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Advanced nations forecast to stall, emerging economies likely to maintain faster growth

WASHINGTON: Pacific Investment Management Co (Pimco), which runs the world's biggest bond fund, is forecasting that advanced economies will stall over the next year as Europe slides into a recession, underscoring mounting investor concern about the global economic outlook.


Finance stocks hardest hit

PETALING JAYA: Finance stocks lead declines on Bursa Malaysia with the country's largest bank, Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) losing RM3.06bil of its market capitalisation of RM62.81bil on Thursday, as it succumbed to the bearish sentiments dominating markets globally.


US and global stocks plunge suggesting deepening worry(update3)

NEW YORK, Sept 22 (Reuters) U.S. stocks plunged on Thursday, extending a selloff to four days, as policymakers' failure to arrest global economic stagnation sent markets spiraling downward.


Asian stocks up in early trade Friday

SINGAPORE/HONG KONG, Sept 16 (Reuters) Asian stocks jumped on Friday and the euro steadied, after rising sharply the previous day, as investors hoped for a big policy move from European finance ministers to combat the debt crisis.


Caution grips markets as euro zone talks eyed

SINGAPORE, Sept 14 (Reuters) A rebound in Asian stocks and the euro stalled and gold edged up on Wednesday as investors waited for convincing signs of progress on taming the euro zone debt crisis.


Mizuho seeks licence to offer syariah-compliant services

KUALA LUMPUR: Banks from Japan to Bahrain plan to set up offices in Malaysia to take advantage of the growth in Islamic finance assets in the world#8217;s biggest sukuk market.


S&P: Don’t blame us

SINGAPORE: The top official behind Standard Poor's downgrade of the United States said yesterday it was not to blame for August's stock market rout, and warned that developed nations still needed to 'get their act together' to tackle their mountains of debt.


Call for global talks on economic crisis

TOKYO: China and Japan called for global cooperation yesterday after a financial market rout signalled fear that Europe's debt crisis could spin out of control and the US economy may slide into another recession.


US dollar suffers, but no stocks panic despite US debt stalemate

LONDON: The US dollar fell across the board yesterday after President Barack Obama gave no sign of a swift breakthrough in deadlocked talks to raise the US debt ceiling, while stocks put in mixed performance with focus on earnings.


Continued reforms will draw funds to Malaysia's stock market

PETALING JAYA: A commitment to reforms will draw more institutional funds to the local stock market, whose weightage on the MSCI Emerging Markets and MSCI All-Country Asia ex-Japan indices as of June has risen.