's the full details about The Beatles' companion book to upcoming 'Get Back' documentary.