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Stocks in Hong Kong sold off on Monday while China enjoys a five-day weekend, a Labour Day with its roots in a U.S. riot.
One of Asia's largest oil shippers has sought protection against liquidation from 23 of the world's biggest banks amid revelations of its founder's cover-up.
Trading volumes dropping on major indexes, U.K. teams begin human trials on a Covid-19 vaccine, and the U.S. Senate wants another stimulus package addition.
The Hong Kong authorities used the coronavirus shutdown as an opportunity to round up the city's most-prominent pro-democracy figures. Beijing's underlings in the city will apparently stop at nothing.
South Korea's economy remains largely open as citizens vote nationwide. Diplomats have arranged factory-visit flights for Korean executives, and would like international business travel to resume.
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Mainland Chinese shares have halved their losses for the year, even as questions about China's body count swirl.
Slowing infections in South Korea and stimulus in Singapore and Japan pushed stocks higher Monday, but tighter restrictions will hurt Asia's economies.
The world's 4th largest population has under 2,000 confirmed coronavirus cases. Yet the Indonesian rupiah has breached 16,000, a level not seen since the Asian financial crisis over 20 years ago.