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HONG KONG: Hong Kong stocks posted strong gains on Thursday, with the index tracking mainland stocks having its best day in more than three months, after a security law went into effect in the city this week.
SHANGHAI: China stocks rallied on Thursday, with the blue chip index hitting a near a two-and-half-year high, boosted by more government spending to prop up the economy.
S&P Global’s revision not expected to lead to capital outflows
LONDON (Reuters) - People under 20 are around half as susceptible to COVID-19 as people aged 20 or above, according to research published on Tuesday, and clinical symptoms of the pandemic disease appear in only about a fifth of infections in children and teens.
TOKYO (AFP): Honda plants in Brazil and India have halted operations as the Japanese carmaker battles to recover from a cyberattack that affected several factories worldwide.
(Reuters) - The World Health Organization's regional director for the Americas Carissa Etienne said on Tuesday that data has raised concerns that novel coronavirus cases are surging in new places in Latin America as some areas show "exponential" rises.
KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Group Bhd, which posted a net profit of RM188.1mil in the first quarter ended March 31, has withdrawn the guidance on its financial year ending Dec 31, 2020 (FY20) headline KPIs.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will provide free food grains to millions of migrant workers hardest hit by a weeks-long lockdown as well as offer employment under a rural jobs programme, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Thursday.
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia on Wednesday reported a first quarter budget deficit of 34.107 billion Saudi riyals ($9.09 billion), as oil revenue was hit hard by a combination of sliding global prices, demand and a supply glut in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Since mid-March Israelis have experienced a similar, if not stricter, lockdown to most Western nations. Unemployment has skyrocketed to over 25%, and the Bank of Israel estimates the effects of Covid-19 to be costing the economy over 1.5 billion shekels (US$420mil) per day.