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The Philippine economy shrank by more than expected in the first quarter of 2021, supporting views that the central bank will keep interest rates at a record-low at a policy meeting this week.
Thailand's economy likely shrank in the first quarter of this year, a Reuters poll showed on Friday, as coronavirus outbreaks in the beginning of 2021 hurt consumption and tourism, slowing the pace of the economic recovery.
LIMA (Reuters) - Peru's polarized presidential election race is tightening further, an opinion poll showed on Friday, with socialist candidate Pedro Castillo's lead being trimmed by right-wing opponent Keiko Fujimori just weeks before the June 6 ballot.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan said on Friday it would declare a state of emergency in three more prefectures hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, in a surprise move reflecting growing concerns about the virus's spread.
TOKYO: Japan's economy is set to grow much slower than previously hoped this quarter, hobbled by extended emergency measures put in place to halt a rise in coronavirus infections, a Reuters poll showed.
BENGALURU: The economic growth outlook for the euro zone this year is unchanged from last month, which was the lowest expected rate since early in the pandemic, a Reuters poll showed, while inflationary pressures were seen lagging the United States.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Only about 24% of Brazilians think the administration of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro has been "good" or "great," his lowest popularity rating since taking office in 2019 and down from 30% in March.
By Dr Rais Hussin.
CHICAGO: U.S. soybean futures set an 8-1/2-year high on Wednesday after a key U.S. government crop report projected that supplies of the oilseed would remain tight even after the 2021 U.S. harvest
AMSTERDAM: Dutch bank ABN Amro has reported a net loss of €54mil (US$66mil or RM272mil) over the first three months of 2021, as a hefty fine for money laundering outweighed the positive impact of economic recovery in the Netherlands.