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#8220;HISTORY often repeats itself#8221; and that's precisely what market pundits are hoping for this time around.
The latest snapshot of US consumers has shown that confidence was near decade lows even before the grim realities of war in Iraq invaded TV screens, and that pervasive worries about jobs could stifle any relief rally once the conflict is over.
STOCK markets in Asia continued to sober up yesterday to the growing possibility that the war in Iraq would be more drawn out than initially anticipated.
DESPITE the biggest weekly gains seen on Wall Street in 20 years, Asian stock markets mostly failed to play catch-up and instead ended broadly lower yesterday, jolted by news of reverses suffered by US-led forces and rising coalition casualties in Iraq.
MANY China observers have been warning of the red tide #150; not communism as feared decades ago #150; but fervent capitalism that is not slowly, but quickly and inexorably threatening to overwhelm South-East Asian nations that fail to react in time.
Stocks rallied strongly on Friday, lifting the blue-chip Dow to its best week in more than 20 years as investors found hope for a swift end to the Iraq war in a firestorm of missiles and bombs raining on Baghdad.
AT a glance, it's hard to imagine why UDA Holdings Bhd is one of the most under-rated listed property companies in the country.
THE start of the US-led military attack on Iraq has not prompted investors to flock to gold #8211; a traditional safe haven during wartime.