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MORGAN Stanley is expecting a sustained rebound in Singapore’s stock market on an imminent recovery in domestic and global growth.
PETALING JAYA: Local planters will stand to be beneficiaries to the government’s latest move to suspend the crude palm oil (CPO) export duty till the end of this year, say analysts.
PETALING JAYA: FGV Holdings Bhd, which suffered bigger losses in the first three months of this year, is targeting a better financial performance in 2020 than last year despite the current challenging business environment due to the outbreak of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
SINGAPORE: Most Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Thursday as fears of a delay in economic recovery due to rising coronavirus cases in countries easing lockdowns were exacerbated by dour outlook from the U.S. Federal Reserve chairman.
KUALA LUMPUR: TSh Resources Bhd's earnings are expected to remain largely intact despite the three-week suspension in Sabah operations as it will still be able to harvest its crop, and fresh fruit bunch growth for the company is driven largely by its Indonesian estates.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bloomberg) -- Oil palm planters in Malaysia, the world’s second-largest grower, warned that closing estates in its top-producing state may exacerbate the spread of the coronavirus by creating a flood of economic migrants, while tightening food supplies.
PETALING JAYA: Heavily battered along with the broader market, plantation stocks on Bursa Malaysia now appear attractive in terms of valuation.
SINGAPORE: The Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak is turning some of the winners of the last quarter into this year’s losers in Singapore’s market for small-cap stocks.