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Northeast Asia preferred over South-East

Faced with tumbling markets as the Federal Reserve becomes more likely to ease its stimulus measures, investors dedicated to emerging Asian markets are betting that the South Korean won and Taiwan dollar will fare better than their South-East Asian counterparts.


U.S. fund investors pour US$8.68bil into stock ETFs

NEW YORK: Investors in U.S.-based funds pumped the most money into stock exchange-traded funds since mid-September while also putting money into higher-quality corporate bonds in one of the last reporting weeks of the year, data from Thomson Reuters' Lipper service showed on Thursday.


Analysis: "Caveat emptor" as foreigners rush to ride China rebound

HONG KONG: Foreign investors have started rebuilding their China equity portfolios, tempted by low valuations after two years of market underperformance and signs economic growth may be stabilizing.


Fitch Affirms Malaysia's Tenaga at 'BBB+'; Outlook Stable

SINGAPORE/HONG KONG: Fitch Ratings has affirmed Malaysia-based Tenaga Nasional Berhad's (Tenaga) Long-Term Foreign and Local Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at 'BBB+' and its Short-Term Foreign and Local Currency IDRs at 'F2'. The Outlook is Stable. At the same time, Fitch has affirmed Tenaga's foreign and local currency senior unsecured ratings at 'BBB+'.


Significan flow of foreign funds into local stocks last week

KUALA LUMPUR: There was significant foreign inflow to the local bourse last week, with a cumulative RM6.7bil net inflow of foreign funds to Malaysia for the year up to last Friday, a research house said.


Analysis: As funds flee, India's pain is Southeast Asia's gain

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Southeast Asian nations are swallowing an outflow of money from India, as foreign investors lose patience with its policy paralysis and slowing growth and aim instead for more promising emerging markets such as Indonesia.


Global share prices tumbled Mon, but recovering Tuesday(update3)

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - European stock index futures rose sharply on Tuesday, after Asian shares rebounded from multi-month lows and as the euro clung to gains on hopes that euro zone officials will act to corral Greece's debt woes and prevent a financial meltdown.


Singapore bourse posts biggest drop in 2 months

BANGKOK: Most South-East Asian stock markets fell yesterday, with Singapore posting its biggest drop in two months, as investors sold commodity and resource stocks.


In the US small caps losing their edge over blue chips

CHICAGO: Could David be losing his historical edge over Goliath in the stock market? Investors are starting to wonder.


Foreign outflows draw the bear

AFTER a year-long hiatus, the stock market bear is making a comeback.