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Asia shares suffer virus chills, central banks offer cold comfort
March 30, 2020. By Wayne Cole. SYDNEY (Reuters) – Asian shares slipped on Monday and oil prices took another tumble as fears mounted that the global shutdown for the coronavirus could last for months, doing untold harm to economies despite central banks’ best efforts.
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Asia Stocks Drop With Oil; U.S. Futures Recover: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. equity futures reversed an opening decline to trade higher Monday as investors took in the latest developments on the coronavirus spread. Asian shares pared losses. In a mixed day for risk assets, the dollar snapped a four-day slide, while the yen advanced along with sovereign bonds.
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares suffer virus chills, central banks offer cold comfort
* Asian stock markets : https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4. * Nikkei leads Asia lower, S&P 500 futures recoup early losses. * China, Singapore ease monetary policy. * U.S. extends social distancing guidelines to end of April. * Treasury bonds rally further, yield curves flatten. * Oil on the slide as supply engulfs demand.
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Full Article: Asia shares suffer virus chills, central banks offer cold comfort
By Wayne Cole. SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares slipped on Monday and oil prices took another tumble as fears mounted that the global shutdown for the coronavirus could last for months, doing untold harm to economies despite central banks' best efforts.
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Governments urged to provide emergency support for Airlines
Singapore (IATA) – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has written to the heads of government of 18 States in Asia-Pacific to appeal for emergency support to airlines as they fight for survival due to the dramatic loss of air travel demand due to the COVID-19 crisis.
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Asian Markets Decline, Australia Bucks Trend
, with the exception of Australia, are lower on Monday following the sharp losses on Wall Street Friday as worries about the rising number of coronavirus infections around the world and its impact on the global infection cases has risen to more than 720,000. The U.S.
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Rolling out remote learning
In late February, before the coronavirus altered daily life and work in the U.S., Meghan Perdue, a digital learning lab fellow in Open Learning and an instructor in the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, noticed some rumblings on the horizon: Universities in Asia were switching to teaching online as the virus took hold there.
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Japan stocks drop around 3% as investors assess economic impact of coronavirus pandemic
Stocks in Asia fell in afternoon trade on Monday, with Japan's Nikkei 225 down 2.68%. The global coronavirus outbreak has already infected more than 720,000 worldwide and taken at least 33,925 lives, according to data compiled by John Hopkins University.
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Asean morning news for March 27
Compiled by As of 01:19 GMT March 26 there was 4,502 active cases of COVID-19 throughout the 10 Asean member countries, an increase of 497 on the day prior. — AEC News Today. Rising economic prosperity and poverty reduction may not tell the whole story of progress in Asia and the Pacific.
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Stock Markets in Asia Signal Lingering Unease: Live Updates
Asia markets open lower as investor worries persist. Markets in the Asia-Pacific region opened broadly lower on Monday, as investors remained nervous about global economic prospects despite stabilization efforts from governments around the world. Stocks in Japan led the decline, falling more than 3....
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Foreign selling slows to RM631.9m last week
PETALING JAYA : International investors sold RM631.9 million net of local equities last week, the first time in five weeks that international funds disposed of local equities below the RM1.0 billion mark. “In comparison to its other six Asian peers that we monitor, Malaysia remains as the nation....
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Asian Markets Decline, Australia Bucks Trend
CANBERA (dpa-AFX) - Asian stock markets, with the exception of Australia, are lower on Monday following the sharp losses on Wall Street Friday as worries about the rising number of coronavirus infections around the world and its impact on the global economy dampened sentiment.
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Mitsubishi Corporation and SOHGO SECURITY SERVICES Agree to Strategic Partnership in Facility Management Business
MC will acquire a 33.4% interest in ALSOK subsidiary ALSOK Souei Co., Ltd. (Souei), which is engaged in both FM operations and security services in Japan. MC and ALSOK will also establish a joint venture company in Singapore to capture FM opportunities throughout Southeast Asia.
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Corporate Asia can no longer raid global stock markets for cheap and easy capital, just when they need it most
. The stock market crash has ended Asian companies’ access to cheap capital financing, exposing their long-nurtured dependence on capital markets, just as their need for financing is acute, and likely to come at much greater cost than before. The coronavirus pandemic has put an end to the record....
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REUTERS - Indian shares fall as coronavirus cases increase
Indian shares fall as coronavirus cases increase. Contributed by NAMPA / Reuters. * NSE index down 2.76%, BSE index falls 2.86% * Coronavirus cases cross 1000 - govt data BENGALURU, March 30 (Reuters) - Indian shares edged lower on Monday morning as the number of coronavirus infections in Asia's....
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Asia shares suffer virus chills, central banks offer what they can
There was much uncertainty about whether funds would have to buy or sell for month- and quarter-end to meet their benchmarks, many of which would have been thrown out of whack by the wild market swings seen over March. E-Mini futures for the S&P 500 ESc1 skidded 1.2% right from the bell, and Japan's Nikkei 3.
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Asian Markets Decline, Australia Bucks Trend
(RTTNews) - Asian stock markets, with the exception of Australia, are lower on Monday following the sharp losses on Wall Street Friday as worries about the rising number of coronavirus infections around the world and its impact on the global economy dampened sentiment. The global number of coronavirus infection cases has risen to more than 720,000.
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Tourists Stranded in Asia by Canceled Flights, Shut Borders
PHUKET, Thailand (AP) — From the sun-soaked beaches of Thailand to the foothills of Mount Everest, tourists across Asia are finding their dream vacations have turned into travel nightmares as airlines cancel flights and countries close their borders in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
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Coronavirus latest: Hubei reports no new cases for 6 straight days
The Nikkei Asian Review is tracking the spread of the new coronavirus that originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. Follow Global cases have reached 638,146, according to the World Health Organization. The worldwide death toll has hit 30,105. To see how the disease has spread, click this ....
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Dollar strength exposes cracks in Asian emerging-market debt
HONG KONG -- The resilient U.S. dollar and the resulting weakness in emerging-market currencies amid the coronavirus pandemic is increasing the risk of default on Asian companies' corporate debt, potentially triggering a wider credit crisis. About $115 billion in Asian emerging-market debt is set to....
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MIL-OSI Asia-Pac: Singapore’s Temasek Foundation International presents ventilators to Vietnam
On behalf of the Vietnamese Government, Vietnamese Ambassador to Singapore Tao Thi Thanh Huong received and thanked the foundation for its gifts. Since early March, the Vietnamese Government has agreed with Temasek’s proposal to hand over 10 ventilators to five Vietnamese hospitals, namely the....
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Covid-19 in India: Doctors brace for tsunami of virus cases
NEW DELHI: It's the phone calls at all hours of the night he remembers. As swine flu ravaged northern India in 2015, a radiologist working at a hospital in a Delhi suburb said people would call begging for a bed. That outbreak ultimately infected more than 31,000 people and killed nearly 2,000, as many died waiting for treatment.
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Asia shares under threat as futures fall early
Asian share markets looked set for a rocky start on Monday as U.S. stock futures took an early spill amid fears the global shutdown for the coronavirus could last for months, doing untold harm to economies. E-Mini futures for the S&P 500 skidded 1.7% right from the bell, while Nikkei futures pointed to an opening loss of around 500 points.
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Oil Plummets to 17-Year Low as Virus Threatens Demand Slump
(Bloomberg) -- Crude dropped to its lowest in 17 years in Asia as the spread of coronavirus in Europe and North America showed little sign of slowing, and as Saudi Arabia and Russia dug in their heels over a damaging war for market share. Futures in London fell as much as 7.6% to their lowest since November 2002, after losing 5.
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Startups ride wave of digital entertainment as more stay indoors
Singapore. USER activity is climbing higher and higher for digital entertainment startups in South-east Asia as more people stay indoors due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Companies ranging from an e-sports firm to a seller of portable home karaoke systems told The Business Times that more...
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Spurs star Son returns to South Korea for ‘personal reasons’
London — Tottenham forward Son Heung-min has been allowed to fly home to South Korea for “personal reasons”. Though Britain is on lockdown due to the coronavirus, the Premier League club on Sunday said Son has been given permission to return to Asia. The 27-year-old has been recovering after....
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