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SHANGHAI: China’s foreign exchange regulator has urged companies to strengthen their risk management systems to lessen the impact from rising two-way volatility in the Chinese yuan.
SYDNEY: Asian shares took a sudden turn for the worse on Tuesday as mounting concerns about a new strain of coronavirus in China sent a ripple of risk aversion through markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Global Economics and Markets Research is cautiously optimistic about the outlook for Malaysia as some early signs of a turnaround have emerged despite concerns of waning growth momentum and persistent downside risks.
BENGALURU: European shares retreated from recent peaks on Monday as investors paused before launching into a week packed with economic data and the European Central Bank's first policy meeting of the year. Wall Street was closed.
KUALA LUMPUR: The credit profile of Malaysia (A3 stable) is supported by its large, diversified and competitive economy, strong medium-term growth prospects compared with similarly rated peers and ample natural resources, Moody's Investors Service says.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's central bank is expected to keep its benchmark interest rate unchanged at a policy review on Wednesday, a Reuters poll showed, saving its ammunition for use during a possible slowdown in economic growth later in the year.
WITH stocks on Wall Street at the extremes of 2000, the start of the dotcom crash, will improved prospects for the global economy give the extra spur to markets?
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened marginally lower as market participants stayed on the sidelines amid positive developments surrounding the signing of US-China ‘Phase One’ trade deal and the U.S Senate’s approval of a new trade deal between the country and its North American neighbours, Mexico and Canada.
NEW YORK: The S&P 500 rallied through the 3,300 mark for the first time on Thursday and the other main U.S. indexes also surged to record highs, fueled by tech stocks, solid retail sales data and upbeat quarterly earnings from Morgan Stanley.
WASHINGTON: The United States and China signed an initial trade deal on Wednesday that will roll back some tariffs and boost Chinese purchases of U.S. products, defusing an 18-month row between the world's two largest economies but leaving a number of sore spots unresolved.