· A Potential Game-Changer? The Details Behind The EU's Proposed Recovery Plan →
Reiterating that the road to a global economic recovery depends on three factors - the spread of the coronavirus, the amount of economic damage caused by government containment measures and the effectiveness of the global policy response - Ng noted that the economic devastation inflicted by measures to slow the spread of the virus has been unprecedented.
· Akebia Therapeutics: A Clear Path To A Blockbuster CKD-Anemia Treatment →
As I mentioned earlier, we have significantly advanced PRO2TECT, our global Phase 3 study evaluating the safety and efficacy of vadadustat in non-dialysis dependent adult patients with anemia due to CKD.
· Bursa Malaysia rises in early trade →
Malacca Securities Sdn Bhd anticipates the recovery across global indices arising from the simmering tension between the US and China could make the road less bumpy for the FBM KLCI to sustain its recovery and the upsides are still on the table.
· China's currency could trigger a new flashpoint in the growing cold war with the US →
A weaker currency, however, also helps make its exports more competitive, blunts the impact of the US tariffs and the effects of the pandemic on global growth while making imports more expensive.
· Protests could accelerate spread of coronavirus, experts say →
The national unrest comes amid a global pandemic, which has already sickened more than 1.7 million people in the U.S., killing nearly 105,000.
· Ringgit higher against US dollar in early session →
KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — The ringgit was slightly higher against the US dollar in the early session today on mild demand for the local note, as global oil price increase helped to lift market sentiment towards the ringgit.
· (2nd LD) S. Korea's exports slump deepens amid pandemic, chips still chug along →
SEJONG, June 1 (Yonhap) -- South Korea's exports dropped for the third consecutive month in May due to the growing economic fallout from the pandemic that has disrupted the global supply chain, data showed Monday, but the extended slump was in part cushioned by the recovery in shipments of chips.
· Dollar slips as investors focus on recovery outlook →
SINGAPORE, June 1 — The dollar slipped today as investors looked past unrest in the United States to the global economic recovery from the coronavirus and hoped for an easing in Sino-US tensions.
· Accenture: Strong Fundamentals But Not Much Upside →
As such, Accenture's customers consist of more than 75% of Fortune Global 500 and 91 of the top 100.
· Asia cautious as US riots weigh on S&P futures →
“If American consumers were reluctant to come out of their Covid19 lockdown cocoon, fearing a secondary spreader with police cars ablaze, freeways blocked, and videos of mass looting shared through social media like wildfire, they’re not going to feel any safer,’ said Stephen Innes, chief global markets strategist at AxiCorp