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US-HEDGEFUND-PERFORMANCE-BRIDGEWATER NEW YORK: A US$70 billion portfolio managed by hedge fund titan Ray Dalio's Bridgewater Associates and widely held by many pension funds to survive stormy markets is emerging as a big loser in the recent selloff in global markets.
TODAY, global markets are torn by anxieties. The fallout from the UK’s vote to exit the European Union, the prospect of a strengthening US economy following an anaemic second quarter economic growth, a disappointing Japanese stimulus plan with a total value of 28 trillion yen over several years, of which includes ¥7.5 trillion (US$73bil) in new spending to jump-start the nation’s sluggish economy, concern over the Chinese economy slowing down, saw the markets torn, and an aggressive monetary policy by Bank of England, are key issues to have raised the anxiety.
TOKYO: Asian stocks fell on Wednesday, weighed by a renewed bout of selling on Wall Street, and crude oil struggled after a sharp slide as economic growth concerns gripped global markets.
REVIEW: Bursa Malaysia was one of the worst-performing markets in the region this week even as the headwinds continued to pile up. The latest developments from Europe especially roiled global markets with uncertainty.
SHANGHAI: Chinese shares struggled on Wednesday after plunging in the previous session, taking little comfort from a rise in global markets, though sentiment is fragile ahead of a policy statement later from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
DALIAN, China/SHANGHAI: China has fended off the major risks to its financial system while its economic prospects remain positive, Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday, as he tried to reassure global markets that Beijing can keep its economy on track and stock markets in check.
PETALING JAYA: Global markets, including Bursa Malaysia, were on edge, following the steep overnight fall of US markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: The local bourse joined other Asian markets in the red in early Friday trade as global markets retreated from news of US President Donald Trump's planned tariffs on steel and aluminium imports.