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Asian bonds seen a haven in face of Fed tightening

KUALA LUMPUR: The reflation trade is carving out refuges in some curious places, case in point: emerging Asian debt.


Treasury pulse

IT was the US dollar story for the week. It touched its highest level in four months against a basket of currencies as expectations rose that the Fed might tighten its monetary policy while other major central banks are envisaged to loosen their monetary policy.


When Mario Draghi buys, it's time to sell

LONDON: When Mario Draghi buys, it's time to sell. The European Central Bank president's promise to buy bonds has caused corporate funding costs to collapse and distortions in bond and derivative markets.


2016 - Hope - Having only positive expectations

AS the ringgit trades with a 4 handle to the US dollar, its spectacular depreciation over the years, in particular since July 2015 is a classic case of ignoring the basics.


1MDB confident of meeting debt service obligations

KUALA LUMPUR: 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) is confident of continuing to meet its debt service obligations with the successful implementation of its ongoing rationalisation plan.


A tough sell: Insurance against a China financial crisis

SINGAPORE: Selling insurance against a financial crisis should not be difficult, five years after the last one nearly wrecked the global economy.


Listed companies encouraged to use eDividend

KUALA LUMPUR: All public listed companies (Plcs) which announce a book-closing date for cash dividends on or after Sept 1, will be required to credit such payments directly to shareholders' bank accounts under the eDividend initiative by Bursa Malaysia Bhd.


US money fund assets rise to US$2.822 trillion

NEW YORK: Total money market mutual fund assets rose by US$3.53 billion to $2.822 trillion for the week, the Investment Company Institute said Thursday.


Nervous Americans want easy access to their cash

NEW YORK: Americans want to be close to their cash. People are bailing out of bank certificates of deposit and parking their cash in checking and savings accounts that earn little or no interest but also don't exact penalties for early withdrawal.


SEC reining in receiver in Stanford US$7bil Ponzi case

DALLAS: A federal judge ruled Friday that a court-appointed receiver who took over companies run by Texas billionaire R. Allen Stanford can recover only the interest - not the principal - on investments that federal prosecutors say fed a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme.