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SHANGHAI: Shanghai stocks tumbled nearly 4 percent on Tuesday to a two-year low as U.S. President Donald Trump's fresh tariff threats against China raised the spectre of a full-blown trade war.
TOKYO: Rocker Bryan Adams might have had the best days of his life in 1969, but it wasn’t a great year for US investors. And lessons from back then could help fund managers think through the implications of rising inflation expectations and bond yields.
SHANGHAI: China stocks fell further on Tuesday amid lingering concerns over trade tensions between China and the United States, and as investors pondered China's GDP data for the first quarter.
HONG KONG: Lei Shing Hong Ltd, which runs Mercedes-Benz dealerships in Asia and Europe, is planning to relist in Hong Kong in a deal that could raise around US$800mil, according to a source.
TOKYO: The dollar dropped on Friday, having pulled sharply back from six-week highs after U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium took the wind out of the greenback's week-long recovery.
KUALA LUMPUR: Sustained foreign selling on Bursa Malaysia saw investors staying cautious early Thursday as they awaited firmer signs of stronger recovery before putting their money in riskier assets.
KUALA LUMPUR: Earnings from EcoWorld International's (EWI) proposed JV with Willmott Dixon (WD) could come in earlier if the JV’s enbloc sale of its build-to-rent (BTR) units materialises, says Maybank Investment Bank Research.
PETALING JAYA: Moderating inflation, after the jump in prices in 2017, may not necessarily mean that Malaysians’ purchasing power will improve as it will depend on how much wages are raised. Consumer sentiments index remains below 100-point threshold