The US has granted exemptions to eight countries, allowing them to continue buying Iranian oil temporarily.
This a day after several high-profile Democrats and critics of President Trump were targeted.
The move will inject net 750b yuan (RM453b) into the banking system.
The market is bolstered by optimism that trade talks will revive later this month.
The amount surpasses the previous record of $28.93 billion set in June.
The PM prefers diplomacy when dealing with the Asian superpower.
Trump and Kim Jong Un may have shook hands on the matter, but N Korea's denuclearisation is still a minefield.
US$200 b in Chinese goods face 25pct tariff, up from 10pct.
COMMENT | CIA 'love letter' is no surprise, considering our decades-long affair with the US.
He is now willing to give a criminal referral that would move the case against Trump over the abuse of funds.
The US-China trade war poses risks to the economy down south.
Locals complain of noise and worries on electromagnetic waves from the missile base.
This is to retrieve the remains of American soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean war.
The state-backed Global Times says China is not afraid of a showdown in the matter.
US veep says Japan and South Korea still agree on isolating rogue state despite Olympics detente.
Bill is intended to prevent US gov't of purchasing equipment from Chinese companies.
Mike Pompeo also classes Chinese cyber threat as being of equal concern.
Some locals scramble to find shelter after 'This is not a drill' alert sent out by mistake.
He says this ahead of the PM joining a rally to protest Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
COMMENT | Is Rais Hussin being deliberately obtuse in his critique of our US ties?
National Council of Professors’ Mohamed Mustafa says even China’s been investing in the US.
M'sia involved with multinational search efforts to locate missing sailors since Monday.
It says Trump's son wasn't under its purview at the time, and denies claim of knowledge.
It plays down Trump’s claim China's trade with N Korea has grown 40 percent in the first quarter.
China wants all sides to 'lower temperatures' as accusations continue to fly.
US mulls ways to pressure North Korea over its nuclear programme, including military options.
A US Navy strike group heads toward the Korean Peninsula.
Both Trump and Clinton have opposed the ratification and enforcement of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.