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KUALA LUMPUR: Following are the highlights of Bank Negara Malaysia's (BNM) Financial Stability Review -- First Half 2020 released on Wednesday, which provides an assessment on the current and potential risks to financial stability and resilience of the Malaysian financial system.
WASHINGTON: Some G20 creditor countries are reluctant to broaden and extend another year of coronavirus debt service relief to the world's poorest countries, so a six-month compromise may emerge this week, World Bank President David Malpass said on Monday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Celcom Axiata Bhd has suspended dealers that failed to perform identity verification for new prepaid SIM card registrations in 2019.
TOKYO: The Tokyo Stock Exchange suspended share trading for the full day on Thursday as a glitch in its electronic trading system caused the worst outage ever suffered by the world's third-largest stock market.
OSLO: Oil rig operator Borr Drilling Ltd has agreed with lenders to postpone the deadline for repayment of some of its debt, and aims to raise capital through equity as it seeks to overcome a demand slump, the company said late Tuesday.
PETALING JAYA: Airasia Group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes has quashed news that AirAsia Japan is to suspend all flights for most of October.
BANGKOK: Thai Airways International Pcl, the nation’s flagship carrier, has received court approval for its business restructuring.
BANGKOK: Thai Airways International Pcl, the nation’s flagship carrier, faces one of its biggest challenges in its 60-year history, with a local court set to rule on its debt restructuring today.
THE ringgit exchange rate against the US dollar strengthened to its highest level since February this year, boosted by improving local economic data and the greenback weakness.