Palm

Malaysia end-Jan palm oil stocks fall to lowest since June 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's palm oil inventories fell a fifth straight month amidst tighter production and slower demand, with January end-stocks below 2 million tonnes,...
Euro

Euro falls to four-month low on weak German data; dollar gains

LONDON: The euro fell to its lowest since October on Friday after German industrial output for December recorded its biggest decline in a decade...
pound

Sterling slips to six-week low vs dollar as Brexit jitters take toll

LONDON: Sterling fell to a six-week low against a broadly firmer dollar on Tuesday, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson's tough stance on European Union...

China’s yuan finds its feet on WHO confidence, Aussie extends slide

LONDON: China's yuan steadied on Friday while the Australian and New Zealand dollars weakened again as World Health Organization confidence in China's response to...
dollar

Dollar at two-month high, Aussie weak as virus anxiety spreads

TOKYO: The dollar held near a two-month high against a basket of major currencies while the Australian dollar and the yuan were under pressure...

Yuan steadies, sentiment still fragile as markets eye China virus, wait for Fed

TOKYO : The yuan steadied a little after slipping to its weakest level in a month in offshore trade on Tuesday, but sentiment remained...

Oil slumps further as China virus spreads

TOKYO: Crude prices fell more than 2% to multi-month lows on Monday as the rising number of cases of the new coronavirus in China...

‘Death Cross,’ growth abroad threaten US dollar

NEW YORK: Storm clouds are gathering over the U.S. dollar, threatening a two-year rally in the currency that has squeezed corporate profits and angered...

Pakistan to import 300,000 tonnes of wheat to meet flour crises

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday approved the import of 300,000 tonnes of wheat to relieve a shortage of flour supplies that has created a crisis...
oil

Oil steady as sluggish China growth offsets trade deal optimism

SINGAPORE/TOKYO: Oil prices were steady on Friday as reports of sluggish economic growth in China, the world's biggest crude importer, raised concerns about fuel...

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