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NEW YORK: Investors will watch this week’s earnings from BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, for a snapshot of how the industry performed during the second quarter’s dramatic rebound in global financial markets.
THE US dollar depreciated by 0.49% to 97.60 due to resurgent coronavirus infections in the US, and the prospect of improving growth abroad, souring investors’ appeal on the dollar.
NEW YORK: Asian stocks were expected to rise on Thursday, as hopes of a robust economic recovery offset concerns over flare-ups in the coronavirus pandemic, and as investors looked ahead to earnings season.
At least one pledging more support ahead from the bank
KUALA LUMPUR: The inflow of foreign funds into Malaysia’s debt securities rose to RM11.6bil in June, the fastest pace in over four years, Kenanga Investment Bank Research said.
NEW YORK: Asian markets looked set to rise on Tuesday as investors weighed growing expectations of an economic rebound in China and a resurgent U.S. services industry, brushing off worries about a spike in U.S. coronavirus cases.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. Federal Reserve's massive stash of bonds and other assets slipped for a third straight week to its smallest size since mid-May, data released by the central bank on Thursday showed.
NEW YORK: The Federal Reserve edged towards a longer-range plan for monetary policy at its meeting last month, raising serious questions about a strategy known as yield curve control that is untested in the United States, and signaling it may rely on explicit promises about its inflation or employment goals to steer public expectations.
BENGALURU: Indonesia's stocks and currency were driven in opposite directions on Thursday by rising bets for arate cut, while the baht drifted lower on Thailand's plans for a bigger budget deficit to revive its Covid-19 coronavirus-battered economy.
BENGALURU: The dollar's dominance will slowly melt away over the coming year on weakening global demand and a sombre US economic outlook, according to a Reuters poll of currency forecasters whose views depend on there being no second Covid-19 coronavirus shock.