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PRISTINA (Reuters) - Kosovo and Serbia agreed on Monday to launch direct commercial flights after a two-decade interval in a deal mediated by the United States in an attempt to push the two former foes closer to normalising relations.
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite the increase in prices for mandarin oranges, many are still stocking up on the fruit to preserve the Chinese culture and tradition.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE: The International Monetary Fund predicted the world economy will strengthen in 2020, albeit at a slightly slower pace than previously anticipated amid threats related to trade and tensions in the Middle East.
KUALA LUMPUR: The foreign tide were back in buying mode on Bursa last week, snapping up RM320.9mil net of local equities, according to MIDF Research.
WITH stocks on Wall Street at the extremes of 2000, the start of the dotcom crash, will improved prospects for the global economy give the extra spur to markets?
BACK in October of 2019, the US Fed began buying $60bil of Treasury bills per month, causing a substantial increase in not only its balance sheet but also the overall global money supply.
Trade deal and tech war are in ‘parallel universes’ with minor progress on tariffs a mere sticking plaster in wider deterioration, academic says.
IT was an eventful week in the US markets as the much awaited “phase one” trade deal between the US and China was officially signed at the White House on Wednesday, de-escalating their 18-month conflict.
BEIJING: In a letter read out during Wednesday’s trade deal signing at the White House, Chinese leader Xi Jinping asked US President Donald Trump to take steps to "enhance mutual trust and cooperation between us.” But the fact is, that is anything but easy.
BANGKOK: The trade agreement signed by President Donald Trump and Beijing's lead trade envoy comes amid seismic shifts in supply chains and investment hastened by the tariff war that began in 2018. For Thailand, that's meant some fallout from reduced demand for certain products but increased exports of other items.