China is preparing to ease COVID restrictions further with markets encouraged to change course

New rules on the novel coronavirus across the country due Wednesday – sources The shift comes after large-scale demonstrations last month Yuan companies, global markets rise on China’s hopes HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) – China is set to announce another easing of some of the world’s toughest coronavirus restrictions early on Wednesday, sources said, as investors … Read more

Foxconn expects COVID-hit China factory to return to full capacity in late December – early January – Source

TAIPEI, Dec. 5 (Reuters) – Apple supplier Foxconn (2317.TW) It expects the COVID-hit Zhengzhou factory in China to resume full production in late December to early January, a Foxconn source said Monday, after worker unrest last month disrupted the world’s largest iPhone factory. The world’s largest electronics maker said later Monday that revenue in November … Read more

Japan v Croatia: The Samurai Blue aim to reach their first World Cup quarter-final

CNN – in world Cup of surprises, Japan She played a leading role in making headlines Shock results. Not many expected the Samurai Blue to top both Spain and Germany to top Group 5 in the knockout qualifiers, but the team was so impressive that it wouldn’t raise many eyebrows now if Japan advanced to … Read more

Chinese cities are easing restrictions, but a complete exit from the novel coronavirus has been elusive

BEIJING (Reuters) – More Chinese cities, including Urumqi in the far west, announced an easing of coronavirus restrictions on Sunday as China tries to make its coronavirus policy more targeted and less onerous after unprecedented protests against the virus. restrictions last weekend. Urumqi, the capital of the Xinjiang region where protests first broke out, will … Read more

Relief and anxiety as major Chinese cities ease COVID restrictions

The easing comes after a week of historic protests The restrictions hit the world’s second largest economy Nationwide mitigation measures expected soon – sources BEIJING (Reuters) – A further relaxation of COVID-19 testing requirements and quarantine rules in some Chinese cities was met with a mixture of relief and anxiety on Friday, as hundreds of … Read more

China is preparing to ease coronavirus restrictions after a week of historic protests

Sources: China allows home quarantine, cuts mass testing A senior official says the severity of the virus is weakening The shift comes after a series of demonstrations Biggest public challenge show in years HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) – China is set to announce an easing of COVID-19 quarantine protocols in the coming days and a cut … Read more

Inventories and oil boosted hopes of an easing of Chinese restrictions on the spread of the coronavirus

The Euro Stoxx 600 rose around 0.5% before giving up the floor Wall Street futures are rising Oil prices rebounded on China’s hopes, and talk of production cuts The dollar falls as investors seek riskier assets http://tmsnrt.rs/2yaDPgn LONDON (Reuters) – Stocks and oil rose on Tuesday, supported by hopes that public unrest in China would … Read more

The yuan is the new dollar as Russia makes a comeback

Russia resorts to the Chinese currency amid sanctions Moscow has become the No. 4 offshore trading center for the yuan The yuan’s share in the Russian forex market increased from 1% to 45% The Russian Central Bank supports the trend but warns of risks This content was produced in Russia where coverage of Russian military … Read more

Zelensky says Russia will not stop the strikes until its missiles run out

The President warns the Ukrainians to prepare for new Russian attacks Heavy fighting in eastern Donetsk The Kremlin says the Zaporizhia plant remains under Moscow’s control LVIV/Kyiv (Reuters) – President Volodymyr Zelensky warned Ukrainians to expect another harsh week of cold and darkness ahead, predicting more Russian attacks on infrastructure that won’t stop until Moscow … Read more

Canada to enhance defense and cyber security in Indo-Pacific policy, focus on ‘disruptive’ China

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada launched its long-awaited Indo-Pacific strategy on Sunday, outlining C$2.3 billion ($1.7 billion) in spending to boost military and cyber security in the region and pledging to deal with a “troubled” China. While working with her on climate change and trade issues. The plan, detailed in a 26-page document, said Canada would … Read more