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KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia continued its bearish trend on Monday to kick off a holiday-shortened week amid the negative market sentiment.
TOKYO: SoftBank Vision Fund managing partner Colin Fan is leaving his role at the behemoth investment fund, marking the second departure of a managing partner this month, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
LONDON/NEW YORK: Growing concerns about stock bubbles on Wall Street are sparking fears of a pullback, highlighted by the wild ride for shares such as GameStop Corp.
NEW YORK: Global stocks slipped from record levels on Tuesday, with investors cautious as the Federal Reserve kicked off its two-day policy meeting and U.S. lawmakers continued to debate a new stimulus plan.
MUMBAI: India is poised to sell a near-record amount of debt in the coming fiscal year, pressuring a sovereign bond market that’s increasingly worried about support from the central bank.
NEW YORK: Stocks fell around the world on Wednesday as investors turned more cautious over stretched valuations and the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, while the dollar rose on its safe-haven appeal.
KUALA LUMPUR: The hiring market in Malaysia is likely to remain slow and conservative in most sectors in 2021, with growth expected in key areas such as business strategy, digitalisation, healthcare and renewable energy, according to a survey.
NEW YORK: The dollar retreated and Wall Street rallied on Thursday as investors looked past weak U.S. GDP and jobless claims data to hopes of a rosier economy ahead and welcomed restrictions on this week's social media-driven trading frenzy.
NEW YORK/LONDON: Wall Street and lobal equity markets sank on Friday amid a growing battle on Wall Street between hedge funds and retail investors, while a dispute over COVID-19 vaccine supply in Europe cooled risk appetite
NEW YORK: Some investors are growing concerned that wild swings in GameStop and other stocks driven by small-time traders could be fresh signs of overexuberance that foreshadow volatility for the broader stock market.