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KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) reduced the Overnight Policy Rate (OPR) by 25 basis points to 2.75% -- lowest since 2011.
BENGALURU: Gold prices rose to a two-week high as the spread of a new virus in China stoked fears of a wider epidemic, sparking a sudden bout of risk aversion and sell-off in Asian stocks.
SHANGHAI: China’s foreign exchange regulator has urged companies to strengthen their risk management systems to lessen the impact from rising two-way volatility in the Chinese yuan.
NEW DELHI: A decision by the International Monetary Fund to downgrade its economic growth forecast for India is adding to pressure on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his policies.The Opposition criticised the government for failing to deliver on promises to reform the economy and keep growth on track.
LONDON: Global stock markets slumped on Tuesday (Jan 21) as a SARS-like virus taking hold in China spooked investors, while sentiment suffered a knock also from a credit-ratings downgrade to major financial hub Hong Kong, analysts said.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong stocks tumbled on Tuesday (Jan 21) after the city's credit rating was downgraded over its response to months of sometimes violent protests, while investors were also spooked by a deadly SARS-like virus that has been confirmed to be transmitted between humans.
SYDNEY: Asian shares took a sudden turn for the worse on Tuesday as mounting concerns about a new strain of coronavirus in China sent a ripple of risk aversion through markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Global Economics and Markets Research is cautiously optimistic about the outlook for Malaysia as some early signs of a turnaround have emerged despite concerns of waning growth momentum and persistent downside risks.
BENGALURU: European shares retreated from recent peaks on Monday as investors paused before launching into a week packed with economic data and the European Central Bank's first policy meeting of the year. Wall Street was closed.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE: The International Monetary Fund predicted the world economy will strengthen in 2020, albeit at a slightly slower pace than previously anticipated amid threats related to trade and tensions in the Middle East.