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Tokyo stocks end lower Wednesday, US$ down against yen

Tokyo stocks plunged Wednesday as investors took profits from recent gains in banks, domestic-demand stocks as well as technology blue chips. The U.S. dollar was down against the Japanese yen.


Stocks slip on profit outlook

US stocks fell on Friday on disappointing profit news although two stock indexes eked out gains for the week, while Treasury bonds rose as investors were lured by attractive yields.


KL market pulls back after 7-day winning streak

THE KL stock market pulled back from a seven-day rally yesterday in what analysts described as overbought conditions, sending the benchmark Composite Index (CI) down 1.15% to 782.


US stocks flat for day, up for week

Stocks ended flat on Friday as many traders took the day off, and those who were at work sifted through the first few quarterly earnings scorecards for fresh clues to corporate America's health while looking ahead to next week's full flood of company reports.


Laggard KLSE presents investors opportunities

DESPITE the heightened activity on the KLSE of late, the local bourse is still lagging when compared against regional markets in terms of gains since early this year. But this is cause for optimism.


Stocks rise with growth in jobs

Stocks surged on Friday, racking up a third straight day of gains, after a report showing US employers added jobs for the first time in eight months boosted investors' expectations for an economic rebound.


Asian bourses the big winners

GLOBAL equity markets have fared well so far this year, with Asian bourses being the major winners, thanks to the influx of foreign investment to the region.


Market ends third quarter on positive note

THE local stock market has ended the third quarter on a positive note, closing 6% higher yesterday in active trade and raising hopes the next three months would see the KLSE Composite Index (CI) rising to around the 800-point level.


Stocks end at one-month low

US stocks sank to their lowest levels in about a month on Friday as investors braced for the corporate earnings season to gear up in October and a mixed bag of economic data tempered optimism about the strength of the economic recovery.

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Dow Jones ruled to pay Chinese calligrapher

A BEIJING court on Monday ruled that Dow Jones must pay 405,684 yuan (RM186,000) in compensation to a Chinese calligrapher for copyright infringement.