A man walks by an electronic stock board of a securities firm in Tokyo on Wednesday. Associated Press
Investors shrugged off US President Donald Trump’s second impeachment and focused instead on reports that his successor, Joe Biden, will lay out a new US $2 trillion stimulus programme later.
World tech stocks and bond markets extended their blistering rally on Thursday as Democrat Joe Biden inched closer to winning the White House and Britain’s central bank became the latest to say it will pump out more stimulus.
Global stocks held near a record high on Friday while bets that a divided US Congress would hinder government borrowing and potentially pave the way for even more Federal Reserve stimulus kept the dollar and US bonds sluggish.
Singapore Airlines announced on Tuesday it will take a 25 per cent stake in Air India, streamlining its aviation partnership with Tata Group as the industrial behemoth works to revive the beleaguered national carrier’s fortunes.
It is time for China to move away from massive lockdowns and toward a more targeted approach to COVID-19, the head of the International Monetary Fund said days after widespread protests broke out,
Pakistan and the International Monetary Fund have begun talks online on a ninth review of a $7 billion loan programme, the Finance Ministry said on Monday, after a media outlet reported