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US dollar remains under pressure amid lingering war fears

THE US dollar remained under pressure yesterday amid lingering fears of war even though Iraq has agreed to destroy its missiles and Turkey has refused to be used as a base for a US-led attack on Iraq.

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Iraq deadline stirs hopes

Stocks closed slightly higher on Friday, as a March 17 deadline for Iraq to meet disarmament demands or face war fed investor hopes for resolution to a crisis that has depressed markets for months.

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Go for divided strategy advice

As in life, a balanced approach is often the best strategy in investing. That's what strategists are advising Asian investors trapped between the risk of falling markets and the fear of missing out on a relief rally after the imminent Gulf war.

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Test for world economies

THE WORLD#8217;S fragile economies may be tested to the hilt and could be faced with greater uncertainty even if the US-led forces achieve a quick victory in Iraq, economists said yesterday. A prolonged war, meanwhile, #8220;guarantees recession#8221;.

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Morgan Stanley: Too early to think of post-war recovery

IT is not time to focus on a post-war recovery even though the war in Iraq has already started, as the possibility of the US slipping into recession remains high, according to Stephen Roach, the chief economist of Morgan Stanley.

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Bonds still in high demand

MALAYSIAN bonds will still be in high demand as credit investors take great comfort in the prudence of the financial system, according to Mi-chael Dee, the managing director and chief executive officer and head of Morgan Stanley#039;s Singapore office.

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Banks earn bumper fees on cash call of France Telecom

Investment banks are set for their second big payoff in a week, with fees from France Telecom#8217;s multi-billion euro rights issue expected to reach more than 130 million euros (US$138mil), sources said.

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Two financial giants apply for China QFII status

China#8217;s flagging plan to allow big foreign investors to tap its US$500bil domestic stock market has received a boost with two top financial firms applying to trade yuan-denominated shares.

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Dr Doom: US will win but the 'war' will go on

Investors remain unprepared for anything but a short war. said Morgan Stanley economist Bill Sullivan over CNN.

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Development strategy needed for more portfolio inflows

MALAYSIA must create a dual track development strategy and a theme for global equity investors to attract more portfolio inflows, according to Daniel Lian, economist for South-East Asia at Morgan Stanley.