Stock market today: Asian shares mostly higher, though China benchmarks falter

Asian markets forged higher today (Tuesday) after another day of gains on Wall Street, although Hong Kong’s benchmark faltered.

Macron sets trade, Ukraine as top priority as President Xi pays a state visit to France

China’s President Xi Jinping arrived at the French presidential palace yesterday for a two-day state visit that is expected to focus both on trade disputes and diplomatic

South Korean high roller takes top spot in Golden Week gaming

For the first time ever, the top player in Macau’s premium mass gaming rooms during the Golden Week holiday period was not Chinese. According to a

Alipay fuels surge in outbound and inbound travel to Macau

As the world emerges from the shadow of the pandemic, the Chinese tourism market is roaring back to life – and digital payment platforms are playing

Ron Lam calls for more transparency and logic

Lawmaker Ron Lam has issues with the way the government is running its new Talent Recruitment System, which grants residency to several categories of qualified

New multiple entry visas with Hengqin to promote hotel occupancy out of Macau, MGTO says

The new measure enforced today, with multiple entry visas to be issued to tour groups from the mainland to visit Hengqin and Macau, aims to promote greater

CCAC finds no issues with housing prices

The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) investigation into complaints about the Chief Executive’s Instruction No. 57/2024 has concluded the instruction’s housing pricing and subsidy ratios comply with

TurboJET plans packages with casinos to boost visitors

Macau ferry operator TurboJET is planning to collaborate with the city’s six casino operators to increase visitors to the city by offering boat-plus-show ticket packages on

Deposits decrease nearly 5%

Currency in circulation and demand deposits dropped 1.5% and 4.7% respectively in March, according to data from the Monetary Authority of Macao, causing M1 to decrease 3.8% from

Q1: New firms rise to 1,117

The number of newly incorporated companies in Macau rose by 12 quarter-on-quarter to 1,117 in the first quarter of 2024, according to data from the Statistics and Census

Seniors’ public housing price starts at MOP5,400

Units at the elderly public housing are divided into four areas, of which area A has the highest usage fee and area D has the lowest. The usage

CURB calls for participants in photography competition

The Center for Architecture and Urbanism (CURB) is hosting the third iteration of the Macau Architectural Photography Competition, challenging photography enthusiasts to embark on a journey of rediscovery

Lawyers association plans delegation to visit Portugal, foster exchanges

The Macau Lawyers Association will lead a delegation of approximately 18 individuals on a visit to Portugal, scheduled from late June to early July, president Vong

Macau rising temperatures set new April records

The average temperature in Macau is consistently increasing, and the city has broken three average temperature records for April. Data from the Meteorological and

Shop loses MOP18,000, windows and doors left open

Police have apprehended a 34-year-old unemployed man from the mainland at the Border Gate. They suspect him of being involved in the robbery of a shop located at the

Hungary and Serbia’s leaders to roll out red carpet for Xi during Europe tour

Chinese leader Xi Jinping will spend the bulk of his five-day tour in Europe this week in two small countries at the continent’s eastern half, a region

Australia accuses Chinese fighter jet of ‘unsafe behavior’

Australia has protested to Beijing that a Chinese fighter jet endangered an Australian navy helicopter with flares in international waters, officials said yesterday. The incident

As China, Iran allegedly hunt for dissidents, the FBI is racing to counter the threat

After a participant in the historic Tiananmen Square protests entered a 2022 congressional race in New York City, a Chinese intelligence operative wasted little time enlisting a

1984 Moscow pulls out of US Olympics

Twelve weeks before the opening ceremony of the Los Angeles Olympic Games, the USSR has announced it is boycotting them. It is expected most of the Eastern

Double delight for China with wins in both Uber and Thomas Cups

China underlined its badminton supremacy as it beat Indonesia in the final of both the Uber Cup and Thomas Cup last weekend. China, which lost the

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