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HONG KONG: Gold and United States stocks could part ways during a fresh round of market turbulence, ending a three-month period in which their returns were almost yoked.
HONG KONG shares ended lower on Thursday as Sino-U.S. tensions added to the existing woes about economic fallout, with U.S. Fed policymakers saying a rise in COVID-19 cases in the United States is slowing recovery in the world's largest economy.
LONDON: Britain’s banks took a gloomier view than almost all their European peers in their second quarter earnings, as coronavirus fears, Brexit and low interest rates caused them to bake tougher “worst-case” scenarios into their risk models.
NEW YORK: Some investors are worried the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic is dealing a body blow to the dollar, potentially accelerating what has so far been a slow erosion in the greenback's status as the world's dominant reserve currency.
LONDON: Britain's banks took a gloomier view than almost all their European peers in their second quarter earnings, as coronavirus fears, Brexit and low interest rates caused them to take tougher "worst-case" scenarios into their risk models.
NEW YORK: Wall Street ended higher after a choppy session on Tuesday, lifted by Apple and energy stocks but limited by declines in AIG and Microsoft while investors awaited more U.S. government stimulus to fight economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit is expected to benefit from firmer Asian currencies benefitting from the interest rate as well as growth differentials between the region with industrial economies, AmBank Research said.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. economy could benefit if the nation were to "lock down really hard" for four to six weeks, a top Federal Reserve official said on Sunday, adding that Congress can well afford large sums for coronavirus relief efforts.
SHANGHAI: Foreign investors made record net purchases of Chinese bonds traded through the country’s Bond Connect programme in July, boosted by record yield premiums over US debt.