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The condition of the world’s second-largest coral system, the Mesoamerican Reef stretching from Mexico to Central America, has taken a turn for the worse and faces further threats from climate change.
Global shares eased on Friday, as investors were spooked by a sharp rise in the number of coronavirus cases in China this week while oil prices extended gains on hopes of more production cuts.
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ANALYSTS this week lowered their price targets on DBS Group.
SINGAPORE shares resumed trading in positive territory on Friday afternoon.
Canada’s biggest cannabis producer, Canopy Growth Corp (TO:WEED), is conducting a “thorough strategic review” of its production facilities to focus on its most lucrative markets and product lines, company executives said on Friday.
Fears over the new coronavirus rattled investors in Asia on Friday as they struggled to work out if the China epidemic was worse than being reported by authorities.
SINGAPORE stocks began trading on Friday in slightly negative territory following weaker performances in the US and the region.
Australian shares inched up on Friday and were set to end the week over a percent higher, as favourable reception of major corporate earnings eclipsed underlying worries over a mounting coronavirus death toll and infections in China.
Shares rebounded in Asia on Friday after an early sell-off, though Tokyo’s benchmark declined as investors reacted to reports of a growing number of cases of a new virus in Japan and China.