Italian tennis star denies using fake Covid-19 certificate in fiery response to reporters

Italian tennis star camila Giorgi denies allegations she used a fake vaccination certificate to play in last year's Australian Open and throughout 2022. Her father, Sergio, was furious with the line of questioning from the media at the press conference.
#camilaGiorgi #Italian #Covid19 #News #Sports #Tennis


2 weeks ago

Stan Wawrinka throws a dig at Novak Djokovic: "Fans do what they want"

Novak Djokovic will play in the first Grand Slam of the year in Melbourne. The Serbian champion has refused to be vaccinated against Covid-19. Stan Wawrinka says fans should be allowed to do whatever they want. The CEO of the tournament Craig Tiley has issued a stern warning to haters of the Serbian champion.
#StanWawrinka #GrandSlam #Serbian #Melbourne #News #Sports #Tennis


2 weeks ago

Pathaan, Shehzada, Tiger 3, Selfie, Bholaa: What Bollywood has in store in 2023

Bollywood came out of Covid-19 crisis and tried to stand up on its feet with films such as Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Drishyam 2, Brahmastra, and The Kashmir Files roared at the box office. The year has an impressive line-up with films like Selfiee, Shehzada, Bholaa, Pathaan, Dunki, Sam Bahadur, Fighter, and Animal lined-up for release.
#Pathaan #HindustanTimes #Covid19 #BhoolBhulaiyaa2 #Bollywood #News #Entertainment #Movies


2 weeks ago

Australian Open 2023: Players with Covid-19 could be allowed to compete, says tournament director Craig Tiley - India Today

Players with Covid-19 will not be required to take tests and could play even if they had the virus. The australian open 2023 will get underway on January 16 at Melbourne Park.
#CraigTiley #IndiaToday #Covid19 #australian #MelbournePark #News #Sports #Tennis


4 weeks ago

'Novak Djokovic's generosity of spirit is often...', says ATP legend

Novak Djokovic has won 21 grand slams, including the us open and the australian open in 2021. He was penalized for one aspect, related to the fact that he did not want to be vaccinated against Covid-19. The serena williams has been the most complete athlete in the world. But he has always been the strongest athlete over the years.
#NovakDjokovic #ATP #australian #News #Sports #Tennis


1 months ago

UK medical bodies say winter crisis costing lives as Britain's health service grapples- The New Indian Express

UK medical bodies on Monday said patients were dying due to inadequate care and urged the government to act. The public National Health Service faced budget constraints for more than a decade before the Covid-19 pandemic left it severely stretched. The Royal College of Emergency Medicine on Sunday said between 300 and 500 patients would die each week in emergency care, notably due to long waiting times.
#TheNewIndianExpress #Covid19 #Britain #News #Health #Medicine


1 months ago

‘Unprecedented combination of high levels of flu and Covid-19’ prompts HSE appeal to avoid A&E if possible - Independent.ie

The HSE is urging people to consider all options before going to a hospital emergency department due to an “unprecedented combination of very high levels of flu, Covid-19 and other respiratory illnesses”. The appeal comes as the health service continues to increase rapidly.
#HSE #Covid19 #News #Health #Healthcare


1 months ago

Third of global economy will be in recession this year, says IMF

A third of the world economy will be in this year and 2023 will be tougher than 2022. The warning comes as the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, rising prices, higher interest rates and the new wave of the Covid-19 pandemic weigh on the global economy.
#IMF #Covid19 #Ukraine #News #Business #Economy


1 months ago

President Xi warns of tough Covid fight in China, here's what he said

President Xi said tough challenges remain in the country's fight against Covid-19. He acknowledged divisions in society that led to rare spontaneous protests. China is in a new phase of Covid control, he said.
#Covid #China #News #Business #Economy


1 months ago

The Magic of mRNA Will Push Medical Advances for Everyone

The successful development of the first mRNA vaccines against Covid-19 in 2020 was an unprecedented achievement in the history of medicine. The success was built on iterative progress over decades, driven by the independent contributions of scientists around the world. We established rapid, scalable processes to manufacture new vaccine candidates for clinical application within weeks.
#Covid19 #News #Health #Medicine


1 months ago

European stocks set to log worst year since 2018

The pan-European Stoxx 600 index will start the last trading day of 2022 down more than 12% since the turn of the year. The european blue chip index enjoyed a bumper 2021, jumping 22.25% on the year, its worst performance since a 13.24% annual decline in 2018. Markets around the world began the year still trying to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.
#pan #EuropeanStoxx600 #News #Business #Economy


1 months ago

Rural China races to boost medical facilities ahead of expected Covid surge

China’s sprawling and thinly resourced countryside racing to beef up its medical facilities amid a surging Covid-19 wave. Hundreds of millions of migrant factory workers prepare to return to their families for the lunar new year festivities. China abruptly reversed course earlier this month towards living with the virus, leaving its fragile health system overwhelmed.
#TheGuardian #Covid19 #China #News #Health #Medicine


1 months ago

Office absorption rises to 3-year high on strong demand - The Economic Times

The commercial real estate market hit drastically by the Covid-19 pandemic has made a strong comeback in 2022. The demand pipeline for office real estate and pre-commitments continues to be healthy.
#TheEconomicTimes #Covid19 #News #Business #Markets


1 months ago

While You Were Asleep: Man United outplay Forest 3-0, Chelsea beat Bournemouth 2-0 and Djokovic back in Australia a year after deportation

Manchester United beat Nottingham Forest 3-0 in their Premier League clash. Reece James limped off during Chelsea's 2-0 win against Bournemouth. The England right back looked close to tears when substituted after 53 minutes. Novak Djokovic has arrived in Australia almost a year after he was deported over his stance against Covid-19 vaccination.
#ReeceJames #ManchesterUnited #PremierLeague #Covid19 #England #News #Sports #Football


1 months ago

Indian exporters keeping fingers crossed amid rising cases in China, other countries

Indian exporters are keeping their fingers crossed against the backdrop of rising Covid-19 infections in china and other countries. Importing goods from china included electronic items, organic and inorganic chemicals, medicinal and pharmaceutical products, fertilisers, crude and manufactured and dyeing/colouring materials.
#Indian #Covid19 #China #News #Business #Economy


1 months ago

China Covid surge: Sick workers, falling demand forces factories to shut down

Many people in china have been forced indoors due to the rapid spread of the Covid-19 virus. Many factories and businesses are also being forced to close or reduce production, according to CNN. A number of textile and dyeing businesses in the coastal provinces have declared they will halt production.
#CNN #Covid19 #China #News #Business #Economy


1 months ago

Key reasons why Sensex bounced back on Monday to rally 1,000 pts intra-day

Equity staged a strong turnaround on Monday after last week's underperformance. The index ended 208 points higher at 18,015 as it reclaimed the 18,000 mark after Friday's slump. Yesterday's correction saw a sharp short-covering as market put aside fears around the Covid-19 situation in China.
#Sensex #Covid19 #China #News #Business #Markets


1 months ago

Coronavirus LIVE Updates: Chhattisgarh sees one Covid case, active tally at 8

With a global surge in Covid-19 cases in China and several other countries, India has begun to maintain a close watch on the pandemic ahead of New Year. The government - Centre or states - have not imposed any restriction on celebrations, though the government has urged people to wear masks and get vaccinated.
#HindustanTimes #Covid19 #China #News #Business #Economy


1 months ago

Bull vs bear: Vaishali Parekh recommends 2 buy or sell stocks for today

Broader markets and Bank Nifty remained string in this retracement from the record highs. But after the renewal of Covid-19 fear, Dalal Street witnessed another wave of sell off from 15th December 2022 leading to further nosedive in key benchmark indices.
#VaishaliParekh #BankNifty #Covid19 #News #Business #Markets


1 months ago

National Hyderabad Book Fair opens for book lovers

340 bookstalls of various publishers have been set up. Organizers are anticipating that the rise in Covid-19 cases may affect the footfall. A Writers' Hall is set up for the first time.
#Covid19 #NationalHyderabadBookFair #News #Entertainment #Books


1 months ago

WHO ‘very concerned’ as Chinese cities face blood, medicine shortages amid raging Covid outbreak

The world health organisation has said it is “very concerned” about the Covid-19 situation in china. The outbreak has spread unchecked through the country amid shortages of fever medicines and the fear of coming waves of infection in the days and weeks ahead.
#WHO #Covid19 #Chinese #News #Health #Medicine


1 months ago

New Yorkers Who Are Feeling Sick Can Get Tested at Mobile Clinics for RSV, Covid-19 or the

New yorkers who are feeling sick can get tested at mobile clinics for RSV, Covid-19 or the flu. Get a prescription for medicines like Tamiflu on the spot. Latest news, viral trends and information from social media world.
#Bloomberg #NewYorker #News #Technology #Mobile


1 months ago

Internet reacts as China witnesses a surge in Covid-19 cases - India Today

People took to twitter to share their thoughts on the ongoing situation in china. It was in 2019 when the Covid-19 cases were first reported in china’s Wuhan and from there it spread to the rest of the world. Three years later, once again, China is facing a rise in the number of cases.
#IndiaToday #Covid19 #Wuhan #News #Technology #Internet


1 months ago

New Covid-19 wave grips China, over 10 lakh deaths predicted in coming days

China reported five new fatalities for December 19, compared with two the previous day. The country of 1.4 billion population reported 5,242 deaths, up from 2,918 a day earlier. China's chief epidemiologist Wu Zunyou last week said that the country was in the throes of the first of three Covid-19 waves.
#WorldNews #Covid #Covid19 #China #News #Health #Healthcare


1 months ago

Oil climbs on optimism over China’s demand recovery - Business - DAWN.COM

Brent crude futures rose 72 cents, or 0.9 per cent, to $79.76 a barrel by 0103 GMT. US West Texas Intermediate crude was at $74.89 a barrel, up 60 cents. China is experiencing its first of three expected waves of Covid-19 cases after Beijing relaxed mobility restrictions.
#DAWN #China #News #Business #Economy


1 months ago

Coco Gauff, Emma Raducanu set to play in ASB Classic in Auckland - India Today

The ASB Classic in New Zealand has returned to the calendar year after a two-year gap. 2022 French Open runner-up Coco Gauff and 2021 US Open women’s singles champion Emma Raducanu are set to start their 2023 campaign by taking part in the tournament. The last two editions didn't take place due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
#CocoGauff #ASBClassic #FrenchOpen #NewZealand #News #Sports #Tennis


1 months ago

‘Panic buying’ and shortages hit China as Covid-19 curbs are eased

Chinese people are indulging in 'panic buying' even as the number of infections soar across the country. People have been rushing to buy ibuprofen, cold medicines and Covid-19 testing kits. The Chinese have been allowed to self-isolate at home and self-test for the virus.
#Chinese #Covid19 #China #News #Health #Healthcare


1 months ago

Medical staff in China's hospitals say Covid-19 ripping through their ranks

Health experts say China's sudden loosening of strict Covid rules is likely to trigger a surge in severe cases in coming months. Some hospitals in Beijing have up to 80% of their staff infected, but many are still required to work due to staff shortages, a doctor in a large public hospital in Beijing said.
#TimesofIndia #Covid19 #China #News #Health #Medicine


1 months ago

Looking to financially prepare for medical emergencies? Here are 5 things to remember - The Economic Times

The Covid-19 pandemic and its impact have added impetus to the importance of being financially prepared for medical emergencies. Health insurance is one of the most preferred ways to financially prepare for medical exigencies. The author is the Founder and MD of LXME – India’s First Neobank for Women.
#LXME #Covid19 #India #News #Health #Medicine


1 months ago

Canada approves first bivalent Covid-19 booster for children aged 5-11

Health Canada has authorised the Pfizer-BioNTech Comirnaty Omicron BA.4/BA.5 bivalent-adapted booster for use in aged between 5 to 11 years. The dose is one-third of that authorised for individuals aged 12 years and older.
#HealthCanada #Covid19 #Canada #News #Health #Healthcare


1 months ago

Parents’ strep A and virus fears pile pressure on GP surgeries - Independent.ie

Parents struggling to get same-day appointments for children with symptoms. Comes amid warnings from chief medical officer Dr Breda Smyth that a new Covid-19 variant, BQ.1, has already been found in 320 cases here. Chief medical officer says BQ1 variant will likely lead to another rise in infections.
#BredaSmyth #Independent #Covid19 #News #Health #Healthcare


1 months ago

Official name of Covid-19 should change to reflect mutation, say Chinese medical expert - India Today

Gu Xiaohong, a leading authority on traditional Chinese medicine, said China should change its official name for Covid-19 to reflect the virus' mutation. He said the coronavirus' Chinese name, which identifies it as a pneumonia-causing disease, should be changed to call it simply an infectious virus.
#GuXiaohong #IndiaToday #Chinese #Covid19 #China #News #Health #Healthcare


2 months ago

Year after visa row, Novak Djokovic to begin new season in Adelaide - India Today

Novak Djokovic will begin his 2023 season at Adelaide International wherein as many as 4 top 10 players are in the entry list. The Serb did not play in Australia last year after he was deported over lack of Covid-19 vaccination. The 21-time Grand Slam champion won the season-ending ATP Finals last month.
#NovakDjokovic #IndiaToday #International #Serb #Australia #News #Sports #Tennis


2 months ago

Covid should be renamed in China, medical expert says

China should change its official name for Covid-19 to reflect the virus' mutation, Gu Xiaohong said. China's approach to Covid should change from passive detection to active prevention, she added. China has emphasised widespread testing and quarantining of positive cases in specialised facilities under its Zero-Covid strategy.
#GuXiaohong #HindustanTimes #Covid19 #Covid #China #News #Health #Medicine


2 months ago

Chinese experts demand to change the name of ‘Covid-19’; Here's why

Gu Xiaohong, a leading authority on traditional Chinese medicine has raised this demand. She said that China should change its official name for Covid-19 to reflect the virus' mutation. Gu said patients with light symptoms should be allowed to quarantine at home. Her remarks are in line with a recent softening of the tone from China's health experts and state media.
#GuXiaohong #Mint #Chinese #Covid19 #China #News #Health #Medicine


2 months ago

F1 News: George Russell Relives His Legendary Mercedes Debut - F1 Briefings

George Russell has just finished his first year with Mercedes. He stepped in for Lewis Hamilton at the Sakhir GP in 2020 when Hamilton was suffering with Covid-19. Russell started in second behind Valtteri Bottas, who was also driving for Mercedes at the time. Russell had to rely on the race engineers when the race was under safety car conditions.
#GeorgeRussell #Mercedes #SakhirGP #Covid19 #News #Sports #F1Racing


2 months ago

Pele showing improvement in health, to stay in hospital, says doctors - India Today

Pele is slowly, but steadily recovering from the respiratory infection, which was aggravated due to his Covid-19. The veteran is said to be leaving hospital when he gets completely fit. Pele, who has three World Cup titles to his name, is also undergoing chemotherapy. Back in September, Pele had a colon tumour removed.
#Pele #IndiaToday #Covid19 #WorldCup #News #Sports #Football


2 months ago

Study: exercise may increase the effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccines

New study found higher levels of physical activity may be associated with higher effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccination. The study was published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. The higher the dose of exercise, the greater the protective effect, says Jon Patricios, professor of sport and exercise medicine at Wits University.
#JonPatricios #BritishJournalofSportsMedicine #Covid19 #News #Health #Fitness


2 months ago

Need for more women in medicine: KT Rama Rao- The New Indian Express

Telangana has the highest number of working women as per the National Family and Health Survey (NFHS-5) ‘The State government is making all efforts to create a stronger women workforce,” he said. Two of the three companies that developed indigenous Covid-19 vaccines in India are from Hyderabad and both of them have a woman as the chief.
#KTRamaRao #TheNewIndianExpress #NationalFamilyandHealthSurvey #NFHS #Telangana #News #Health #Medicine


2 months ago

Virtual Reality In Tourism: The Future Of Travel

The seed of Virtual Reality in Tourism had been sown just before the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, the field has grown substantially, promising a good future for it in the travel and hospitality industry. VR in travel allows people to log in to the service provider’s application or website, plug-in VR headphones and goggles.
#VirtualReality #Covid19 #News #Technology #VirtualReality


2 months ago

How looking at your phone screen affects your eyes and what you can do about it - India Today

When a person looks at a screen for over 8 hours a day, the eye structurally changes and it stimulates the growth of the length of the eyeball. This causes blurry vision, headaches, dryness and nausea. The Covid-19 pandemic has seen a considerable uptick in cases of children developing myopia.
#IndiaToday #Covid19 #News #Technology #Mobile


2 months ago

New gadget identifies Covid-19 antibodies in five minutes: Report

Brazilian researchers create electrochemical immunosensor that identifies antibodies against SARS-CoV-2. Electrode detected COVID-19 antibodies in serum in about five minutes with 88.7% sensitivity and 100% specificity. Device can be modified and customized for serological detection of other diseases of public health interest.
#BusinessStandardNews #Brazilian #SARS #News #Technology #Gadgets


2 months ago

New Zealand parents refuse surgery on baby, say blood tainted by vaccination - India Today

Parents of the baby said they were concerned about the blood doctors were going to use. Hospital has now moved a court over guardianship of a four-month-old boy whose parents did not let heart surgery go ahead. Any Covid-19 vaccine in the blood is broken down soon after injection.
#IndiaToday #Covid19 #NewZealand #News #Health #Healthcare


2 months ago

Parents refuse use of vaccinated blood in life-saving surgery on baby

New Zealand's health service has made a court application over the guardianship of a four-month-old baby whose parents are refusing to allow his life-saving heart surgery to go ahead unless non-vaccinated blood is used. The parents discussed their son’s health situation in an interview with an anti-vaccination campaigner. The vaccines to prevent severe disease and death from Covid-19 have been found to be extremely safe and effective.
#TheGuardian #Covid19 #NewZealand #News #Health #Healthcare


2 months ago

'It's so incredible what Novak Djokovic's been able to do', says expert

Novak Djokovic won the ATP Finals for the sixth time in his career. The Serbian champion had a very difficult season and missed several tournaments, including two Grand Slams, due to registration regulations imposed by different countries to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic. Goran Ivanisevic stopped at the anomalous year of the Belgrade player in the box. Despite having a limited 2022 season, he proved that his overall game has no limits.
#NovakDjokovic #ATPFinals #Serbian #Belgrade #News #Sports #Tennis


2 months ago

BWF World Tour Finals: HS Prannoy lone Indian in fray after PV Sindhu's withdrawal - India Today

HS Prannoy will lead India's challenge at the BWF World Tour Finals 2022. The season-ending tournament will be played in Bangkok from December 7 to 11. The tournament was moved from Guangzhou to Bangkok due to the Covid-19 situation in the Chinese city.
#HSPrannoy #IndiaToday #Covid19 #Chinese #India #News #Sports #Badminton


2 months ago

'When I arrived, Roger Federer was already at...', says ATP ace

Novak Djokovic has lost the leadership of the ATP ranking, which he held for a long time. The Serbian champion has been excluded from many tournaments this season, due to the choice not to take the Covid-19 vaccine. The Balkan talent has won five tournaments this year, including the ATP Finals in Turin. Nole has unseated only Roger Federer in this ranking, stopped in 10 seasons.
#RogerFederer #ATP #Serbian #Covid19 #Turin #News #Sports #Tennis


2 months ago

'I couldn't hurt Novak Djokovic with...', says former ace

Novak Djokovic has won at least five titles in 11 different seasons. Serbian champion has been banned from many tournaments this season due to his decision not to take the Covid-19 vaccine. Djokovi has won five tournaments this year, including the 21st Grand Slam tournament at Wimbledon and the ATP finals in Turin. David Ferrer has stated that he found Novak the toughest competitor of his career.
#NovakDjokovic #Serbian #Covid19 #Wimbledon #News #Sports #Tennis


2 months ago

Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma Buy Lavish Weekend Villa In Alibaug For Rs 13 Crore; Their 4BHK Home Has Private Pool-Deets INSIDE

The couple reportedly got struck in Alibaug's Zirad village during the Covid-19 pandemic. Their dreamy 4BHK home is said to be priced between Rs 10.5 crore and Rs 13 crore. The couple’s weekend villa is located in Awas village and has four bedrooms.
#AnushkaSharma #Covid19 #Zirad #News #RealEstate #ArtsEntertainment


2 months ago

Why Mental Health and Well-Being Should Be Your Top Priority

Recruiting and retention have always been challenging in competitive labor markets. The Covid-19 pandemic added even more barriers for employers to overcome. When a business is struggling to attract or retain talent, it's because they're not meeting the expectations of today's workforce.
#Covid19 #News #Health #MentalHealth


2 months ago

U.K

U.K. Growth has lagged the world's biggest economies since the Covid-19 pandemic. In the G-7 nations, GDP has grown by a cumulative 2.5%, with only the U.S. Recording a decline. Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt announced around £30 billion in spending cuts and £25 billion in tax hikes last week.
#JeremyHunt #OECD #Covid19 #News #Business #Economy


2 months ago

FIFA World Cup 2022: JioCinema alternatives you can try to stream matches

The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar kicked off yesterday, the first football World Cup taking place after the Covid-19 pandemic. Many Indian football fans had a rough start to the tournament on the night of November 20 due to issues with JioCinema, the official streaming app. The end result was that thousands of users faced a choppy live-stream feed.
#JioCinema #2022FIFAWorldCup #WorldCup #Qatar #News #Technology #Mobile


2 months ago

Bengaluru this week: Comic Con India on Nov

The ninth edition of Comic Con India will be held on Saturday (Nov. 19) Comic book convention was on hiatus for two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The 99Bookscart Book Fair will host over 5 lakh books across genres and for a wide audience.
#CitiesNews #ComicConIndia #Covid19 #Bengaluru #News #Entertainment #Books


2 months ago

'Japandi': Why Japanese-meets-Scandi design is taking over the internet - CNN Style

Google searches for the term 'Japandi' jumped dramatically in the winter of 2020, as people around the world redesigned their homes amid Covid-19 lockdowns. Laila Rietnergen, author of the new book Japandi Living, traces the aesthetic's roots to Danish naval lieutenant William Carstensen, who visited Japan as the country opened up after two centuries of self-isolation.
#LailaRietnergen #CNN #Japandi #Japanese #Japan #News #Technology #Internet


2 months ago

Novak Djokovic will be allowed to participate in the 2023 Australian open- Reports

Novak Djokovic will be allowed to return to Australia for the 2023 Australian Open after his three-year ban was overturned today. The Serbian has been against taking a vaccine for Covid-19. He has become the poster boy of the anti-vax moment. His Visa was cancelled on the basis of “on health and good order grounds” and he was deported on the eve of the 2022 Australian Open.
#NovakDjokovic #SportsNews #Australian #AustralianOpen #Australia #News #Sports #Tennis


2 months ago

Fortune India: Business News, Strategy, Finance and Corporate Insight

Amazon is likely to hand over pink slips to as many as 10,000ees across its corporate and technology divisions. The layoffs are touted to be the largest in the company’s corporate history. The e-commerce giant doubled its workforce in the two years of the Covid-19 pandemic owing to an increase in sales as more shoppers moved online.
#Amazon #Covid19 #FortuneIndia #News #Business #Economy


2 months ago

Badminton World Tour Finals 2022 shifted from China to Thailand due to Covid-19 situation - India Today

BWF World Tour Finals 2022 has been moved from Guangzhou to Bangkok, Thailand due to the Covid-19 pandemic in the Chinese city. The tournament will get underway a week earlier from December 7 to 11. The postponement of sporting events in China raises concerns about the Asian Games, which were postponed until 2023.
#IndiaToday #BadmintonWorldTourFinals #Covid #China #News #Sports #Badminton


2 months ago

Why Amazon layoffs could be a signal of something more ominous

Amazon is planning to lay off as many as 10,000 employees in ‘corporate and technology” across the world. This follows a spate of sackings and hiring freezes across the tech sector. The main reason is the contraction in demand as the world comes out of the Covid-19 pandemic.
#Amazon #Covid19 #News #Business #Economy


2 months ago

Absence of computer affected mental health during Covid-19

Researchers from Cambridge have drawn attention to the correlation between youth and adolescent mental health during Covid-19 lockdowns and access to computers. The team found that the end of 2020 was the time when young people faced the most difficulties and that the mental health of those young people without access to a computer tended to deteriorate to a greater extent.
#HindustanTimes #Covid #Covid19 #Cambridge #News #Health #MentalHealth


2 months ago

Most Asian markets extend global rally on China hopes

Asian markets extend a global surge as a loosening of China's Covid rules and plans to help its property sector follow a drop in US inflation that eased rate hike fears. The optimistic mood was given an extra injection late Friday by news that Beijing would relax some of its strict Covid-19 restrictions. Authorities have also reportedly unveiled a 16-point plan to support the beleaguered property sector, a major component of the country's sprawling economy.
#DeccanHerald #Asian #Covid #China #News #Business #Markets


2 months ago