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Australian police seek to protect 10,000 customers after Optus hack

SYDNEY, Sept 30 (Reuters) – Australian authorities said on Friday they have begun an operation to protect the personal information of 10,000 people whose data may have been shared online after a cyber attack on Optus, the country’s second-largest telco. The efforts come three days after an unidentified person posted online that they had released …

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South Korea’s Yoon calls for a sense of urgency in cushioning economic shocks

SEOUL, Sept 30 (Reuters) – South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol on Friday called for more sense of urgency in dealing with heightened volatility in financial markets and promised to take contingency measures in a timely manner. “We have built a stronger breakwater than in the past in terms of external soundness and already implemented market …

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Japan’s factories boost output for third month in August

August output rises 2.7%, stronger than expected Manufacturers see output up in Sept, Oct Retail sales post y/y rise for the 6th straight month TOKYO, Sept 30 (Reuters) – Japan’s factories ramped up output for a third straight month in August, as the manufacturing sector showed resilience in the face of heightened fears about high …

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Toll-road operator Salik jumps 20% on market debut

DUBAI, Sept 29 (Reuters) – Dubai toll-road operator Salik (SALIK.DU) rose 20% above its listing price on its market debut on Thursday in a sign that investors still have appetite for local flotations despite skittish global markets. The company, which has 3.6 million vehicles registered on its system, raised 3.735 billion dirhams ($1.02 billion) by …

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Tata Motors launches $10,000 electric car in India to further its lead

NEW DELHI, Sept 28 (Reuters) – Tata Motors (TAMO.NS) launched India’s lowest priced electric car at a little over $10,000 on Wednesday as the country’s only electric vehicle (EV) maker looks to draw in more buyers. Tata leads India’s EV market, helped by government subsidies and high tariffs on imports. Its move comes as domestic …

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Optus under further fire for cyber breach, purported hacker claims data deleted

A woman uses her mobile phone as she walks past in front of an Optus shop in Sydney, Australia, February 8, 2018. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SYDNEY, Sept 27 (Reuters) – Australian telecoms giant Optus came under more fire from the government on Tuesday for a massive cyber …

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Rampant dollar pauses for breath as bears stalk stocks

Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HONG KONG, Sept 27 (Reuters) – Asian markets attempted to stabilize on Tuesday after a wild few days during which most assets, barring the dollar, fell, with the greenback easing a bit and stocks flat. Sterling, which collapsed to a record low $1.0327 on Monday, recovered …

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INDIA STOCKS Indian shares inch up as consumer stocks gain

A general view of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), after Sensex surpassed the 50,000 level for the first time, in Mumbai, India, January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BENGALURU, Sept 27 (Reuters) – Indian shares edged higher on Tuesday led by consumer companies, after closing at near …

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McDonald’s hikes prices in Japan on higher input costs, weaker yen

Customers are seen through the windows of a McDonald’s store (top) in Tokyo, while others stand in line in front of cash registers, July 22, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register TOKYO, Sept 26 (Reuters) – Japan’s McDonald’s fast food restaurants will raise prices on about 60% of its …

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