“Meanwhile” in the news

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Malay Mail
· Bursa Malaysia rises at mid-morning  
Meanwhile, the FBM 70 decreased 42.32 points to 13,152.88.
Malay Mail
· Survey: With Covid-19 under control, Malaysians now worried over unemployment, job safety  
Meanwhile health concerns which were at 15 per cent in March and 16 per cent in April, dropped to 11 per cent in May.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Hong Kong and Minneapolis protesting in solidarity: A grassroots resistance against police violence  
Minneapolis protesters have been chanting “Be Water.” Meanwhile, activists from Hong Kong and the U.S. are now sharing on Twitter footage of Hong Kong protesters putting out teargas with traffic cones on Twitter, alongside guerilla tactics and legal advice that have been proven effective during Hong Kong’s almost year-long protests.
Malay Mail
· IHS Markit: Malaysia’s PMI rises sharply in May, indicating economic downturn have bottomed out  
Meanwhile, IHS Market said manufacturing employment in Malaysia was broadly stable during May, with 98 per cent of firms signalling no change in their payrolls.
Malay Mail
· Strong sales to drive Mah Sing’s long-term positive outlook  
Meanwhile, unbilled sales of RM1.69 billion will be progressively recognised over the next three years,” it said in a note today.
Malay Mail
· Ringgit higher against US dollar in early session  
Meanwhile, the ringgit was traded mostly higher against a basket of benchmark currencies, except against the British pound, where it declined to 5.3725/3828 from 5.3435/3514.
The Age
· Major cultural institutions to reopen in time for school holidays  
Meanwhile, some smaller venues have opened their doors from today.
Yonhap News
· S. Korea adds 35 more virus cases; sporadic cluster infections in focus  
The country, meanwhile, added five imported cases and one additional death, raising the total death toll to 271.
The Age
· From the Archives, 1953: Queen Elizabeth is crowned  
Meanwhile, early train and bus services carried thousands more people toward the processional route.
The Age
· COVID-19: What are the public health rules now?  
Meanwhile, restaurants, clubs and bars, beauty parlours, masseuses, indoor religious gatherings, libraries, museums and outdoor sports training are allowed to open with a two-hour limit and strict social distancing.