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· Gold prices fall even as rates in international market rise; here’s what dragging down gold prices →
Rising tension between the US and China triggered buying in the safe-haven asset and limited its losses.
· Antonio Guterres urges avoiding action that would increase tensions on India-China border: UN spokesperson →
India has said that the Chinese military was hindering normal patrolling by its troops along the LAC in Ladakh and Sikkim and has strongly refuted Beijing’s contention that the escalating tension between the two armies was triggered by trespassing of Indian forces across the Chinese side.
· Coronavirus latest: at a glance →
South Korea has reported its biggest daily increase in coronavirus cases in 53 days, triggering warnings it may have to revert to stricter social distancing measures after appearing to have brought the outbreak under control.The Korean Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) reported 79 new infections on Thursday with 67 of them from the Seoul metropolitan area, home to about half of the country’s population of 51 million.
· Mizoram class 12 board exams 2020 to resume on June 16 →
The MBSE had, earlier, announced the resumption of the board examinations from April 22, which triggered stiff opposition from students citing various inconveniences amid the nationwide lockdown.
· South Korea faces return to coronavirus restrictions after spike in new cases →
South Korea has reported its biggest daily increase in coronavirus cases in 53 days, triggering warnings it may have to revert to stricter social distancing measures after appearing to have brought the outbreak under control.
· Credit Acceptance Corporation (CACC) CEO Brett Roberts on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
I'm just wondering if you could talk about if there's any issues there because there's been some discussion about that maybe with forecasted collections coming down that could drive some triggers to your securitizations.
· Stocks in focus: Lupin, TVS Motor, United Spirits, Adani Power, among others to remain in action →
The expiry of futures and options (F&O) contracts of May series, positive global cues and newsflow related to coronavirus will be among major triggers for the indices.
· Despite coronavirus crisis, China flexes muscles on India border →
India sent its troops in to stop China from building a road in the disputed region of Doklam in 2017, beginning a two-month-long confrontation that triggered fears of war between the nuclear-armed neighbours.
· Ringgit eases against us dollar at the opening →
This has triggered a reduction in long US dollar hedges across the emerging market, while investors are buying yield with more purpose benefiting the ringgit on the edges.
· 'A blow to autonomy': China's planned Hong Kong security law →
The announcement a week ago sparked immediate protests - with more overt calls for Hong Kong independence than ever before, but it also triggered a drop of more than 4.6 percent in share prices on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.