Dividend, virus tariff threat shockers

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  • Wednesday, 06 May 2020

This “dirty” tactic to divert dissatisfaction among Americans over the handling of the virus outbreak will roil economies and financial markets, which are already experiencing extreme volatility, said Socio Economic Research Centre executive director Lee Heng Guie.

INVESTMENT is taking on a new face, where faith in many of the once high-dividend yielders, has been shattered.

And as investors are trying to catch their breath on the string of dividend cuts and suspensions, they are confronted with another potential shocker of US virus tariffs against China.

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