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Apple, Wal-Mart stick with climate pledge after Trump pivot

WASHINGTON, March 30 — Many of America’s biggest corporations including Apple Inc and Wal-Mart Stores Inc are sticking by their pledges to fight climate change even as President Donald...

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Draghi’s German problem may fizzle as ECB sticks to its plan

FRANKFURT, March 30 — Mario Draghi’s German difficulty may be melting away with the change of seasons. The European Central Bank president had barely begun the New Year when a winter...

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US stocks fluctuate as dollar erases gain on Trump

NEW YORK, March 30 — US stocks pared a sixth straight quarterly advance as central bank officials in Europe and the US signalled divergent policy paths. The dollar erased gains after CNBC...

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JPMorgan said in talks for Dublin office as Citi weighs EU unit

LONDON, March 30 — JPMorgan Chase & Co is in talks to buy a Dublin office building as the bank considers expanding in the Irish capital as one of its options for when Britain leaves the...

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As oil prices falter, fears return on BP and Shell dividends

LONDON, March 30 — As they guided Europe’s largest oil companies through the industry’s worst slump in two decades, the bosses of Royal Dutch Shell Plc and BP Plc had a simple message for...

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Boustead in talks to refinance two bonds worth RM1.2b

Bursa Malaysia easier at mid-afternoon

KL shares end morning session with profit-taking in heavyweights

Malaysia’s palm oil to reap benefits from Brexit

Tony Fernandes on Trump, oil and AirAsia’s London plans (VIDEO)

China’s yuan slips, interbank borrowing costs edge higher

KL shares lower at mid-morning on persistent profit-taking

Tokyo shares slip by break, eyes on Toshiba meeting

Nikkei edges down on pause in weak yen trend; mining shares outperform

KL shares open marginally higher, but retreated thereafter

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