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KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia says it had initiated the purchase of 55.79 acres of land from the government for RM2bil and it was conducted as an arms-length transaction.
SINGAPORE: To deal with a familiar combination of falling currencies and uncertainty about economic growth, Asian central banks are reverting to their classic policy playbook. They are intervening in currency markets while concurrently injecting cash into their economies.
HONG KONG: Manufacturing activity remained relatively solid in major Asian economies such as China and Japan in April, but exports showed signs of weakness across the region, a worrying development given heightened Sino-U.S. trade tensions.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s DBS Group Holdings Ltd said it expects a strong performance this year, after it reported a record high net profit for the first quarter, powered by higher interest rates and loan growth in an improving economy.
SINGAPORE: China's currency, bonds and stocks are among fund managers' top picks for 2018 as they bet the United States and China will avert a full-blown and potentially costly trade war.
SINGAPORE: The Treasuries rout is making emerging Asian bonds look even more attractive.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia has acquired a piece of land near the central bank here from the government for its financial education hub.
SINGAPORE: A mammoth tax package coming in the U.S. will add pressure on Asian central banks to tighten while aiding the region’s exports, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
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