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LONDON/TOKYO: Share prices around the world, particularly in Japan, took a hit Tuesday (Feb 25) amid mounting fears about the economic impact of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. But an anticipated solid opening on Wall Street provided some hope that the current bout of selling might ease.
KUALA LUMPUR: The PKR central leadership has sacked two of its top leaders, Datuk Seri Azmin Ali and Zuraida Kamaruddin, for their “betrayal” against party principles and for causing instability to the former Pakatan Harapan-led government.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): The Government has decided to allow Vietcombank and Vietinbank to increase their charter capital by VNĐ10 trillion (US$434.8 million) in the first quarter of this year, Deputy Prime Minister Vương Đình Huệ said last month.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN): South Korea’s major industries -- including electronics, automobiles, retail and oil refining -- are on high alert due to a surge in Covid-19 cases here, as well as the market slowdown in China, the nation’s biggest export destination.
KUALA LUMPUR: PKR central leadership has sacked two of its top leaders Datuk Seri Azmin Ali and Zuraida Kamaruddin for their "betrayal" against party principles and the effects of their actions causing instability in the Pakatan Harapan-led government.
KUALA LUMPUR (The Star/ANN): Malaysia’s stocks plunged and the ringgit fell on Monday (Feb 24) morning on a series of news that there may be a realignment of the ruling coalition and change of government.
SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - Fears mounted on Monday that the coronavirus outbreak in China will grow into a pandemic with disruptive and deadly consequences for countries around the world, after sharp rises in infections in South Korea, Italy and Iran.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy raced on Sunday to contain the biggest outbreak of coronavirus in Europe, sealing off the worst affected towns and banning public events in much of the north as a third patient died of the illness.
PETALING JAYA: The EPF dividends rate for 2019 is relatively fair considering the pressing economic challenges in Malaysia and globally, says the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC).
The reason for the low returns of the provident fund is due to the poor performance of the capital markets as a whole.