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SINGAPORE: Asian emerging-market currencies are cheap and an imminent U.S.-China trade deal means this is a good time to buy them, according to Pacific Investment Management Co.
PETALING JAYA: With the prolonged US-China trade war and global growth moderating across developed and emerging economies, coupled with geopolitical tensions, the banking sector as a bellwether of the Malaysian economy is not being spared from a tough 2020.
THE political upheaval in Hong Kong that has been happening since June is seeing a particular favourite of global institutional investors – Singapore-listed real estate investment trusts (S-REITs) – being hit.
DESPITE slower growth in the third quarter, Malaysia’s economy remains on track to expand within Bank Negara’s full-year projection of 4.3% to 4.8% in 2019.
THE US dollar weakened 0.19% to 98.163 due to mixed trade headlines as President Donald Trump said over the weekend that trade talks with China were moving along “very nicely” but that Washington would only make a deal with Beijing if it was right for the US.
THERE has to be structural changes to the housing sector if it is to climb out of its current malaise, two industry sources say.
SHANGHAI: China stocks fell on Friday to end the week lower, with the country's blue-chip index posting its biggest weekly decline in more than three months, amid uncertainty around the Sino-U.S. trade deal while investors sought more clues on Beijing's policy support in the midst of a slowing economy.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia will continue to engage with index providers and investors to see what other measures it can put in place to create greater efficiency in the market.
HONG KONG: Alibaba Group's US$13.4bil Hong Kong listing is shrinking cash levels in the protest-wracked financial hub, with short-term borrowing costs shooting back towards a decade-high marked in July.HONG KONG: Alibaba Group's US$13.4bil Hong Kong listing is shrinking cash levels in the protest-wracked financial hub, with short-term borrowing costs shooting back towards a decade-high marked in July.
HONG KONG: Cracks are starting to emerge in Hong Kong’s currency and money markets, as traders speculate the local dollar’s resilience to increasingly violent protests won’t last.