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LONDON: Oil slipped further below $45 a barrel on Friday, giving up this week's gains, under pressure from doubts about demand recovery due to the coronavirus pandemic and rising supply.
LONDON: The dollar steadied on Friday as a spike in U.S. bond yields and a drag on risk sentiment from lacklustre Chinese economic data slowed a selldown of the U.S. currency, which was headed for its longest weekly losing streak since 2010.
BENGALURU: Asian bonds recorded a second straight month of foreign inflows in July bolstered by a hunt for higher yields and signs of recovery in the regional economies.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia’s intervention in the financial market through overnight policy rate (OPR) cuts, liquidity injection and releasing debt reserve has helped keep it orderly as it was pre-Covid-19.
KUALA LUMPUR: I-Bhd posted lower net profit and revenue in the second quarter ended June 30,2020 due to the impact from the movement control order (MCO) and soft property market conditions.
CHINA’s multi-year clampdown on its peer-to-peer lending industry has whittled the number to just 29 platforms, down from about 6,000 at its peak, according to the nation’s top banking regulator.
SINGAPORE/BEIJING: China's diesel demand is likely to hit a record this year powered by trucking activity, as Beijing's aggressive stimulus fuels a construction and delivery boom and a speedy recovery in heavy machinery sales, analysts say.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia lowered its forecast for the economy this year due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and it expected negative growth of between 3.5% and 5.5% this year before rebounding 5.5% to 8% next year.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's economy shrank 17.1% in the second quarter ended June 30 as it was seriously impacted by the movement control orders, especially in April, which was a much deeper contraction compared with a Bloomberg survey of 10.9%.
KUALA LUMPUR: Gas Malaysia’s 2Q20 net profit was in line with Maybank Investment Bank and market expectations, with movement control order (MCO) induced volume weakness being offset by a higher spread.