Asian stock markets rose on Tuesday on relief that another round of Sino-United States (US) sparring appears not to have spilled over into trade, while hopes for US stimulus lent support to oil and commodity currencies.
Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co is creating a family of electric vehicles it will sell under the Ioniq brand as part of its drive to become the world’s third-largest seller of EVs by 2025, the company said on Sunday.
The number of people in work in Britain fell by the most since 2009 in the three months through June as the coronavirus crisis took a heavy toll on the labour market, even with the government’s huge jobs protection scheme still in place.
South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, wrote in his weekly newsletter on Monday morning, that a key aspect of government’s gender equality policies and plans focused on ensuring "greater women's financial inclusion".
President Donald Trump signed executive orders on Saturday partly restoring enhanced unemployment payments to the tens of millions of Americans who lost jobs in the coronavirus, as the United States marked a grim milestone of five million cases.
Oil prices climbed on Monday, supported by Saudi optimism about Asian demand and an Iraqi pledge to deepen supply cuts, although uncertainty over a deal to shore up the United States(US) economic recovery capped gains.