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Washington's latest accusation that China is dumping wooden cabinets and vanities on U.S. shores sums up the mood between the two warring sides as they head into another round of high-level discussions
BRUSSELS: Malaysia will present legal and technical arguments this week against an EU plan to limit the use of palm oil, the head of the country's marketing agency said on Tuesday, opposing a move that could lead to an eventual ban on the edible oil.
NEW YORK: Stock markets around the world retreated on Monday amid concerns over the potential wider impact of a trade spat between China and the United States, while oil prices rallied to a four-year high after OPEC ignored U.S. calls to raise supply.
NEW YORK: The free fall in Italy’s debt underscored that even one of Europe’s biggest debt markets is subject to the traders’ adage that liquidity often dries up just when you need it most.
MOST Malaysians, including myself, went to bed in the early hours of Thursday morning after hearing the news that the Pakatan Harapan coalition of four parties had won a simple majority of 113 seats out of the 222 parliamentary seats contested in the 14th General Election.
TOKYO: The dollar dropped on Friday, having pulled sharply back from six-week highs after U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium took the wind out of the greenback's week-long recovery.
FOLLOWING the appointment last month of James Gaubert as head of digital and social, Ogilvy and Mather Malaysia continues to expand its impressive line-up with the addition of WPP Fellow and strategic planner, Christopher Knight.
LONDON: Technology stocks fell across Europe and Asia on Monday after the worst day for Apple shares in more than a year, while the euro and its bonds rallied after a bumper weekend for pro-EU and pro-business politics in France and Italy.
LONDON: Market bets on how volatile the pound will be over the next 24 hours surged to their highest in a year on Thursday as Britain began voting in a parliamentary election which some polls show has become too close to call.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit rose against several key currencies, notching a gain of nearly 1% to the weakening pound sterling but it was not enough to lure buyers into the equities markets after an earlier slump in crude oil prices.