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THE ringgit has been through a tumultuous ride since Bank Negara decided to act against the non-deliverable forward (NDF) market in December last year.
KUALA LUMPUR: The reflation trade is carving out refuges in some curious places, case in point: emerging Asian debt.
At JPMorgan Chase & Co, a learning machine is parsing financial deals that once kept legal teams busy for thousands of hours.
Toshiba Corp will detail a writedown of close to US$6bil (RM26.69bil) after bruising cost overruns at its US nuclear arm, turning investor attention to the Japanese group's efforts to fix that and other balance sheet headaches.
LONDON (Reuters) - Should France ditch the single currency under a president Le Pen, redenominating nearly 2 trillion euros of government bonds in "new francs" could be legally straightforward, but hundreds of billions of corporate debt would be left in limbo.
LONDON: London Stock Exchange Group Plc agreed to sell its French clearing unit to Euronext NV for 510 million euros (US$533mil) in cash, putting it on course to end a 13-year combination that the company hopes will pacify competition watchdogs.
JAKARTA: Indonesia has penalised JPMorgan Chase & Co after the investment bank's research arm recommended a smaller exposure to the country's sovereign bonds, a senior finance ministry official said on Tuesday.
TOKYO: A looming writedown at Japanese conglomerate Toshiba Corp <6502.T> has wiped almost $5 billion off its value in two days and prompted a credit rating downgrade on Wednesday, as the company grapples to plug a potential multi-billion dollar hole.
HONG KONG: Singapore’s commodities-related defaults could turn out to be the canary in the mine.