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KUALA LUMPUR: A flight to safe-haven assets set off a rapid spike in 10-year Malaysian Government Securities (MGS) yields to 3.58% on Thursday from 2.84% at end-February before easing off, RAM Ratings said.
SYDNEY: Asian shares staged a rare rally on Friday as Wall Street eked out gains, bonds rallied and oil boasted its biggest bounce on record, though the panicked rush into U.S. dollars suggested the crisis was far from done.
SYDNEY: Asian shares sought a reprieve on Friday as Wall Street eked out gains, bonds rallied and oil boasted its biggest bounce on record, though a panicked rush into U.S. dollars suggested the crisis was far from done.
MUMBAI: India’s rupee weakened to a new low and stocks slumped anew amid a global meltdown in risk assets, with rising number of coronavirus cases locally adding to anxiety. Sovereign bonds also declined.
FRANKFURT: The worst rout in credit since the global financial crisis deepened in Asia despite the European Central Bank launching massive extra emergency stimulus and a cut in rates by its Australian counterpart.
Borders shut in several Asia-Pacific countries over Covid-19 fears, S. Korea unveils "unprecedented" aid package
HONG KONG: Several Asia-Pacific countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Cambodia and Myanmar, have closed their borders on Thursday (March 19) to contain the spread of Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, while South Korea announced an emergency financial aid package for small businesses.
THE dollar surged, with a gauge rising to a record high, as investors sold all other assets to build a stockpile of the world’s reserve currency to withstand a prolonged coronavirus pandemic.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will look into offering cash payouts to households as part of a stimulus package that could be worth more than $276 billion to combat the widening fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, joining efforts across the world to roll out huge fiscal support to fend of recession risks.
RIO DE JANEIRO/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - The coronavirus outbreak hammered Brazil on Wednesday, crushing local markets, infecting more members of the country's political elite and prompting loud protests against President Jair Bolsonaro, whose son waded into a diplomatic spat with China.
THE European Central Bank launched an extra emergency bond-buying program worth 750 billion euros ($820 billion) in the latest attempt to calm markets and protect a euro-area economy struggling to cope with the coronavirus epidemic.