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THE acronym PEP often refers to Politically Exposed Person and those in the financial market or those in compliance or risk management would know that when dealing with a PEP, extra precautions are needed before entering into any form of transactions or dealings. A PEP has a higher risk factor when it comes to corruption or bribery. However, this week’s column is not about PEP in that sense, but in a different form.
THE dollar continued to decline for the second consecutive week, down 0.25% w/w to 93.61, underpinned by persistent upbeat sentiment in global markets, supporting investors’ risk appetite as investors continue to bet on some form of fiscal aid emerging ahead of the US elections.
REVIEW: When America sneezes, the world catches a cold. The expression seemed especially apt for the week’s turbulent trading action as investor sentiment hinged on the health and whims of the US president ahead of the country’s elections.
TOKYO: Asian shares inched towards 2-1/2-year highs on Friday as revived hopes for a U.S. stimulus deal eclipsed weaker-than-expected jobs data, while mainland Chinese markets jumped after a week-long holiday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI pared its losses over the early session to end nearly flat as most major markets moved higher on news of further stimulus measures in the US.
NEW YORK: Wall Street advanced and crude prices surged on Thursday as reports continued to surface of new developments in pandemic relief negotiations in Washington.
Top Glove ups compensationTOP Glove Corp Bhd said on Tuesday that it will pay RM136mil in remediation fees to its migrant workers, more than double the amount the company had estimated in August.
MELBOURNE/SINGAPORE: Oil prices rose on Thursday as oil workers evacuated rigs in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico ahead of Hurricane Delta, though fuel demand concerns persisted on fading chances for a U.S. economic stimulus deal and after a build in U.S. crude inventories.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI erased about half the losses it made in the previous session as it bounced higher on bargain-hunting activities.
BLOOMBERG News is checking the facts as Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris have their one and only debate.