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OKYO: Kobe Steel's CEO said on Thursday the firm's data-fabrication may have spread beyond Japan, as he was ordered by the government to report on how the misconduct occurred and address safety concerns that have sparked a scare along global supply chains.
SINGAPORE: Asian investors, wary that the region’s stock markets and currencies have run up too far too fast and wondering whether it is time to take some money off the table, are finding that their concerns are not being reflected in major gauges of volatility and fear.
TOKYO: The possibility that SoftBank Group Corp will pile on even more debt if founder Masayoshi Son (pic) goes ahead with a bid for Charter Communications Inc is starting to spook the bond market.
KUALA LUMPUR: 1Malaysia Development Bhd.’s bonds were steady ahead of a $603 million arbitration payment to Abu Dhabi’s sovereign wealth fund next week.
INVESTORS aren’t taking sides in the biggest political crisis in the Gulf in decades because their focus has already returned to oil.
BIG Wall Street banks have spent billions of dollars and untold man-hours in recent years transforming their trading desks from hedge-fund like operations trading on their own account into market-making businesses offering a price based on what customers want to buy or sell.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE: A four-month credit extension for cash-strapped Noble Group Ltd sent the commodity trader's shares up almost 50 percent on Monday, though traders, analysts and industry sources warned the reprieve was likely to be only temporary.
SINGAPORE: Shares in Singapore-listed commodity trader Noble Group had some respite on Monday, climbing 9% after a source familiar with the matter said its creditors have agreed to push back a key repayment deadline by four months.