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KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Asset Management (Malaysia) Bhd launched its UOBAM Invest, a robo-advisory service that provides customised investment portfolios online to help companies meet their investment goals.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Though foreign investors have started returning to the Thai bonds market now that Covid-19 is subsiding, this capital inflow may renew the threat of baht appreciation, warn bond experts, as companies apply to issue corporate bonds with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign funds continued to withdraw from Bursa Malaysia with the amount of outflow nine times more to RM774.1mil last week, according to MIDF Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: Glove makers rallied in early Tuesday trade on rising concerns about an increase in the Covid-19 coronavirus in several countries which would spur greater demand for the product
NEW YORK: Asian equities and oil prices were set to slip on Tuesday amid growing investor worries about a second wave of coronavirus infections after the Chinese city where the pandemic originated reported its first new cases since its lockdown was lifted.
NEW YORK: Global equities wavered on Monday as investors weighed a jump in coronavirus cases in South Korea and Germany against signs that more parts of the U.S. economy could soon emerge from economic lockdown. Safe havens such as U.S. Treasuries edged higher in anticipation of further stimulus measures to limit the damage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
LONDON: It’s a strange mood out there with European equities stuck in a sideway range since around early April, waiting for a fresh catalyst to drive the next leg up or down.
HAVING surprised markets with extraordinary credit easing, the Federal Reserve was hoping for a quieter period in which reduced financial volatility would allow for more of the heavy lifting to be shifted to other policy makers and markets. Instead, in a repeat of a too-familiar pattern, the markets are asking for more.
REVIEW: The confidence that accompanied the rebound in global equities showed signs of wearing down amid renewed conflict between the US and China. The prospect of a resumption of the trade war sent investors scurrying for cover as it risked further damaging the global economy.