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Monetary policy less effective in spurring China’s growth: Researcher

BEIJING: Monetary policy is less effective in stimulating China’s growth as its economy faces a significant increase in downward pressure, a senior central bank researcher said.


Skip the battle of Brexit, try trading the Bank of England’s war

NEW YORK: When it comes to Brexit, Columbia Threadneedle’s Ed Al-Hussainy sees no way to trade Theresa May’s quandary. So he’s focusing on Mark Carney’s.


Kossan 'sell', Lafarge 'reduce', Petronas Chemical 'buy', N2N connect 'buy'

KOSSAN RUBBER INDUSTRIES BHD: HAVING ramped up activities at Plant 16, coupled with strong demand, Kossan’s net profit for the third quarter of financial year 2018 increased 25% quarter-on-quarter (q-o-q) to RM54mil.


Top Glove tops SGX’s healthcare sector best performers list

PETALING JAYA: Top Glove Corp Bhd is the best-performing constituent of the iEdge SG All Healthcare Index, with a 41.4% return on a year-to-date basis.


Leong Hup eyes bigger slice of Vietnam market

HO CHI MINH: Poultry producer Leong Hup International Bhd’s business unit in Vietnam is set to open its fourth and most advanced animal feed mill next month, as the group aims to capture a bigger share of the livestock industry


Moody’s: Support for RSPO-compliant firms, Sime praised

PETALING JAYA: Oil palm planters, particularly companies which comply with tighter sustainability standards of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), will have better support in their credit profile ratings, according Moody’s Investors Service.


US housing starts rise, but underlying trend weak

WASHINGTON: U.S. homebuilding rose in October amid a rebound in multi-family housing projects, but construction of single-family homes fell for a second straight month, suggesting the housing market remained mired in weakness as mortgage rates march higher.


With Bank of England warning of 1970s-style shock, UK firms ready for no-deal Brexit

LONDON: Companies began triggering plans to keep operating if Britain leaves the European Union without an agreement, a "no deal" scenario the Bank of England said could plunge the economy into a crisis not seen since the 1970s.


Oil price slumps 6% as equities slide feeds demand worry

NEW YORK: Oil prices tumbled more than 6 percent on Tuesday in heavy trading volume, with U.S. crude diving to its lowest level in more than a year, caught in a broader Wall Street selloff fed by mounting concerns about a slowdown in global economic growth.


Wall Street sells off again as retail, energy struggle

NEW YORK: U.S. stocks sold off for a second day on Tuesday as energy shares dropped with oil prices, and retailers including Target and Kohl's sank after weak earnings and forecasts, fueling worries about economic growth.