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Investors Push For Social Media Controls Ahead Of US Inauguration

Top shareholders in the space so far have declined to comment on their responses including BlackRock Inc Vanguard Group Inc and Morgan Stanley.

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AirAsia X Shows Court Creditors' Support For Restructuring Plan

AAX estimated that lessors that continue with the airline post-restructuring would be able to recover approximately 44-66% of their lease rental loss under new agreements.

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SAIL OFS Over-Subscribed Before End Of First Day

The shares sought were 125 per cent of the overall issue size and nearly 144 per cent of the shares reserved for non-retail investors who were supposed to make bids on the opening day.

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AirAsia X Shows Court Creditors' Support For Restructuring Plan

Planemaker Airbus SE also filed an affidavit last month saying it could lose more than $5 billion worth of aircraft orders if the low-cost, long-haul carrier proceeded with the plan.

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Oil Prices Extend Gains After US Inventory Drop

Crude inventories in the U.S. dropped by 5.8 million barrels last week to around 484.5 million barrels, data from the American Petroleum Institute showed late on Tuesday.

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Boeing Limps Into 2021 With More 737 MAX Cancellations, Delayed 787 Deliveries

Boeing handed over zero 787 Dreamliners to customers, as intensive inspections over recent production flaws compounded delays from the COVID-19 crisis.

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Global Investors Call For End To Seafarers Marooned At Sea Due To Coronavirus

About 90% of world trade is transported by sea, and coronavirus restrictions in many jurisdictions are affecting supply chains.

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SEBI Imposes Rs 85 Lakh Fine On Orient Resorts, 2 Individuals For Non-Compliance With Its Directive

Sebi had passed an order directing Orient Resorts to wind up its operations and refund the money of the investors which it had collected through its illegal collective investment scheme.v

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How India’s Handicrafts Lost The Battle With Imports?

The Indian government has already requested a list of imports from the industry bodies to pin down non-essential items which can be substituted by local items.

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Investors Storm Into Money Markets, Gold As Equity Exuberance Ebbs

Cash funds saw $29.1 billion inflows and gold attracted $1.5 billion, marking the largest inflow since August in the week to Wednesday

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Investors Reposition For Stimulus, Spending And Tax As They Look To Biden

Democratic control of the Senate would Biden more scope to act on his agenda, which includes new stimulus and infrastructure spending, although the tight split in the Senate could make it tougher to push through high spending.

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Gold Inches Down As Higher Yields Outweigh Stimulus Optimism

Spot gold eased 0.1% to $1,916.77 per ounce by 0250 GMT, after declining more than 1.5% in the previous session. U.S. gold futures climbed 0.5% to $1,918.40.

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Global Stocks Fall, Bond Yields Rise As Investors Brace For Possible Democrat Triumph In Georgia

The euro rose to as high as $1.2328, a high last seen in April 2018, while the yen hit a 10-month high of 102.595 to the dollar.

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Indonesia's Gojek, Tokopedia In Advanced $18 Billion Merger Talks

The pair have also been benefiting from virus-busting stay-home policies which have stoked demand for food delivery and e-payments in the archipelago's fast-growing e-commerce market.

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Hedge Funds Bet On Recovery In 2021

North American energy is another beaten-down sector popular with hedge funds, market participants said. The Canadian Energy Sector Index lost 37.8% over the entirety of 2020 while a comparable index for the U.S. fell 37.3%.

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