Wall Street notched impressive gains in the week featuring a highly anticipated U.S. relief package as well as unprecedented aggressive efforts by the U.S. Federal Reserve to bolster the economy amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) economies must put an end to trade-restrictive policies to help fight COVID-19, the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) said on Saturday.
China Life Insurance Co., one of the country's biggest insurers, saw its net profits more than quadruple last year, according to a performance report on its website.
Moody's Investors Service (MIS), an American credit rating agency, Friday cut India's economic growth forecast for 2020 to 2.5 percent from previously estimated 5.3 percent amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Revenue of South Korean duty-free stores almost halved last month as the COVID-19 outbreak across the world reduced the number of inbound travelers here, industry data showed Friday.
Portugal's central bank, the Banco de Portugal (BdP), warned on Thursday that the COVID-19 pandemic would severely impact economic growth and unemployment in 2020, namely an over 3 percent reduction in Gross Domestic Products (GDP) and more than 10 percent unemployment.
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