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HONG KONG: China stocks fell and the Hong Kong benchmark touched a two-week low on Wednesday as Iran's retaliation against the United States put investors on edge, but losses were limited after U.S. President Donald Trump said "All is well".
KUALA LUMPUR: It was a sea of red on Bursa Malaysia in the morning trading session, with losers outpacing gainers, as tensions flared up in the Middle East after Iran fired missiles at U.S. forces in Iraq.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) saw its share price slump to a low of RM7.02, the lowest since May 2019, early Wednesday as investors were concerned about the abrupt departure of its group CEO Raja Azmi Raja Nazuddin.
SINGAPORE: Oil extended its dramatic surge, surpassing $70 a barrel in London for the first time since September, as Middle East tensions flared after the U.S. assassinated one of Iran’s most powerful generals.
SINGAPORE: Oil extended its dramatic surge above $70 a barrel as the fallout between the U.S. and Iran escalated after the assassination of one of the Islamic Republic’s most powerful generals.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia slid early Monday as investors in Asia were rattled by the rising tensions in the Middle East following the US killing of a top Iranian military commander and an Iraqi militia leader.
SYDNEY: Asian share markets looked to be heading into turbulence on Monday as a flare-up of tensions in the Middle East sent gold to its highest in almost seven years while oil flirted with four-month peaks.
NEW YORK/LONDON: Oil prices jumped to the highest level in more than three months on Friday after the United States killed a top Iranian military commander in Iraq, sparking fears that escalating conflict in the region could disrupt global oil supplies.
NEW YORK: Oil in New York capped its biggest annual increase since 2016, as Opec’s production cuts tempered supplies while a trade pact between the US and China buoyed the outlook for demand.
UNITED NATIONS: U.N. Security Council members are due to meet informally on Monday for a second round of negotiations on a Russian and Chinese proposal to lift a raft of sanctions on North Korea, a move that some diplomats say has little support.