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Asian shares reverse early gains, eyes on China-U.S. trade relations
SYDNEY (Reuters) - A gauge of Asian stocks pared early gains on Monday amid souring relations between China and the United States, with Hong Kong shares extending losses on mounting fears about future stability in the city. MSCI's broadest index of ...
Dollar holds advantage as Hong Kong tensions test risk-wary investors
By Stanley White TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar edged higher against most Asian units on Monday as worries about a standoff between the United States and China over civil liberties in Hong Kong fuelled demand for safe-haven currencies. The yuan and ...
German regulators approve trial of French group Abivax's coronavirus product
PARIS (Reuters) - French biotech group Abivax said on Monday German regulators had approved a trial to test its 'ABX464' product to help COVID-19 patients, following earlier French regulatory approval. Abivax said it received funding of 36 million ...
Virgin Australia lessors agree in principle to delay plane repossession: administrators
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd's administrators have reached in-principle agreements with aircraft lessors covering the bulk of its fleet to wait until after Aug. 31 to repossess planes, to allow them to complete a sale, an ...
Mexican auto industry groups urge Puebla state to allow operations to restart
By Sharay Angulo MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican auto industry groups on Sunday urged the governor of the state of Puebla to allow a gradual restart of operations after economic activity was curbed to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. ...
Japan’s Uniqlo to make masks using underwear fabric
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese casual clothing chain Uniqlo, owned by Fast Retailing <9983.T>, said it plans to sell face masks made of fabric used for its Airism underwear line in response to strong demand for protective gear for the coronavirus. The ...
China's pork imports in April jump 170% to record high
BEIJING (Reuters) - China, the world's top pork consumer, imported a record 400,000 tonnes in April, up nearly 170% from a year earlier, customs data showed, as buyers took advantage of low prices to stock up on meat. China imported 1.35 million ...
Australian wealth manager IOOF says class action to end without payouts
By Shruti Sonal (Reuters) - Australia's IOOF Holdings Ltd on Monday said a class-action lawsuit brought by shareholders last year alleging the wealth manager breached disclosure obligations will be discontinued with no payments to the plaintiffs. ...
Oil falls as U.S.-China tensions take toll
TOKYO (Reuters) - Oil prices eased on Monday on concerns over rising tensions between the United States and China over Beijing's plans to impose security laws on Hong Kong and the possibility of sanctions from Washington. Oil prices have risen ...
Fiji Airways to cut more than half its staff, seek aircraft payment deferrals
SYDNEY (Reuters) - South Pacific carrier Fiji Airways said on Monday it would cut 51% of its staff permanently as it negotiates with lenders and aircraft lessors for payment deferrals and seeks to arrange more debt financing due to the ...