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REVIEW: A critical theme has popped up over the investment landscape in the early days of 2019: the US economy is tracking Asia, and it is slowing down.
REVIEW: Window-dressing activities aside, the strong performance of equities in the latter half of the week serves to illustrate that the economy remains resilient despite the broadly negative sentiment plaguing the markets.
Review: Lingering hopes that the US Federal Reserve would cancel or delay an interest rate hike at its final monetary policy meeting of the year evaporated on Wednesday as the central bank proceeded to raise it by 0.25% to 2.25%-2.5%.
REVIEW: The 1,680-point support on the FBM KLCI, already shaky over previous weeks as a litany of negatives piled up on gobal equities, finally gave way on Monday.
REVIEW: The trade truce between the US and China brokered at the G20 summit last Saturday was initially seen to exceed expectations, although it wasn’t long before it dawned on investors that the policy delay amounted to very little.
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REVIEW: While the US Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales showed the US economy remained on a roll, offering a slight lift to global equities, there was a difficult week lying ahead for Bursa Malaysia.
REVIEW:The spectre of dimishing growth on the global scene has only been reinforced by the recent selling pressure seen in oil prices.
REVIEW: The change of landscape – economic in Malaysia and political in the US – has kept investors on their toes in recent days, with guesses and rumours over how the upheaval will play out before the dirt settles.
REVIEW: Wednesday’s surge on Bursa Malaysia, two days ahead of Budget 2019 came as a welcome return to optimism in a week where trading was noticeably muted as more cautious investors sat by the sidelines.