Thursday,
02 April 2020

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Asia markets extend Wall Street losses on coronavirus fears (4)
AFP Traders' focus has returned to the devastation wrought on populations and the long-term impact of the pandemic Representative Image (AFP) Hong Kong: Equity markets fell in Asia on Thursday, tracking a sharp drop on Wall Street as the deadly coronavirus sweeps the planet, with the infection rate fast approaching one million and forcing countries to tighten already strict lockdown measures aimed at containing the disease.
Oil rebounds on hopes of US intervention to end price war (3)
Last Updated On 02 April,2020 08:29 am Oil rebounded in Asian trade Thursday on hopes for a US intervention to end Saudi-Russia price war. SINGAPORE (AFP) - Oil rebounded in Asian trade Thursday on hopes for a US intervention to end a Saudi-Russia price war amid the escalating coronavirus pandemic. Analysts said however that gains are likely to be limited as demand struggles because of business shutdowns, the grounding of air travel and
Ringgit opens lower amid signs of extended MCO (1)
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 10:03 AM MYT KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened lower against the US dollar today as worries of an extension of the Movement Control Order (MCO) drove investors to seek shelter in the safe-haven greenback. At 9.05 am, the local note stood at 4.3750 against the US dollar compared with Wednesday's close of 4.3500/3650. AxiCorp global chief market strategist Stephen Innes said the emerging
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