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Retirement funds heavily invested in stocks

Hong Kong: Pension funds in growing economies in Asia, Latin America and the Middle East have a sharply higher percentage of assets parked in stocks, just at a time when trade tensions threaten to derail markets.


Hedge funds turned record short on metals

LONDON: Commodity markets have gone haywire – and hedge funds with picture-perfect timing are set to rake in stellar profits.


Foreign funds sell RM629m of Malaysian equities

KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign funds were net sellers of Malaysian equities totaling RM629.5mil in the open market in the week ended May 31, MIDF Equities Research said.


Malaysia's Public Mutual launches 6 private retirement scheme funds

Public Mutual Bhd has launched six private retirement scheme (PRS) funds comprising of three conventional series and three Shariah-based series.


These hedge funds will control Noble Group after deal closes

SINGAPORE: Commodity trader Noble Group Ltd. has disclosed the identities of its new owners, detailing the hedge funds that’ll control most of the shares in the embattled company after its marathon $3.5 billion debt-for-equity restructuring is completed within the next two weeks.


Foreign funds making comeback

KUALA LUMPUR: Some international investors are recently seen reevaluating their decisions to pull out from the emerging markets (EM), and the slight changes in these views have resulted in a slow but continuous inflow of foreign funds.


Foreign funds turn net buyers

PETALING JAYA: Foreign funds are turning constructive on Malaysia’s outlook under the new government, according to Maybank Investment Bank (Maybank IB).


Foreign funds eyeing some Malaysian poultry players

PETALING JAYA: Increasingly convinced by the poultry sector’s defensive nature and better margins going downstream, foreign funds are now eyeing selective poultry players.


MIDF: Foreign funds return, may buy heavyweights

PETALING JAYA: Foreign funds have been making a comeback to Bursa Malaysia so far this year and could benefit some familiar heavyweight counters, according to MIDF Research.


Rabobank’s ‘crown jewels’ draw pension funds

AMSTERDAM: Rabobank Group, the Netherlands’ biggest mortgage lender, is in talks to sell home-loan packages of at least 1 billion euros (US$1.1bil) each to Dutch pension funds and insurers amid a plan to shrink and cut costs.