Southeast Asian stock markets rose on
Monday, with Thai stocks leading the gains, as sentiment
improved after China's central bank signalled more policy
measures to support a coronavirus-hit economy.
Shares in trade-reliant Thailand surged 1.7% as the
People's Bank of China (PBOC) said on Sunday...
Chinese direct investment in the
United States dropped to the lowest level since 2009 last year
amid bilateral tensions, and the COVID-19 pandemic will continue
to weigh on investment flows between the world's two biggest
economies, according to a report.
Japanese shares hit a two-month
high on Monday, as economies prepare to reopen businesses from
coronavirus-induced lockdown and on positive cues from Wall
Street after U.S. data on historic job losses showed they were
slightly fewer than feared.