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SINGAPORE: Shares in bourse operator Singapore Exchange Ltd suffered their steepest daily fall in more than a decade after the company said its profit would be hit when a licence to offer a suite of regional equity derivatives ends in February 2021.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's exchange is launching derivatives products with U.S.-based index publisher MSCI that the Singapore bourse is relinquishing, in a deal it said underpinned the territory's draw amid concerns from a new security law planned by China.
TOKYO/NEW YORK (Reuters): Asian shares slipped on Wednesday (May 27) as investor concerns about rising tensions between the United States and China tempered optimism about a re-opening of the world economy.
TOKYO: One notable industry yet to join the Asian equity rebound is airlines, hit especially hard by global restrictions on travel and tourism from the coronavirus pandemic
HONG KONG: The shares at Hang Seng Index ended higher on Tuesday (May 26), mirroring a broader rally across Asia, as investors welcomed the promise of more stimulus in China and the gradual re-opening of the global economy.
HONG KONG shares ended higher on Tuesday, mirroring a broader rally across Asia, as investors welcomed the promise of more stimulus in China and the gradual re-opening of the global economy.
SYDNEY: Asian shares forged ahead on Tuesday while U.S. stock futures challenged a major chart barrier as investors looked past Sino-U.S. trade tensions to more stimulus in China and a re-opening world economy.
SYDNEY: Asian shares crept ahead on Tuesday following an upbeat session in Europe and further gains in U.S. stock futures as investors looked past Sino-U.S. trade tensions to a re-opening world economy
LONDON: Stocks edged higher on Monday after a survey showed German business morale rebounded in May, boosting optimism around economic re-openings, although caution prompted the dollar to snap a rare losing streak