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FRANKFURT: The economic fallout from the coronavirus has battered a sector that never recovered from the global financial crisis more than a decade ago. The focus for the rest of the year is on how banks can handle looming loan losses, whether any will be able to pay dividends, and possible further regulatory relief.
The local bourse has already reached full valuation, but huge liquidity will help cushion downside
THE dollar appreciated by 0.10% to 97.40, benefiting from safe-haven flows following rising concerns about a rise in new coronavirus cases; and geopolitical risks – clashes along the India-China border, as well as fresh provocations by North Korea – blowing up a liaison office building it operates with South Korea.
AS a country that has faced budget deficits for over two decades amid efforts to turn surplus, Malaysia has consistently relied on borrowings to finance its revenue shortfalls.
WASHINGTON: Asian stocks were set for gains on Friday although trade was likely to be choppy after a mixed Wall Street session with investor focus swinging between concerns about a second pandemic wave and more upbeat hopes about an economic recovery.
NEW YORK/LONDON: Global stock markets meandered on Thursday as a continued rise in coronavirus cases dashed hopes of a swift recovery from the pandemic-induced economic slump and drove demand for safe-haven currencies such as the dollar and Japanese yen.
NEW YORK CITY: As the world braces for a second wave of infections from the coronavirus, stocks are priced for a booming global economy, bonds point to a protracted downturn and currency volatility is rising.
PETALING JAYA: Neighbours had always been wary about the goings-on inside the big fancy house at the end of the street and their suspicions were confirmed when they saw police raid the place.
HONG KONG: The yuan firmed on Thursday, despite a weaker guidance rate and a steady U.S. dollar, as China's top policymakers vowed to keep cash abundant in financial markets and further support growth.
Fazil Irwan Som, executive director of the International Strategy Institute, says that Asean is still far from its target as non-tariff barriers hinder intra-regional trade and international investors face difficulties treating the region as a single market.