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S&P tumbles 3% as US yields soar, investors shun risk

NEW YORK: U.S. stocks tumbled on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 and the Dow marking their biggest daily declines since Feb. 8, and technology stocks were at the center of the carnage as rising U.S. Treasury yields sent investors fleeing from risky assets.


M’sia’s biggest bond house sees end to post-election doldrums

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian capital markets are finally shaking off the lull that followed Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s surprise election win five months ago, according to the nation’s biggest bond underwriter.


Big cap stocks hit, KLCI closes down nearly 40 points

KUALA LUMPUR: Anxiety over new taxes to shore up the country's finances sent the FBM KLCI skidding nearly 40 points on Wednesday with the big capitalised stocks among the most affected.


KLCI stumbles over 30pts in late afternoon on new taxes fears

KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign fund selling hammered blue chips as worries about higher taxes – such a capital gains tax – cast a pall of gloom over the stock market on Wednesday, with the losses outpacing the regional markets.

Corporate News

SoftBank is said to consider taking a majority stake in WeWork

SAN FRANCISCO: SoftBank Group Corp. is in talks to take a majority stake in WeWork Cos. as the co-working startup raises additional capital to accelerate its expansion, according to a person familiar with the matter.


Petronas stocks, Sime Plantation underpin KLCI’s early advance

KUALA LUMPUR: Fund buying of Petronas-linked stocks and Sime Darby underpinned the FBM KLCI’s early advance on Wednesday.


Nor Shamsiah: Education sector in dire need of structural reforms

KUALA LUMPUR: The education sector has been highly neglected and is the sector most in need of structural reforms, says Bank Negara.


Connecting Malaysia digitally – a dream or reality?

GOBIND Singh Deo seems to have set some tough targets for himself and the telecoms industry players.

Analyst Reports

Allianz may see new business strain with minimum allocation rate

KUALA LUMPUR: Insurance companies may face new business strain with Bank Negara Malaysia's implementation of the minimum allocation rate (MAR) in Jan 2019, if commission rates paid to agents remain unchanged.


Welcome to rupiah’s new normal

JAKARTA: Indonesian policy makers wrestling with a weaker currency have a message for the market: welcome to the new normal.