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NEW YORK: Global equity markets surged and the dollar fell from two-month highs on Monday as investors moved into beaten-down sectors such as banks and travel on the heels of last week's sharp sell-off.
NEW YORK: Asian stocks were set to open higher on Friday as a late Wall Street rally supported global sentiment although weak U.S. data and uncertainty about a stimulus package in Washington have kept a lid on confidence.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI entered the lunch break in positive territory after spending the early morning session in the red as investors approached recent political developments with caution.
NEW YORK: The U.S. dollar continued to rise on Tuesday after hawkish remarks from a Federal Reserve speaker, while stocks ended higher with a boost from Amazon even as curbs to control the spread of COVID-19 raised the fear of a second wave of lockdowns.
NEW YORK: Stocks across the world hit their lowest in seven weeks and other risk assets also sold off on Monday on concerns over renewed lockdown measures in Europe and Britain, as well as the United States' inability to agree on fiscal stimulus that would support millions of unemployed.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) recorded a gross investment income of RM15.12bil in the second quarter ended 30 June 2020
KUALA LUMPUR: Public Mutual launched PB Vietnam Global 40 Fund (PBVG40F) on Friday which would enable investors tap into long-term growth opportunities in the country and also globally.
NEW YORK:Global equities treaded water and U.S. government bonds edged higher on Friday as investors weighed better-than-expected corporate earnings and increased M&A activity in Europe against political concerns ranging from the U.S. elections to Brexit.
NEW YORK: Global equity benchmarks slipped and U.S. government bonds rallied on Thursday as a rebound in U.S. technology stocks stalled after the European Central Bank left its stimulus program unchanged and a stimulus bill failed in the U.S. Senate
NEW YORK: Asian markets are expected to swing higher on Thursday, after U.S. stocks reversed course from a three-day losing streak that led the technology-heavy Nasdaq into correction territory.