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HONG KONG (AFP): Most Asian markets rebounded Tuesday (June 22) from the previous day's sell-off as concerns about the pace of expected Federal Reserve monetary tightening eased, while oil prices pushed to new two-year highs above $75 on demand optimism.
TOKYO (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore, with its unique place in the world in its understanding of both Western and Eastern cultures, can play a key role in helping countries navigate tensions between the United States and China, a former Japanese politician has said.
Summary of business stories: EPF e-Payroll, Economic Action Council (EAC) secretariat, Serba Dinamik and Berjaya Corp
The ringgit is likely to trade on a downward bias against the US dollar next week mainly influenced by external factors.
This World Refugee Day, we look at a programme in Malaysia that is helping young refugees get into higher education despite the challenges.
Why we should nudge behaviours towards the desired policy outcome that serves a common good.
For millennia, people have looked at climatic differences to explain cultural variations around the world.
China’s market rebound in second half looks unlikely as policy tightening will hold back rally, BCA Research says
China’s domestic policy backdrop and economic fundamentals do not support a sustained rally in stocks in next six months, Canadian research firm saysChances of Beijing reversing policy tightening in case of a weakening in sentiment are low
NEW DELHI: Unprecedented stimulus spending is leading to some early signs of recovery in the financial health of Indian companies after a tragic second wave of Covid-19.
JAKARTA/SINGAPORE (Reuters): A plan by the Group of Seven nations to counter Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative has been welcomed by countries in China's immediate orbit of influence but will need to overcome doubts about Western commitment to emerging market projects.