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(Reuters) - The Canadian Olympic Committee said on Friday five members from their 246-person Olympic delegation in Beijing have been placed in COVID-19 protocols ahead of next week's Winter Olympics.
THE Johor residential property market witnessed plenty of uncertainty over the past couple of years as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
STOCK markets in Asia tumbled into technical correction, with some falling into bear-market territory, over the week as investor sentiment turned cautious on geopolitical concerns as well as the impending rate hike by the United States Federal Reserve (Fed).
AFTER a strong start to the year, gold prices will drift lower in 2022 and 2023 as central banks raise interest rates, lifting bond yields and making non-yielding bullion less attractive, a Reuters poll showed.
OIL prices are on a tear. Just like there were in 2008 and from 2011 to 2014 going by recent memory. There is one notable difference today though. When oil prices surpassed US$100 (RM420) a barrel in those periods, there was vibrancy that was felt.
IN three days, we will be ushering in the Year of the Tiger, the third animal zodiac sign under the twelve animal zodiacs derived from the Great Race. Based on the Chinese calendar, this year is the year 4720 and it is a Yang year.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s external trade resgistered another historic performance in 2021, surpassing RM2 trillion for the first time, as well as recording the fastest growth since 1994.
PETALING JAYA: Not even falling ill with Covid-19 has dampened national singles shuttler Ng Tze Yong’s (pic) spirit to make a roaring comeback at the Asia Team Championships.
CENTRAL Global Bhd (CGB) may be little-known but its stock price has a tendency to come to life periodically, albeit in fits and starts. In the past 12 months, its share price has gone up from 90 sen a piece to a high of RM2.70 last June before losing almost all of that rise by the end of the year.
THE Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has been urged to consider allowing older community gardens to remain if they have not breached any rules and regulations.