January 4, 2023
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Japanese yen hits 150 against the U.S. dollar, weakest levels not seen since August 1990

[ad_1] The Japanese yen weakened past 150 against the U.S. dollar, a key psychological level, reaching levels not seen since August 1990.The Bank of Japan's two-day meeting is slated for next week. Policymakers have ruled

Japanese yen hits 150 against the U.S. dollar, weakest levels not seen since August 1990

[ad_1] The Japanese yen weakened past 150 against the U.S. dollar, a key psychological level, reaching levels not seen since August 1990.The Bank of Japan's two-day meeting is slated for next week. Policymakers have ruled

Hong Kong announces plans to ‘trawl the world for talents’

[ad_1] John Lee, Hong Kong's chief executive, arrives to deliver his policy address at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong on Oct. 19, 2022.Paul Yeung | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesHong Kong Chief Executive John Lee

While global central banks take on jumbo hikes, Australia took a smaller step

[ad_1] Australia's central bank surprised markets in early October with a smaller-than-expected rate hike, a move the Reserve Bank of Australia acknowledged was a "finely balanced" debate even as it vowed to keep inflation in

South Korea’s top instant messenger plunges after outage prompts calls for monopoly probe

[ad_1] KakaoTalk and other services of Kakao Corp. faced a major outage after a fire broke out at a data center in the outskirts of the country's capital, Seoul (Photo Illustration by Thiago Prudencio/SOPA Images/LightRocket

CEO of Singapore’s multi-million dollar homecare start-up shares top tips for success

[ad_1] After spending 15 years abroad, Singaporean entrepreneur Gillian Tee decided to return home in 2016 to be closer to her family.It was what she called "the perfect storm." Three of her close relatives were living

After two years of shipping snarls, things are starting to turn around

[ad_1] After two years of port congestions and container shortages, disruptions are now easing as Chinese exports slow in light of waning demand from Western economies and softer global economic conditions, logistics data shows.Container freight

The yen may be weak, but Japan’s tourism isn’t expected to get a ‘bona fide’ rebound without Chinese visitors

[ad_1] After more than two years of strict Covid-19 border controls, Japan reinstated visa-free travel to 68 countries on Tuesday.Maki Nakamura | Digitalvision | Getty ImagesThe Japanese yen's slump against the U.S. dollar has sparked

Malaysia should focus on inflation and its economy — not elections: Mahathir, Anwar

[ad_1] Mahathir Mohammad, the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, during a press conference in Putrajaya, Malaysia on August 4, 2022.Syaiful Redzuan | Anadolu Agency | Getty ImagesMalaysia budget 2023The dissolution comes after the government handed

Global CEOs expect impending recession to be ‘short and sharp,’ poll shows

[ad_1] In Singapore, nearly 90% of Singapore CEOs have embarked on or are planning a hiring freeze over the next six months, KPMG says.Roslan Rahman | Afp | Getty ImagesGlobal CEOs are anticipating a recession