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PETALING JAYA: With the country’s fiscal deficit being further hammered from the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and falling global crude oil prices, higher issuance of between RM130bil and RM150bil of government bonds is anticipated for the year.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign-fund selling on Bursa Malaysia tapered to RM631.9mil in the week ended March 27, slowing down from the net selling of RM1.79bil week earlier, according to MIDF Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign funds outflow slowed down to RM1.79bil net of local equities last week, marking the fifth straight week of foreign net selling activities, according to MIDF Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia is expected to continue its volatile trading mode with a downside bias next week, as political uncertainty persists in the local landscape.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg) -- Southeast Asian equity markets, already suffering from foreign outflows, are now at the brink of witnessing bear markets for some of its members as the coronavirus-induced sell-off continues.
KUALA LUMPUR: The local bond market ended 2019 on a positive footing compared to the preceding year with Malaysian Government Securities (MGS) yields falling to multi-year lows while foreign holdings of local bonds climbed to the highest level since 2012.
IT is not too far fetched to say that the local bourse is rather fixated with the flow of foreign fund net outflows and that has actually been one of the key reasons for the market’s underperformance this year mainly due to missed earnings expectations as well as rich valuations.
Tide turns against top-ranked Asian currency as growth slows
SINGAPORE: The Thai baht’s heady gains are petering out, thanks to slowing growth and a central bank that’s bent on taming the currency’s strength.After clocking an 8% rise this year, Asia’s best-performing currency is losing momentum as easing US-China trade tensions damp its appeal as a haven.