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        MALAYSIA share prices closed higher on Monday, with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index up 0.52 point to 1,516.38.

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        [HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks dropped on Monday, extending last week's retreat and following fresh protests over the weekend in the financial hub.

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        [HONG KONG] Yum China is adding extra flavour to its technology credentials. The operator of KFC and Pizza Hut in the People's Republic has raised US$2.2 billion in a secondary listing at a...

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        [SYDNEY] Australian shares finished higher on Monday in a choppy session as firmer job advertisement numbers and prospects of first batches of a Covid-19 vaccine by early next year outweighed the...

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        [BENGALURU] European shares rebounded on Monday after a Wall Street-led rout in technology stocks kept global sentiment subdued in the previous week, with investors keeping a close watch on Covid-...

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        [SEOUL] South Korean shares rose on Monday after chip giant Samsung Electronics won a US$6.64 billion order from Verizon and as the country reported fewer domestic coronavirus infections. The won...

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        [TOKYO] A Japanese billionaire said on Twitter that he had lost 4.4 billion yen (S$56.6 million) by trading stocks amid volatile swings triggered by the pandemic.

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        [TOKYO] Tokyo shares slipped Monday, as investors digested falls on Wall Street and searched for new cues with the US market closed for a holiday.

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        [SYDNEY] Asian shares were on the defensive on Monday as investors grappled with sky-high valuations against the backdrop of a global economy in the grip of a deep coronavirus-induced recession,...

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        [HONG KONG] Shares of Hong Kong-listed Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp (SMIC) fell as much as 15.2 per cent to HK$20.02, the lowest since June 16, after a US official said it was...